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greetingz
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   Posted 3/13/2013 2:32 PM (GMT -7)   
I have just this last few weeks developed right hip bone aching at the joints and radiating clear to the calves and sort of near the spine. It is getting worse of course, and over the counter pain pills dont work very well.

I told Onc of this last visit (Feb27) and got a scan which didnt reveal any mets directly responsible, although I have at least one met in that area. Next appt Mar 27.

I guess what I am asking of anyone who knows from experience, what does bone pain from cancer mets feel like when they begin to hurt? Is the pain different from, say, arthritis? or bursitis? I`ve had bursitis in shoulder before and this is much the same.

It developed from my walking exercise and has gotten so bad I limp heavily this last few days. The pain at its worst is 5 to 6 in my estimation with spikes of 8 or so?
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide Started. March `13 changed to Eligard and Keto
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)

Todd1963
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   Posted 3/13/2013 2:40 PM (GMT -7)   
greetingz,
It is my understanding that the pain is at its worst when in a resti.g position. Thar would be consistent with what I experienced. The truth be told.it.has been almost 7 years since I had bone mets. sorry I can't help more.
Dx6/06 age 42 psa3216 bone mets lung mets lymph mets mass growing into bladder
Lupron/Cassodex psa dropped to <0.05 all scans clear on jan. 09
2010/2011 lupron holiday and 6 months d.e.s.
Psa rising 6/11
Bone scan 2/20/12 clearg
cat scan 2/17/12 1 nodule lower lobe right lung 1.5cm square
Completed Provenge therapy June 1st 2012
Restarted cassodex June 5th 2012
Current age 48
Psa irrelevent

littlenm
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Total Posts : 320
   Posted 3/13/2013 4:13 PM (GMT -7)   
Sounds like you are going through exactly what my husband is. He has been getting pain in his hips that run down the backs of his legs to the knees. He also gets pain in the middle of his lower back....basically at the bottom of his tail bone. Although he too has bone mets in the general area, the pain does not seem to be directly related. Our onc suggested that it could be SE of Lupron. Are you on Lupron shots?
Husband diagnosed in Canada. Treatment started at Mayo in Phoenix
10/2012 PSA at dx 29
10/2012 biopsy10/10 cores positive with 90+% cancer gleason 9. perineal invasion and extracapsular extension on both lobes
CT clear
11/2012 bone mets pelvis and lower spine
11/2012 started casodex
12/2012 6 month Lupron injection
2/2013 PSA 1.3
Feb 8/2013 Additional pelvic and spinal mets detected

leeanglo
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Total Posts : 191
   Posted 3/13/2013 5:15 PM (GMT -7)   
I found that every time I take cosadex ( bicalutamide) I develop bone pain in the base of my spine,I've experienced this for definite on three ocasions....oncologist and urologistsxhave no explanation for this happening??
psa on dx 144, gleason 4+3 7 12 biopsie cores cancerous
T3a N2 M1.
psa after 3 months zoladex 20
T levels 0.5 after 3 months zoladex.
now taking 50mg cosadex daily also.

greetingz
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   Posted 3/13/2013 5:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you everyone. I have gone off Bicalutimide as of Feb 27. Am now on Keto/hydrocortisone 200mg x3 and 10 mg x3 per day with the Eligard/lupron shots. I was feeling better once again going off of what I felt was a crushing regimen of 100 mg Bicalutimide.

Now general feeling is fatigue as before, muscle aches, slight nausea, sometimes irregular heartbeat esp after a meal, more hot flashes than before, and now this bone aching.
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide Started. March `13 changed to Eligard and Keto
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)

142
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   Posted 3/13/2013 7:00 PM (GMT -7)   
I have enough pain in my hips that it causes me to limp, and have been using the handicap tag a lot more lately. Walking gets harder every day. In my case they think it is a side effect of (probably) the Prolia, but possibly also from the Lupron.
Moderator - Prostate Cancer
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DaVinci 10/2009
My adjuvant IGRT journey (2010) -
www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=1756808
HT (Lupron) 6-mo injection 9/12;Prolia 6-mo inj 12/12

