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Old 04-07-2021, 10:56 AM   #1
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My PSA went from 1.3 to 6 in two months. Got me a little nervous. Anybody else here deal with this?


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Obviously a doctor likely noticed this also huh?

Very good indicator based on those numbers. I would be nervous myself.

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There are several current threads about Prostate Cancer. Do a search and check them out.

Have you seen a Urologist yet for a "thorough" exam?

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I understand Testosterone therapy feeds prostate cancer. Dont delay, especially if on replacement therapy.
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I am under the care of a urologist. The jump was noticed by my GP. Seeing my urologist Friday. I知 extremely nervous


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Dear God, we come in prayer for this man. We ask for your strength, comfort, peace, and complete and supernatural guidance, protection, and provision for him. Praying all this through your son, our mighty Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen
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Dear God, we come in prayer for this man. We ask for your strength, comfort, peace, and complete and supernatural guidance, protection, and provision for him. Praying all this through your son, our mighty Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen

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There are a number of us on the same journey so feel free to reach out and to check the prostate threads. You are on the right track with the GP and urologist visits. I followed the same path and was mad at my GP for referring me to a urologist. I was in complete denial because I had no signs or symptoms of any problem.

Regarding the posts about connection to testosterone treatments. I've asked four doctors: my GP, urologist in San Antonio, and cancer doctors at MD Anderson and in California and all said there is no connection between testosterone treatments and prostate cancer. There are different opinions available on the internet so I'll leave that argument to who you choose to believe.
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There are a number of us on the same journey so feel free to reach out and to check the prostate threads. You are on the right track with the GP and urologist visits. I followed the same path and was mad at my GP for referring me to a urologist. I was in complete denial because I had no signs or symptoms of any problem.

Regarding the posts about connection to testosterone treatments. I've asked four doctors: my GP, urologist in San Antonio, and cancer doctors at MD Anderson and in California and all said there is no connection between testosterone treatments and prostate cancer. There are different opinions available on the internet so I'll leave that argument to who you choose to believe.
That's interesting because my GP would NOT administer testosterone with my history of prostate cancer, and that was before my cancer came back.

My oncologist is treating my prostate cancer with hormone treatment which is a testosterone blocker; said testosterone feeds prostate cancer.
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That's interesting because my GP would NOT administer testosterone with my history of prostate cancer, and that was before my cancer came back.

My oncologist is treating my prostate cancer with hormone treatment which is a testosterone blocker; said testosterone feeds prostate cancer.
Doc said it is counter-intuitive because we kill the testosterone for cancer treatments. Both cancer docs told me testosterone treatments can be considered after two years from treatment and no cancer signs. With this disease every case is different and all the treatment options confound things further.

It also makes no sense that if testosterone feeds the cancer then why doesn't it occur in our youth when testosterone is highest instead of older when it is at its lowest. On this subject, I'm going with the doctors who I'm paying the big bucks to for their knowledge so, no testosterone it is. I'm sure you are doing the same. I'll also continue to read the internet stories just in case....
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Good luck to all of you. Y'all are in my prayers.


I had my yearly physical 2 weeks ago. Lab work shows my PSA at .2 . I get blood work done every 3 months, so it is something I can check on pretty often.
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I知 frightened. I知 retiring from the Fort Worth Fire Department in four weeks. I still have a 13 year old son at home. I知 looking forward to some great times and now this is on my mind...


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I dealt with it in 2017; mine went from the 3 range in 2016 to 7.6 in 2017. Went through the consultation, biopsy, etc., it was prostate cancer. Had it completely removed due to my age at the time, 43.
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I will keep you in my prayers. Stay positive.


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I found this book to be the most positive. PM me your address and I'll be happy to send you my copy. The other lesson I learned is to be cautious with the internet "support" groups. Those things put me in a downward spiral for days. I still find the green screen the most positive, even on this subject. Don't hesitate to reach out to the guys on here.

https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Beat-.../dp/061514022X
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I found this book to be the most positive. PM me your address and I'll be happy to send you my copy. The other lesson I learned is to be cautious with the internet "support" groups. Those things put me in a downward spiral for days. I still find the green screen the most positive, even on this subject. Don't hesitate to reach out to the guys on here.

https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Beat-.../dp/061514022X

I値l buy me a copy from Amazon. Thank you for the information


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Mine jumped about the same while on TRT after being on it for about 1 year. I got off TRT for 4 months and it dropped, labs all checked out. Got back on TRT a couple months ago and will see if it rises again and requires a biopsy
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One thing I will add regarding all the internet and comparison stories. A simple statement is "Your cancer is not my cancer", if that makes sense. There are so many variables in the patients and cases. Some things are similar and others are far apart. I learned this when my wife had cancer, you can get down a rabbit hole and be off on a tangent that is not even relatable. Main point is stay positive.
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one thing i will add regarding all the internet and comparison stories. A simple statement is "your cancer is not my cancer", if that makes sense. There are so many variables in the patients and cases. Some things are similar and others are far apart. I learned this when my wife had cancer, you can get down a rabbit hole and be off on a tangent that is not even relatable. Main point is stay positive.
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One thing I will add regarding all the internet and comparison stories. A simple statement is "Your cancer is not my cancer", if that makes sense. There are so many variables in the patients and cases. Some things are similar and others are far apart. I learned this when my wife had cancer, you can get down a rabbit hole and be off on a tangent that is not even relatable. Main point is stay positive.

