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... Good Morning or Evening. I am awake at 215a.m. just a couple of questions... Your MRI indicated cancer in the prostrate? ... (25 replies)
... l not know if it could have been prevented or mitigated by diagnosing your PCa and starting your treatment four years earlier. Early diagnosis is the biggest gun in the arsenal against serious PCa. ... (25 replies)
... but there is some action your uncle can take now on his own that may help against prostate cancer IF that is what he has. ... (14 replies)

... You are certainly getting more than your money's worth of anxiety. I'll insert some thoughts in green. ... (17 replies)
... J Natl Cancer Inst. ... (14 replies)
... Your PSA records are helpful. ... (15 replies)
PSA rise
Nov 13, 2007
... read Able5 and daff's replies, but I would like to offer a different view, though what they said certainly has a good sound basis. That increase from .8 to 3.9 in about a year, assuming the 3.9 is valid, is a concern. In fact a rise of more than 2. ... (9 replies)
... alf a year from the time I started discussing triple blockade and bone density attention until I found a doctor who would help me with those issues. I'll respond in green to your immediately preceding post. ... (11 replies)
... A rise in his PSA could be caused by a number of things. ... (7 replies)
... Goody , as Able pointed out the Biopsy is only the next step in the chain tests you need to do, i had my PSA taken back in 2005 and moving from 3.5 to 5.4 and then to 8. ... (14 replies)
... ded having the biopsy done based on reading about the experiences from others, but the biopsy was relatively uneventful with 6 samples taken. Definitely no walk in the park, but easier than a tooth extraction. Still, I slept for a few hours afterwards and it could have been the nerves, too. ... (29 replies)
... risk cases for men your age, and from the details re PSA and DRE that you have so far, you appear to be in that category. ... (34 replies)
... o the quotations you used around my comments, I can present excerpts from your post, adding green to the quoted parts from my earlier responses, and respond here in blue. Hopefully this will not be too cumbersome. ... (8 replies)
... Hoping someone can help me out with some questions regarding free PSA and the biopsy decision. It appears to me that free PSA typically increases as you get older. ... (1 replies)
Help me please.
Mar 17, 2009
... ression that medical science is currently doing better with treatment...and getting better every month...than just a few years ago. I think doctors made a nice jump in diagnosis about 20 years ago. Before that... ... (6 replies)
... I remember in early May 2007 when my PSA results were called into my home. I had decided to redo all of my blood tests due to my improved exercise program and better eating habits. ... (3 replies)
... Prostate cancer decision making is tough for many of us, and with some complicating features in your case, your decision was going to be even harder than average. ... (31 replies)
... There is great hope even for well advanced and metastatic prostate cancer patients today, though it is far from a cake walk and such patients may not survive the disease. But not surviving does not rule out enjoying good years. ... (8 replies)
... came in at 4.5. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry to hear from you under these circumstances. I'll give you my PC tale and you can add it to what you've learned. My first PSA 10 years ago came in at 4.5. ... (34 replies)




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