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Max PSA Level
Aug 12, 2009
... Your high PSA sure takes me back to that late afternoon when I got my own first ever PSA result of 113.6. ... (11 replies)
... it was 113.6, which was a shock as I thought 10 was the top number possible. Odds are high that the GP will turn out to be right, but it isn't open and shut. Infection has been known to drive a PSA to over 200, though it is rare. ... (14 replies)
Oct 4, 2010
... agonist drugs, such as Zoladex. This is an area still being studied and debated. ... (2 replies)

Confused as hell.
Aug 24, 2009
... Welcome to the board, though I join you in regretting that you've had a reason to seek it out. ... (31 replies)
... Welcome to the board. We are a good group even though all of us would rather not have had a need to be here. ... (7 replies)
... My impression as a savvy layman is that the biopsy report, with your other information, leaves all options open to you. ... (57 replies)
PSA rise
Nov 13, 2007
... I have read Able5 and daff's replies, but I would like to offer a different view, though what they said certainly has a good sound basis. That increase from .8 to 3.9 in about a year, assuming the 3.9 is valid, is a concern. In fact a rise of more than 2. ... (9 replies)
... I'm sorry your battle is now more challenging, but you are certainly getting some thoughtful and expert treatment at MD Anderson. ... (2 replies)
... s take a look at what the average ages would be for men in each group in the study at the start, after 3 years, after 5 years, and after 10 years. ... (44 replies)
... running from a low of 54. ... (62 replies)
... Yes I has a similar experience when i was 36 my doctor accidentaly checked the PSA box during blood work and it came back 3.3. ... (3 replies)
... Pay close attention to the number of decimal places in this discussion... ... (4 replies)
... Wow! Great PSA result! ... (10 replies)
... ily background, though I did not know that the cancer that got my paternal grandfather was prostate cancer until after my own diagnosis at age 56 as 1999 drew to a close. ... (1 replies)
... 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)
... My first take was that maybe I have really missed something about the effectiveness of surgery for especially high Gleason score cancers. I was impressed that Dr. ... (62 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)
... 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)
... 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)

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