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... other factors are favorable. Another factor is only one or two biopsy cores positive, or a low percentage positive if many cores are taken. One book suggests the PSA density should not exceed .1. Not all the studies use all these factors, and some use additional factors. ... (30 replies)
... Hi Bob, You wrote: That looks like a great approach to me. However, it is sometimes quite difficult to find the specific antibiotic that will knock out an infection - very much trial and error, hopefully trial and early success for you. Take care and good luck, Jim :wave: (24 replies)
... for a while. retest PSA late July. ... (24 replies)

Doctors?
Sep 25, 2005
... s of any problem until last dec on his regular exam his psa came back 6.7. No panic pmd said we'll repeat the test and this time it came back 7.9. still no panic he said go to your urologist. ... (10 replies)
Doctors?
Sep 25, 2005
... s of any problem until last dec on his regular exam his psa came back 6.7. No panic pmd said we'll repeat the test and this time it came back 7.9. still no panic he said go to your urologist. ... (10 replies)
Doctors?
Sep 25, 2005
... s of any problem until last dec on his regular exam his psa came back 6.7. No panic pmd said we'll repeat the test and this time it came back 7.9. still no panic he said go to your urologist. ... (10 replies)
"You Have Cancer"
Jan 26, 2020
... Welcome, Mike. Most of us here know the shock you had. Your attitude of one step at a time will serve you very well! ... (24 replies)
... for your PSA result, again, in perfect conditions. The results for the 0.20 sample ranged from 0.194 to 0.203.For reasons you can read about in the paper, the S.D. ... (33 replies)
... SAP stands for Atypical Small Acinar Proliferation. ASAP diagnosis is usually related to cells that do not classify to benign neither malignant but to a probably of both. ... (4 replies)
Newly Diagnosed
Jun 25, 2010
... I just turned 50 and I've always been in excellent health and physical condition. During a routine physical, my first ever PSA came back at 3.5 and then 2.8 from the same blood sample. ... (35 replies)
Nearing 2nd biopsy
Sep 21, 2009
... about the likelihood of PC. I have not yet asked about PIN or any uncertainty in the reading, or actually seen the biopsy report. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks for asking about my situation, and thanks for your kind words. I am doing fine on my third full therapy round of triple hormonal blockade. My PSA continues to drop steadily and was at .28 a month ago, down from 9. ... (11 replies)
... Undetectable!!!! What A Relief After Almost 3 Months Of Anxiety Awaiting This Outcome!! He Is Doing Excellent. No Incontinence Whatsoever And Getting Some Semi Erections On His Own. ... (9 replies)
... This was the news we had been waiting for, and by now I have spent hours studying the slides for the talk presented by Dendreon and listening to a replay of a conference call after the presentation at the AUA about the trial. ... (13 replies)
... s like a great plan for you. How great would it be if you can go through your youngish years as well as your older ones without having to suffer the side effects of treatment. ... (20 replies)
... Thanks to all of you that posted info. which was both informative and encouraging. Well I had my biopsy completed the day before Thanksgiving...the Urologist does 18 core biopsy. ... (12 replies)
... ONCE AGAIN, GREAT NEWS!! MY HUSBAND HAD HIS 2ND REPEAT PSA TESTING SINCE ROBOTIC SURGERY ON AUGUST 24TH. IT CAME BACK LESS THAN .01, WHICH THE DOCTOR STATES IS UNDETECTABLE. ... (12 replies)
In complete shock
Jun 25, 2012
... He says that the surgery left behind about half of the gland, some 14cc. The part with the cancer is still in. ... (35 replies)
... if it is done in the same laboratory that you have doubts of their analysis. ... (3 replies)
... crushed" when the biopsy needle meets the tissue at an unfortunately unfavorable angle, as I understand it, and not usable. If it happens to just one or two out of many cores taken, that may be okay, but it could warrant a repeat biopsy if crushed cores create too much uncertainty. ... (2 replies)




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