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Psa
Oct 4, 2010
... agonist drugs, such as Zoladex. This is an area still being studied and debated. ... (2 replies)
... D This is an especially important milestone, as the experts in hormonal therapy I've been following for the past decade have used the ability to get the PSA below 0. ... (10 replies)
... Wow, what a roller coaster ride you have been on! ... (5 replies)

... primary hormonal blockade therapy, with "primary" meaning that it is used as the sole therapy, at least until it fails or the patient elects another option. It's the class of therapy your wife is asking about. ... (31 replies)
... I did the four weeks of antibiotics in case of infection. PSA did not come down. I did the biopsy, negative. Yet my PSA stays around 4.5 to 5 for about a year now. ... (0 replies)
... Those PSA values look pretty stable over 10 months, though elevated of course, and up from that fairly reassuring 2.6 level three years ago. ... (8 replies)
... Regarding the MRI concerns you have in the first paragraph, I do think a 1.5 T conventional MRI could miss cancer that has spread. In general, such MRI is not a great tool for that but is more used for the prostate itself, as I understand it. ... (44 replies)
... parameteric MRI is available anywhere close to where my father lives. ... (44 replies)
... You have all the reasons to be optimistic. Your PSA is not that high, and you have not been diagnosed with cancer yet. You need to find firstly the cause of that steady increase of PSA. ... (7 replies)
... PM a couple of days ago. ... (11 replies)
... The reason I am posting is that for the last 6 weeks I have been reading this site and have gained a great deal from it. ... (14 replies)
... That's a fine result at this point, especially considering my starting point, but it is 0. ... (6 replies)
... I'm glad you know about Dr. King's study and that the doctor you are considering for CK SBRT has a connection with Stanford. I'll insert some comments in green. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Bob, Welcome to the board! :wave: (Your numbers make me envious!) I'll put some comments in green. Take care and good luck, (9 replies)
... I would like to welcome you to this board, though of course it's not a board any of us would like to have to know about. ... (3 replies)
... It's a fine board though none of us are glad we had a reason to join. Like you, I have a challenging case, though I was delighted when no detectable metastases were found on the bone, CT and ProstaScint scans. ... (2 replies)
... If you don't care for the DRE, you will care for this even less, as it involves a longer DRE of about a minute, with the idea that a mild massage causes some cells to be shed into urine, which is collected shortly after the DRE. ... (10 replies)
... Here are some facts to keep in mind and tactics you could try to figure out what is happening. ... (36 replies)
... Both PSAs of 3.5 and 4.5 are high and you should check for the reason. ... (1 replies)
... D These details are actually very good news, a key change on the positive biopsy core count, but a lingering question about the stage. The significance is that it's looking more like active surveillance deserves a lot of attention in your thinking about options, based on what you know at the moment. ... (18 replies)


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