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Re: prostae cancer

I haven't heard of anyone in our support group (probably over 300 people in the last 10 years) mention speech impairment as a problem with the hormone treatment but every drug seems to have a strange side effect for someone.

Since you have disagreement with your doctors and you feel it is causing a problem then I would try discontinuing it if I was in your situation.

You did not give us your PSA history which would be helpful to anyone else that wants to reply.

Re: prostae cancer

I have only had my 1st 90 day Lupron shot and I am noticing the same thing but it does not happen very often. I also have tolerable hot flashes and feel spaced out while in some general conversations. I am 55 years old.

Re: prostae cancer

My PSA was between 2 and 3 for the last couple of years. It jumped to 5.4 in Dec 2014.After my first Lupron shot in July 2015 it dropped to undetectable and has been undetectable for the last 2 years ending in July 2017. I had my last Lupron shot in July 2017