davidg
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Total Posts : 4093
   Posted 3/13/2013 7:06 PM (GMT -7)   
for what it's worth, if I sit too long in my chair my back hurts, if I play soccer or workout too hard my lower back hurts, if I run calves and shins hurt. Every year these pains get more acute. During my pre-op tests they told me I had degenerative spine disease and that we all have this. I think aging, being overweight, seated at a desk for too long or driving too many hours everyday all contribute to these pains.It's very easy for us, specially guys who know the cancer escaped the capsule, to think that the pains are all cancer related. My guess is that they're usually not.
40 years old - Diagnosed at 40
Robotic Surgery Mount Sinai with Dr. Samadi Jan, 2011
complete urinary control and good erections with and without meds
Prostate was small, 34 grams.
Final Gleason score 7 (3+4)
Less than 5% of slides involved tumor
Tumor measured 5 mm in greatest dimension and was located in the right lobe near the apex.
Tumor was confined to prostate.
The apical, basal, pseudocapsular and soft tissue resection margins were free of tumor.
Seminal vesicles were free of tumor.
Right pelvic node - benign fibroadiopse tissue. no lymph node is identified.
Left pelvic node - one small lymph node, negative for tumor (0/1)

AJCC stage: pT2 NO MX

BOOGEE
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Total Posts : 572
   Posted 3/13/2013 7:20 PM (GMT -7)   
greetingz,
 
So sorry to hear of your bone pain. My husband has just come off 1 year of HT and has pain in most of his joints and especially his lower back. His back sometimes gives out when he moves suddenly. He now walks with the support of a cane.
All of his recent scans showed nothing remarkable and his PSA is undectable.
 
We are hoping it is the meds. that have caused his pain and we all hope yours too.
 
Feel better.
BOOGEE
Age 53
2010 PSA's 6.3, 4.7 5.6
RP open Oct -2011
Stage T1c
Gleason 4+3 left side Gleason 3+3 right side
11 lymp/ no mets.
Perineural invasion present
neg. marg.
Path staging (pt1): pT2c: bilateral disease
PSA Post -Op
1.2 11/2011
1.8 12/2011
3.5 1/2012
2-12Casodex Lupron PSA .03,
5/12 PSA <0.1, T-12
CT, BONE, MRI Neg. for Mets.
F-18/FDG showed 1 met.,spine T-11

pepsiguy
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Total Posts : 132
   Posted 3/13/2013 8:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Hell I have such bad arthritis I'm not sure if my pain is just that or mets or from the ADT. Was going to have a hip replaced before dx with this crap.
Diagnosed@55 GL 8-9
8/12 PSA 212
CT pos lymph, Bone scan inconclusive, 2nd scan confirmed
8/12 Casodex/Zoladex
9/26/12 PSA 2.6 T 15
11/27/12 PSA .8 T6 recvd 2nd shot
1/13 Bone density scan normal
2/26/13 PSA 1.2 T 5

Tall Allen
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   Posted 3/13/2013 11:40 PM (GMT -7)   
142 said...
In my case they think it is a side effect of (probably) the Prolia


I've never heard of Prolia/Xgeva causing bone pain before. It's supposed to prevent bone mets and skeletal related events, I thought. Why do they think it is causing the pain? Would Zometa cause the pain as well?

- Allen

greetingz
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   Posted 3/15/2013 3:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks once again for all of your replies. I had the worst pain of my life the night I wrote this OP. If its med related, this is not too good to hear. The worst pain seems to move to the inner thigh joint area and then migrates directly on the other side of hip socket. Switching to Advil really helps with it. Now I got to add Advil to my small handful of pills daily.

Kind of depressing to see ones health go by the wayside. 2 years ago this month I was able to do weight lifting and resistance training. How times have changed.
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide Started. March `13 changed to Eligard and Keto
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)

littlenm
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Date Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts : 320
   Posted 3/15/2013 4:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Yeah I know. Sometimes life sucks but it is better than the alternative.

