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Steve, i thought I’d let you know. The MRI scan was wrong! No cancer in the biopsies. I’m not sure if they will repeat them but I’m seeing the urologist tomorrow morning before starting my bladder cancer treatments. I’m very relieved and just want to thank you for your kind responses to my questions. Hopefully, I will just have to deal with one form of cancer going forward! All the best and best of luck to you in you treatments and journey! Alex.
Hi Alex, sorry to hear of your situation. PIRADS 4/5 is would normally indicate cancer but not always and impossible to speculate until u have the biopsy results. Psa is still low so unusual if it has spread outside the gland. Hopefully someone will appear who had a PIRADS 4 with negative outcome. Is your bladder cancer sorted or r u still on treatment? Keep in touch, all the best Steve.
Hi, I’m new here - a 48 yr old man who is fit and healthy (other than high grade non-invasive bladder cancer) and now it looks like I may have prostate cancer. I am very worried and wondered if anyone can reassure me while I wait for biopsy results. My PSA doubled in 6 months but is still only 2. DRE was negative but since every male relative on my father’s side (him included) have had prostate cancer, I was sent for an mpMRI. This revealed a tumour suspicious lesion of 1.1 x 0.7 x 0.5 cm with a PI-RADS score of 4 and possible breach of the capsule and involvement of seminal vesicles. The urologist who did the biopsies said more than 50% chance of cancer. 48 seems a bit early to get prostate cancer (although it was even younger in terms of
Well had call today all went well psa 0.1 which he said is best can expect as someone had posted asked if clear and he said that this is best results and 12 week blood test and visit (civid19) permitting. On 3 monthly injections for 2/3 yrs unless problems with it . Did say was HT giving false readings he said just keep looking on long positive , would go out celebrate but everything closed. Take care everyone and thankyou for sharing your knowledge and journey with us.

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