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Terry, you say "the PSMA will not show the cancer under PET Scan at such a low PSA number now", but actually a PSA of 0.4 is not too early to get a Ga68 PSMA scan. It may not show anything, but is highly like to do so.
With a post surgery PSA rising from 0.1 to 0.4 so quickly, there is something very serious going on. Sitting back is not the way to go. Maybe it is not too early to start ADT treatment (Casodex, Zoladex, etc), and have a GA68 scan and then be prepared for some targeted radiation sooner rather than later.