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Thank-you Allen Z for that valuable info,our experiences seem similar,my PSA moved up from .25 and is now .32 today,and it's only 5 months since my Prostectomy Surgery,still waiting on a Pet-Scan and hoping that shows it's contained to the Prostrate Bed and not spread any further.That Hormone Therapy scares the daylights outta me.Thanks for taking the time to reply.means A LOT
Where do you sit at this point in time with the treatment?
Have you done Radiation and Hormonal? I am with you on the side effects of the Hormonal, not that the Radiation Thropy makes me happy either.
Is your PSA still .32 as of 10/14/19 or what was your progression and treatment?
I'm facing similar decisions after 7 years and the roller coaster is a bummer.