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Here is an interesting observation.
While I was having my EBRT, and having had ADT for a few months, I found increasing fatigue a real problem.( Still do ! )
So before the drive to the hospital for the R/T, I took a nap in the afternoons.
We have electic storage heaters. About the time I had my nap, the afternoon boost switched on. I actually could feel the electricity surge from the nearby heater in the prostate. A sort of very very mild shock.After R/T finished,this sensitivity diminished.
Have wondered if it was the P.Ca. cells reacting, or the healthy prostate ones.