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... I'm adding a postscript to my response to your first post regarding the "bad outcome" you have learned about when the PSA rises more than 2.0 in the year before diagnosis. ... (17 replies)
... his hospital PSA sensitivity is .05. ... (1 replies)
... the result was a PSA doubling every 11.5 months, which is pretty good, especially when you had no sign of a recurrence until the five year point. ... (5 replies)

... up radiation are significantly better when done when the PSA is low, especially below 0.5. ... (3 replies)
... First of all, you will be referred soon to at least a radiation oncologist. In fact, you would be wise to immediately seek a good medical oncologist to replace your urologist. ... (8 replies)
... The head to head comparisons of "cure" rates between surgery and radiation are difficult to interpret. With surgery you have the pathology of the prostate specimen and lymph nodes... ... (28 replies)
... I would be concerned with your PSA reading. Did you get a post RP pathology report and confirm your Gleason. It is a more accurate representation of the Gleason. Unfortunately in my case it was upgraded to a 9. ... (14 replies)
... New to the forum, but your post rang a bell.... ... (4 replies)
... The 7 months following treatment my PSA has been constant. The radiation oncologist said he would have liked to seen the PSA lower after treatment. He also said that it is good that it is constant and not changing. ... (1 replies)
... reading your posts, I realized that the .6 PSA two weeks after the radiation was just the aftereffect of the hormone therapy. ... (27 replies)
... I'll insert some thoughts about your latest post in green, and I hope they will provide some reassurance. ... (8 replies)
... Nine Decisions Before Electing RADIATION THERAPY After Radical Prostatectomy. It was written this year and summarized several studies on the subject. ... (5 replies)
... risk, are often of no value and new guidelines are that they should not be done routinely, but your father's PSA and biopsy results are a sound basis for doing the scans. ... (27 replies)
... Thanks, Jerome. Your experience sounds very similar to my husband's. Prior to surgery his PSA was 8.17 with gleason 8. ... (4 replies)
... vitamins, and lycopene. And now are you saying that if he might end up getting radiation therapy that he shouldn't be taking them now? ... (31 replies)
... Hi again Hanu, I'll insert some comments in your earlier update (of 9/18) in green. You're welcome. Take care, Jim :wave: (11 replies)
... My PSA before surgery was 13. ... (6 replies)
... I'm just learning about interfering antibodies that distort PSA results. They seem to exist but be extremely rare. ... (11 replies)
... In brief for anyone not familiar with my case, I was diagnosed in 1999 following my first ever PSA of 113. ... (9 replies)
... t have PC. You simply have a PSA of 4.4...maybe there is more than what you have written, but I would be only guessing... ... (4 replies)


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