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I had this happen to two friends. One was over self medicating on testosterone boosters. The other had gone to a Dr and was having testosterone therapy.
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Doc said it is counter-intuitive because we kill the testosterone for cancer treatments. Both cancer docs told me testosterone treatments can be considered after two years from treatment and no cancer signs. With this disease every case is different and all the treatment options confound things further.

It also makes no sense that if testosterone feeds the cancer then why doesn't it occur in our youth when testosterone is highest instead of older when it is at its lowest. On this subject, I'm going with the doctors who I'm paying the big bucks to for their knowledge so, no testosterone it is. I'm sure you are doing the same. I'll also continue to read the internet stories just in case....
I assume it is because the youngsters DON'T have prostate cancer. Testosterone does not cause the cancer, but it feeds the cancer once you have it...at lesat as I understand it.


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One thing I will add regarding all the internet and comparison stories. A simple statement is "Your cancer is not my cancer", if that makes sense. There are so many variables in the patients and cases. Some things are similar and others are far apart. I learned this when my wife had cancer, you can get down a rabbit hole and be off on a tangent that is not even relatable. Main point is stay positive.
Yes! I agree.
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I assume it is because the youngsters DON'T have prostate cancer. Testosterone does not cause the cancer, but it feeds the cancer once you have it...at lesat as I understand it.
I think that is the best explanation and fits my understanding too. There's probably also the correlation between older (? ) guys getting testosterone treatments and the age when prostate cancer begins to show up. Generally, guys under say 45 have neither. I've mentioned elsewhere that I discussed the testosterone treatment connection with my general practioner, urololgist, and oncology doctors at MD Anderson and Loma Linda and each said the treatments do not cause the cancer but the cancer will feed on testosterone. Mike said it best: "My cancer is not your cancer" - the right answer for one does not mean it's right for someone else. Stay positive, support each other, and continue prayers.
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Prayers up. No mater what happens go in with a I'm gonna kick cancer azz mindset. Never give up! Prostate cancer runs in my family. I have to be vigilant on it too.
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Prayers up. No mater what happens go in with a I'm gonna kick cancer azz mindset. Never give up! Prostate cancer runs in my family. I have to be vigilant on it too.

I知 doing much better today. I had a pity party yesterday but I知 over it. I see my urologist at UT Southwestern tomorrow. If it is cancer it should be covered under the presumptive cancer law(26 year with Fort Worth FD. I may have too push back my retirement a couple months... Thanks for y誕ll痴 encouragement.


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I知 doing much better today. I had a pity party yesterday but I知 over it. I see my urologist at UT Southwestern tomorrow. If it is cancer it should be covered under the presumptive cancer law(26 year with Fort Worth FD. I may have too push back my retirement a couple months... Thanks for y誕ll痴 encouragement.


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Biopsy came back benign!


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Went thru the exact same thing a couple months ago. I had been on T replacement pellets for a year and feeling great. PSA went from 1.5 to 7 in 3 months. I was freaked out because i really did not want to deal with prostate cancer at 53. Had the biopsy and it was completely clear. Big relief as you well know. Still haven稚 had an explanation from the Urologist. Something had to cause it to jump like that. Did they give you any explanation?
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That's interesting because my GP would NOT administer testosterone with my history of prostate cancer, and that was before my cancer came back.

My oncologist is treating my prostate cancer with hormone treatment which is a testosterone blocker; said testosterone feeds prostate cancer.
Same same.
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Hot dang! That's great news!

Have they suggested why your PSA level got so high?
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I had a PSA of 14.5 in my later 40's. Don't panic if you are under 60. Turned out mine was a prostrate infection. Took several weeks of Cipro to cure it.
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If your age is around 70, normal is 4-6.


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That is excellent news! See, you put yourself through all that worry, only to find out you are good to go! But...you still want to keep an eye on your numbers which I assume your urologist will.
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Great News!! It is a roller coaster of emotions for sure but I am glad you are off and can get refocused on living life. The waiting is so hard, clear your head and get back to enjoying life.
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That's Great News!!! I was told that any number of stimulations to your prostate prior to testing will cause your PSA to rise. Things like the DRE exam, riding a bicycle, sex and probably a number of other things. I'm sure your doc will help you keep an eye out for increases in your PSA but you got the best news of all!
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Went thru the exact same thing a couple months ago. I had been on T replacement pellets for a year and feeling great. PSA went from 1.5 to 7 in 3 months. I was freaked out because i really did not want to deal with prostate cancer at 53. Had the biopsy and it was completely clear. Big relief as you well know. Still haven稚 had an explanation from the Urologist. Something had to cause it to jump like that. Did they give you any explanation?

No explanation at all...


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