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... s appointment. My PSA rose from .26 on June 3 to . ... (11 replies)
... As daff said, there are good options, and I can add a few. I'll do that in a separate post later today I hope, as this post is mostly about the Freedland tables for your case and I don't want it to be too long. ... (16 replies)
... age 52. My PSA level has been undetectale so no radiation. A man I work with had surgery with 35 radiation treatments as he was still showing a small psa level post surgery. ... (3 replies)

... CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU BOTH ON THAT WONDERFUL PSA RESULT! ... (5 replies)
... nothing. He just went for a regular check up at the VA. My husband had 9 weeks of radiation and got the Viadur 1 year hormone implant. He got his 2nd Viadur implant in Dec 06. Between the radiation and implant his PSA has been reduced to . ... (2 replies)
... of yesterday after checking from your original post last year. I'm thinking Allen may have the best hunch as to what is happening. Hopefully your husband is seeing just a bounce. ... (27 replies)
... a PSA of 12. ... (2 replies)
... We've both been thinking about the decreasing PSA even while bone lesions were forming. ... (3 replies)
... In general, I see your point, but 04chris's PSA is now hovering around 8, which is well past the point when salvage RT is ideal for a recurrence. ... (20 replies)
... based view of that. A paper was just published that gives further support to the idea that early salvage radiation is wise for cases with risk factors such as yours, so having radiation shortly after you are judged sufficiently healed would seem to be the best course. ... (1 replies)
... Hi JB’s Son I am not surprised for the doctor’s attitude in leaving you “empty hands”:confused:. For them you are just another PCa patient. They do not like to be “teachers” but they do answer questions. It is your job to know about your problem (and the questions) by educating yourself otherwise you must follow what the doctor suggests without contesting it. I recommend... (8 replies)
Psa jump
Apr 17, 2010
... Any time your psa changes like yours did, it should be a source of concern. Your oncologist must be aware of the sudden rise from .1 to . ... (2 replies)
Worried in ny
Oct 14, 2009
... WHOOPS. JUST SAW YOUR EARLIER POST WITH THE DETAIL. ... (5 replies)
... He had radiation therapy 6 years ago, in that his testical were removed not prostate . ... (11 replies)
... Hi daff, I'm interspersing some comments in green in an excerpt of your post. Jim That's good to read. Looks promising! :) Take care, (5 replies)
... y the same with surgery, seeds, IMRT radiation, and Proton Beam . As Daff pointed out some of the data is hard to compare because of improvements in both photon radiation and proton beam radiation. ... (10 replies)
... Those PSA levels would suggest failure after an RP, but radiation and cryo are different. ... (5 replies)
Post surgery PSA
Nov 15, 2007
... I only recently found this board. I've been looking back and saw your post today. I thought you would like to read another viewpoint in favor of the ultrasenstive tests. ... (12 replies)
... a short PSA doubling time of under 10 months suggests higher chance of metastases, while a slower rising PSA is more indicative of local recurrence. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks, CalGuy. The doctor told my dad that he should take another PSA test again in two months to see if it fluctuates. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: asymptomatic, bone mets, iadt, low psa, prostate-specific antigen (psa)

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