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... I have had a BCR twice after removal, both times a uPSA caught the raise a lot earlier than treatment was started. In the first it jump all the way to 0.4 before anyone suspected it too! The first was treated with ADT and SRT to include the spot the tumor was causing the raise in psa. ... (22 replies)
... I don't feel paralyzed. My PSA is at 0. ... (13 replies)
... Good Morning...we went to URO for what we thought was a low testosterone level..per primary care Dr. Suggestion...after blood test ..test came back the psa went up from 1.6 to 3.62 in four months but testosterone level was fine.. No symptoms but occasional E.D. ... (7 replies)

... My case in point, psa raise from base of 1.5 for years to 2.0 then 2.4 in six months was call for alarm for URO but insurance refused to Biopsy till 4.0 I offerd to pay out of pocket to get it done. ... (22 replies)
... I'm a 65 years old, caucasian and my BMI is about 23.5. There's no PCa history in my family as far back as I can tell. ... (33 replies)
... or all the feedback and information. Prostate density is something I hadn't been considering. If my prostate is still over 60 cc, then the density calculation is in my favor at .08. ... (33 replies)
... I'm actually pretty chill right now. In fact, today is 2 months to the day of my surgery. ... (30 replies)
... PSA can jump from benign enlargement, inflammation, or infection. It can easily go above 10 from any of those issues. ... (24 replies)
... My husband went to GP as usual and receive Ed psa of 1.6 in Oct 2019..He recommend a urologist due to his slightly low testosterone.He is 57. With 4 months..last week and blood test revealed psa at 3.62... ... (24 replies)
... can all raise the PSA score. ... (24 replies)
... Went on Thursday for swap. Asked all questions regarding Dr. Percentage of sepsis .. He has had zero..swap taken and sent in for what type antibiotics will be used prior on and after biopsy. ... (24 replies)
... essive cancers. They can be successfully treated, especially when diagnosed early. It's thought that prostate cancer is, like those old movie spectaculars "years in the making." Just as important as the nature of the cancer is whether it is presently confined to the prostate. ... (24 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)
... Good Morning or Evening. I am awake at 215a.m. just a couple of questions... Your MRI indicated cancer in the prostrate? ... (25 replies)
... PSA 8.0, free psa 0.57 7. ... (9 replies)
... A nodule (at the prostate apex) on DRE (along with a larger than expected PSA jump) triggered my last biopsy, which found two G9 and G10 lesions (one at, and one near, the prostate base). I mentioned to my uro at my last visit that the biopsy did not find cancer in any of the (extra) cores taken at the nodule and I asked if it was possible that no core hit the nodule? He said... (16 replies)
... I made it perfectly clear in the above posting that I would NEVER tell anyone NOT to get a biopsy. ... (25 replies)
... Clearly it is time for Bx and you are already scheduled in 10 days. Good job! ... (16 replies)
... As my radiologist stated in my initial visit" There are MD's out there that will tell you can do nothing but looking at your lab report if you make that choice the PCa will Kill You. ... (8 replies)
... The MRI was looking for Cancer OUTSIDE the prostate. It also provided my UR with information about my prostate volume. (25 replies)


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