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... Sorry to bother you again! I have a question about my father's persistent penis pain. ... (44 replies)
... Well after a most enjoyable trip to the Western Caribbean with 2 weeks of R and R under the palm trees and sun, it is back to prostate reality. ... (36 replies)
... You're welcome, and I admire your perseverance and success in getting on triple blockade and reaching the point where you can take a vacation. It's well earned! ... (5 replies)

... None of us did. ... (3 replies)
... But I did stay in the radiation family, going with proton beam therapy, because it is very targeted and has potentially fewer side effects than many other alternatives. ... (17 replies)
... PSA of 15 does not necessarily indicate PC. Other factors like inflamation, infection, and enlarged gland can affect PSA. The suggested "free PSA" test is often used. For a PSA number to be meaningful, the gland size needs to be factored in as this will be contributing at least to some extent to the high PSA. ... (5 replies)
... here, for your husband and you, whether to do more now or sit tight for six months. Where you are can be a worrisome place. But for what it is worth, here is my impression. ... (16 replies)
... I hope you are doing well! Thank you again for all of your insightful answers so far!! ... (44 replies)
... my father will be seeing the Urologist on April 2. I have two questions. As you have mentioned in your earlier messages, I am asking you these questions to get a handle on the various outcomes that are possible. ... (44 replies)
... I have not posted for weeks as I have been focused on finding a curative therapy for myself. As my case and current staging information are unusual, I am putting in a lot of research. ... (9 replies)
... I work for a major US IT company and they decided to offer free prostrate screening for all UK employees over 40. My dad had pc in his 50's so I decided to take up the offer. ... (35 replies)
... It's been a few months since my husband John has communicated on this blog. He was diagnosed 9 months ago with advanced prostate cancer stage 4. ... (2 replies)
... I know you would rather not be here, but that applies to all of us, so a hearty welcome anyway! ... (22 replies)
... I feel surgery is the right step. ... (14 replies)
... I am not on the board much but noticed your post. I am a Gleason 9 with PSA 45 pre op in 2005. Roughly 3 years later after 1 year on Lupron, 1 year off and 1 year on the lowest I was able to achieve was . ... (15 replies)
Psa 13.82
Nov 10, 2011
... The fact that your dad was diagnosed with PCa makes you at a higher risk for the disease and so does the same rule apply to your sons, but not all relatives in the same family get PCa. ... (5 replies)
... I thought you would like that abstract! Here are my thoughts and responses to the questions in your just previous post. Of course all of this is from my impressions as a now savvy layman, but with no enrolled medical education at all. ... (14 replies)
... I think Dr Lee is expressing an "urban myth" that has become associated with the Finasteride Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial. ... (17 replies)
... Ah yes, more numbers. I have been "battling" this thing for about a decade having had a total of 68 biopsies done! ... (4 replies)
... In December 2005 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. The urologist game me a pamphlet which spelled out the choices for treatment. ... (3 replies)

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