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... in green where you might be helped by other thoughts or for emphasis of what he said. ... (70 replies)
... daff and Kemahsabe gave some good advice, and I would like to emphasize that surgery is not the only or even necessarily the best option. ... (34 replies)
... I'm 61, I had a nasty birthday surprise of a PSA of 8.0 last May. I went for a biopsy in Aug. ... (15 replies)

... PC back at the end of Oct. He will be 69 next week. ... (8 replies)
... just a memory of some good help. ... (17 replies)
... and not prostate cancer. Getting yet another PSA seems like sound advice. Your baseline PSA of 2. ... (8 replies)
... I hadn't noticed this post when I replied to your later post, so I'll add a few thoughts in green. Allen already covered some key points, and the two of us who responded to your later post covered some other points. ... (2 replies)
... t have the knowledge or detailed thought patterns to give advice in payback for all the knowledge I gained on this site. Therefore my thanks is an update of my situation. ... (14 replies)
... I'm 48 with no family history of PC. ... (6 replies)
... I have not had the typical rapid drop. In fact after 14 months my PSA has only dropped from 6.5 to 4. ... (5 replies)
... This has been a difficult time for you. Thinking clearly would be difficult for anyone who has undergone such changes in so short a period. Nonetheless, your appearance here is a sign of good thinking. Well done. ... (15 replies)
... I've got a hunch you've faced a lot worse things than prostate cancer during your 74 years, but it's still not pleasant to learn you have the disease. I've got a soft spot for the Marines, though I've got to admit I was in that other service. ... (30 replies)
... I appreciate your post above. I did my investigation at NCCN as you advised and got an insight of their recommendations for cases like mine. Surely the guidelines confirm HT as my next treatment. ... (15 replies)
... I went to two Urologist. My testicles were hurting very badly and a lump in the veins above the testicles.for several weeks. He claimed it wasn't an infection, but something called Spermacole. ... (8 replies)
... PC back at the end of Oct. He will be 69 next week. ... (8 replies)
... s MRI seems to have some of the characteristics of a mpMRI, though obviously at the lower resolution 1.5T than the higher 3T. ... (44 replies)
... Actually, your experience so far reminds me a lot of what my wife and I went through back in December 1999, following a routine physical where the PSA result I got only at my insistance was 113.6. ... (7 replies)
... diagnosed with low risk prostate cancer that also have certain other favorable case characteristics may be able to take an "Active Surveillance" approach. This is a much more effective approach than simple "watchful waiting" to see if you will get clobbered by prostate cancer. ... (30 replies)
PSA Level
Aug 4, 2008
... My husbands levels fluctuated between 2.7 up to 4.7 over a period of around 2 years. On two occasions when he went for his yearly exam there was a trace of blood in his urinalysis but when they retested his urine it always came back normal with no trace of blood. It was not blood that he could see of course. ... (20 replies)
... I think you raise some interesting points about research and statistics. Having been in research myself, I am perhaps qualified to address some of your concerns. ... (17 replies)

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