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I have looked on your profile and no details there of your treatment journey thus far. Are you on Hormone Treatment and have you had any other treatment such as radiotherapy or prostate removal? Hormone Treatment can cause fatigue so wondering if you are on HT? If so how long have you been on the treatment and how long is it going to continue? I found the best way to deal with this was to keep as active as I could - which I did all the way through my Hormone Treatment and Radiotherapy going to the gym circuit training at least 3 days a week, and going for walks or swimming on the other days. Having said that I often then sat down after lunch and had a nap of about an hour. I was goign through this treatment at 73 - 74 and now at nearly 77 I.
Hello Billy nanoknife didn’t work for me either. My op was March 2018 3+4 =7 on a 9mm tumour contained in gland. Post op PSA rise over next 12 months and then a suspect area turned out to have cancer cells at same grading as before this time 3mm. my nanoknife did not get every cell with some left behind. Now when I go exploring others experiences everyone is pleased for first 6 to 12 months and then reoccurrence. It’s hard to get a clear picture as I’m sure anyone who has a successful experience of nanoknife will just go quiet on this platform and get on with their lives. Im wondering if everyone who gets nanoknife will in-fact have a recurrence. just perhaps this procedure does not work. If this is the case then it is important to get the
I agree Scan first. Having more blood test to see if you PSA is rising would also help. This Prostrate journey we are on is made up of lots of little steps. So one thing at a time. on the biopsy’s if you in the future need to get one do a guided biopsy. it is guided to exactly the suspect area. Try not to worry to much ( easier said than done ) you can take your time to find the best way forward for yourself.
Hello dud, welcome to the community. I’m sorry to read about your situation and stress levels. It’s perfectly normal to be scared, it would be worth telephoning the nurses on Macmillan 0800 808 0000 or on PCUK 0800 074 8383. They are wonderful, very knowledgeable and helpful. You won’t know what you are dealing with until you have a biopsy and a pathologist looks at the samples. This link is useful too https://prostatecanceruk.org/prostate-information/our-publications/publications/tool-kit.
Hi everyone i am just starting the journey down the psa road i am a 53 year old male and my psa level has come back as 4.56 which they say is high for my age and it should be no higher than 3 ?. Now they would like me to have a mri scan along with biopsies. I am not too keen on having the biopsies done and would rather not i already suffer from spondylosis of the spine and can suffer great discomfort in general especially in the mornings i have also read mixed reports on having this done. Please correct me if i am wrong but surely the mri scan would pick up if i was to have anything untoward going on and further psa test to monitor the situation before taking this step ?.
Was diagnosed with a PSA level 20 about a year ago. Had a months bicalutamide pills and a Prostap 3 injection at the end of it. At the end of 3 months was about 2.0 so expected a further jab of Prostap but said no. PSA is now 11.8 and expected a further injection but no. Have another blood test in 3 months time to see how it goes as it may be static or reduced (thinks Pigs might fly). If PSA has increased another injection and will be back on Bicalutamide before it. Hopefully as I have had the course before it may not be so discombobulating as last time. will know what to expect. Had Prostap 3 hot flushes continuing until AugustSept after the 3 months had expired. All persons react differently but this is my record so far. Urinating increas.

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