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Glad you're getting some good PSA numbers there. Keep it up!
I saw my RO earlier this week. He thinks my spike is either a PSA "bounce" or perhaps there's still cancer there. We're going to check the PSA again in a few months and go from there. If it's high again, we may do some image scans.
I spoke with another RO who is an acquaintance, he thinks it's simply a spike and will go back down, but we'll see.