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Ye are right about waiting long period of times like his psa went up in January, it was March before he had DRE and MRI and then took until the end of June beofre he was told it was cancer. It's a pity really as he is a gleason 9 its quiet aggressive. He did have his psa levels done in the past. What the reading was I dont know and my dad is the type not to dwell on the past so I dont think he will query it. He did have a DRE done about 13years ago as psa went up they said at that time all was good and no need to come back. Of course me, my sisters and mom cant help but think it was more than likely missed back then and they should have kept a closer eye on him! But again it's not something that we can ask my dad ad he wont dwell on the pas.
Hi Ang! I too am truly sorry to hear about your husband. I am a few years older than him and in the same club. Unfortunately, I had a high Gleason score so a prostatectomy was recently done on me. I am still suffering from the immediate side affects and awaiting long term gain. As long as your husband has a low Gleason score and the location of the cancer is not bad, he could have the Op plus full nerve sparing. I wish the best for the both of you and know that there will be ups and downs but we are all here in support. P.

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