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One of the things that is of great concern to men who have surgery is the PSA level after surgery. It is expected that there should be an undetectable level of PSA since there is no prostate gland and when all is said and done, although other glands DO produce PSA, this is usually in minute quantities.
However some men find that they have an elevated PSA after surgery although there are no other signs of prostate cancer. If this is of interest to you, you may care to view the excellent thread on the subject in this Forum at Explanation for nondecrease in PSA despite prostatectomy? As it started in October last year, you may miss spotting it if you have chosen to view the Forum in Threaded format.