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Pelvic CT scan and Prostate MRI both showed an enlarged right common iliac lymph node highly likely to be metastatic Pca in my case after my dx of a biochemical relapse,7 years after radiation treatment. I went on ADT (Lucrin) which drastically lowered my Psa and have been on it intermittantly since October, 2015. (Dx was May 2014)
I am still very much alive and plan on being around for many more years to come!
Are you on ADT? Find yourself a good Medical Oncologist preferably who specializes in treating PSA. Don't worry too much,there are plenty of men who are still alive many years after this kind of diagnosis.