This forum is for the discussion of anything to do with Prostate Cancer. There are only four rules:
No fundraisers, no commercials (although it is OK to recommend choices of treatment or medical people based on your personal research; invitations to participate in third-party surveys are also acceptable, provided there is no compensation to YANA);
No harvesting e-mail addresses for Spam;
No insults or flaming - be polite and respectful at all times and understand that there may be a variety of points of view, all of which may have some validity;
Opinions are OK, but please provide as much factual evidence as possible for any assertions that you are making
Failure to abide by these simple rules will result in the immediate and permanent suspension of your posting privileges.
Since this is an International Forum, please specify your location in your post.
One thing, PCa metastases are more related to your Gleason score. Gleason 6 almost never goes metastatic, while 8,9, and 10s often do. If you are one those, the longer you have PCa, the better the chance your cancer will mutate into something more aggressive.
I have been on this road for 9 years now and my first major change came earlier this year. I became castrate resistant, as you know my cancer mutated so the first line ADT drugs were no longer effective.