I have heard many say that the SE seems to lessen after about a year. Hope that is true for you and my husband....maybe even a little earlier

Keep thinking about the good things and try to forget the crummy
Husband diagnosed in Canada. Treatment started at Mayo in Phoenix
10/2012 PSA at dx 29
10/2012 biopsy10/10 cores positive with 90+% cancer gleason 9. perineal invasion and extracapsular extension on both lobes
CT clear
11/2012 bone mets pelvis and lower spine
11/2012 started casodex
12/2012 6 month Lupron injection
2/2013 PSA 1.3
Feb 8/2013 Additional pelvic and spinal mets detected

greetingz
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Date Joined Aug 2012
Total Posts : 247
   Posted 3/28/2013 9:58 AM (GMT -7)   
Just an update:

VA Hospital visit as of yesterday had me with 6 appointments. Dental for possible Zometa, (I need new teeth)for the necrosis possibility, injection and scan on the nuclear machine (gamma). This for skeleton. The rest were the normal routine postate wise.

The bad news is that my PSA has a less than 2 week doubling time with last result on Feb 27 of 19.9 and yesterday at 58 plus. Thats actually tripling time in 30 days. I had been dreading those numbers and sure enough, I had predicted well on that part. First thing Onc advised was to drop Keto and the hydrocortisone since this isnt doing a thing. Got the quarterly Eligard though and am thinking I may not have such heavy SEs now, which is kinda good news.

For the first time with Onc I had little to say regarding new treatments thinking to myself how fast this is taking over my body. But all was not such bad news! He pulled up my earlier bone scan from July 12 and we went over the 10 or so mets in it. Then the new scan and he said out loud "This dont look like the same body" so my wife and I focused on the new scan. I had been dreading looking at that also. I was surprised to note only half as many mets showing and only 1 was at the same intensity as last year. Except for the hip met which was substantially larger starting out about a quarter size and now showing as big as a large potato right at the right hip joint.

So Littlenm was correct in her assumption that the bone paint might be from the cancer itself. No bursitis here. It looks like radiation is in my near future and thats alright with me. The wife and I walked all over the hosp yesterday and the pain kicked in on the 2 plus hour drive home to become unbearable by dusk.

So now I can relate to others that Metastisis bone pain is at its worst during quiet time with constant medium sharp pain in the form of a deep ache on the level of 3 to 6 depending on whether its in full song or not. With possible spikes of pain radiating far along the affected area at the 7 to 8 level making for a very restless time with lots of grimacing, and in my case, groaning. I ended up taking 5 advil over the nite last nite in order to get any sleep.

The ray of hope I saw in the bone scan was reinforced with the Onc stating that this hot spot is probably why my psa is at the number it is. It just may be that after radiation I will see it drop dramatically. I certainly hope so.

regardless of what happens, I am looking at all of this as an unfortunate adventure, yet now I can see what cancer is like and the empathy for others with these kinds of maladies has really sharpened me. I pray that all of you here suffering with this take heart and may you see more rays of hope for yourselves.

So radiation will be welcome indeed
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide Started. March `13 changed to Eligard and Keto
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)

SpecialLady
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Date Joined Nov 2011
Total Posts : 879
   Posted 3/28/2013 10:23 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi there greetingz, not good news about PSA doubling rate, but bone scan offers a lot of hope. If you can get radiation to your hip area which is giving you most trouble, it will probably greatly improve your quality of life and probably immediately reduce your PSA. You still have weapons like Zytiga, Xtandi, and Alpharadin coming out later this year. Seems like your doctor is on top of things, and you have your family´s support. Hope they can get you feeling better soon.
Father diagnosed in Jan 2011 (at age 68):
DRE positive, PSA 7.5, biopsy Gleason 7 and 8.
two inconclusive bone-scintigraphies, MR scan showed 2 bone mets
1-Feb-11: Started hormonal therapy (Trelstar+Casodex)
18-Jan-12: 0.055
2-Feb-12: last Trelstar injection
9-Apr-12: 0.078
4-Jul-12: 0.138
4-Oct-12: 1.08
23-Jan-13: 1.15

littlenm
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Date Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts : 320
   Posted 3/28/2013 10:31 AM (GMT -7)   
Not exactly what you wanted to hear I am sure and for that I am sorry. On the good side though, almost all of mets had disappeared or shrunk. The one very worrying met can be radiated. From my understanding, the radiation is very effective at pain management.

