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... I am one of the responders on the board who has been dealing with a challenging case, in fact dealing with it for nearly nine years, and I'm somewhat familiar with the territory you are describing. ... (3 replies)
... life is good! ... (11 replies)
... You've had some helpful replies already, but I'll add a few points in green to an excerpt of your initial post. I'll be second guessing the doctors, but please be aware that I have had no enrolled medical education. ... (5 replies)

... Wow! Great PSA result! ... (10 replies)
... That's definitely on the high side for a 52 year old, but the fluctuation makes me wonder if a chronic infection is driving the PSA, perhaps with partial contributions from the sources daff asked about. Has your urologist suggested the role of infection? ... (26 replies)
... About three weeks ago, when I exchanged emails with my father's Urologist, he told me that he is still not sure about the cause of my father's penis pain after the cystoscopy, MRI and biopsy. ... (44 replies)
... s MRI seems to have some of the characteristics of a mpMRI, though obviously at the lower resolution 1.5T than the higher 3T. ... (44 replies)
... Most men are able to do that, but it is a favorable sign. ... (5 replies)
... D These details are actually very good news, a key change on the positive biopsy core count, but a lingering question about the stage. The significance is that it's looking more like active surveillance deserves a lot of attention in your thinking about options, based on what you know at the moment. ... (18 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about your Dad. It can be scary when you first hear the word's Prostate Cancer. It is very scary when you have double digit PSA and Gleason 9. I know as they applied to me. I was also told that a hot spot on the bone scan on my coccyx was likely prostate cancer. ... (17 replies)
... That's a fine result at this point, especially considering my starting point, but it is 0. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Wildewoman, (I hope my wife does not see this greeting - she might not understand. ;) I'm inserting some comments in green, and I hope you get some other responses. Jim Take care and good luck, :) (42 replies)
... Various activities can increase your PSA number temporarily, like riding a bicycle, sex or a change in diet. It's an imperfect test that often leads to a false positive. So I wouldn't worry too much. Don't be too quick to get a biopsy. I don't think your number is high enough for that anyway. ... (3 replies)
... PSA testing can raise a "red flag" for you to look into what's going on, but it is not "specific" to prostate cancer... ... (12 replies)
... a sentiment we all share, but we're a good group! ... (10 replies)
... This is my first post to this board and would greatly appreciate some thoughts on my situation. I am 61 years old but look and feel 20 years younger. ... (5 replies)
... there really are no such requirements to be a board member. ... (17 replies)
... is often seen as a precursor of PC. ... (9 replies)
If 4.5 psa
Mar 27, 2009
... or to a combination of some of these. You are probably most worried about prostate cancer with that PSA of 4.5, but cancer is not the most likely cause. While such a PSA is in the zone of concern, it is not a very high PSA. ... (1 replies)
Psa numbers
Dec 24, 2008
... is a very good thing in your circumstances! ... (34 replies)

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