Hope it goes well for you
Husband diagnosed in Canada. Treatment started at Mayo in Phoenix
10/2012 PSA at dx 29
10/2012 biopsy10/10 cores positive with 90+% cancer gleason 9. perineal invasion and extracapsular extension on both lobes
CT clear
11/2012 bone mets pelvis and lower spine
11/2012 started casodex
12/2012 6 month Lupron injection
2/2013 PSA 1.3
Feb 8/2013 Additional pelvic and spinal mets detected

HOPENEVERDIE
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Date Joined Aug 2012
Total Posts : 195
   Posted 3/28/2013 11:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Greetingz,

When i read your post about PSA double time less then 2 weeks, 49packard's last post come in my mind. He had Provenge last May.

His PSA Doubling time :

a. 6/15/2012=1.34 months

b. 9/07/2012=1.50 months

c. 1/22/2013=3.58 months

d. 3/19/2013=19.34 months



His PSA is slowing down, doubling time is taking longer and it looks like Provenge is working for him.



Did you concider Provenge? I think you can qualify for it. And what good it will take only 1 month to complete and you can try again hormone therapy or start Xtandi or Zytiga or Chemo without waiting 6 months ( new information show that no need for waiting period for these drugs. Many patients also have remarkable response for other treatments after Provenge.

DR EISENBERGER, R Dale Hughes Professor of Oncology and Urology The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Baltimore, Maryland said:" In our cancer immunology program, dealing with immunotherapies, one of the focuses is timing of immunotherapy. It’s possible that the interaction between immunomodulation and other treatments may be important... So it is also possible that immunotherapy may enhance subsequent treatment."

In general, the analysis found a trend toward a delay in pain progression in favor of treatment with sipuleucel-T ( Provenge). Additionally, a significant increase in the time to first use of an opioid analgesic was observed.

I posted some new information about Provenge couple days ago and I hope your read them

www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=2487796&p=5

My best to you

Post Edited (HOPENEVERDIE) : 3/28/2013 11:13:21 AM (GMT-6)


Survivor57
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Total Posts : 15
   Posted 3/28/2013 1:29 PM (GMT -7)   
I am schedule this 3/30 to get my second PSA test in San Diego the first one was on last December the result was 0.01 at the same time I went to Mexicali, Mexico to get another one the result was 0.00 last Sat 3/23 I went to the same lab in Mexicali, Mexico to get my second one the result was 0.09 but there is a factor that really scare me after my RP there were some cancer cells found outside of the prostate capsule and since last January I started feeling some discomfort on my lower back discomfort that started to turn on a little pain on my lower back then I started to feel it on the spinal cord and now on my shoulders I have never ever felt this kind of pains on my hips radiating to my legs, spinal cord, and shoulders believe me I don't want to think this is bone met but it is something I cannot take away of my mind at this point and taking in care the symptoms I am feeling I am guessing I should go on HT and/or RT.
I think there should be more aggressive ad campaigns to let more man know about this disease to make them aware to get PSA and DRA test after the 35's because more man are diagnosed at earlier ages and also include the consequences after get it at a latter diagnosis and the side effects of the RP, HT, and RT such as incontinence, ED, and side effects of the meds because after getting this disease nobody knows what will be our future.

Leo
Dx 08/20/2012
Gleason 7 (3+4)
PSA 6.8
10/12/12 Da Vincy RP

greetingz
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   Posted 3/29/2013 10:25 AM (GMT -7)   
I thank each and every one of you for taking the time to respond. So far its been two nites of heavy discomfort. 12 Advil last 24 hours. Wife is off to gather a prescription for this pain. Onc called and apologized for forgetting to address any pain issues Wednesday. I didnt hurt that day until the ride home so it part my fault too.

I wish I had enough knowledge to inform you all more about this. Scheduled for radiation consult Wed next. Feels like an arrow is embedded in my hip, anyway thats what comes to my mind today :) Owie!
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide Started. March `13 changed to Eligard and Keto
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)

Tall Allen
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Total Posts : 2149
   Posted 3/29/2013 10:47 AM (GMT -7)   
greetingz,

When my mother had bone mets I learned that bone pain just doesn't respond well to most analgesics. I am so sorry to hear what you're going through.

Alpharadin, which irradiates the bone mets from the inside, has been very effective at relieving the pain, and looking at your stats, you may be eligible to get in on their expanded access trial that is going on right now at 30 locations all around the US. You can read the eligibility requirements on the link below to see if you qualify, and you can ask your doctor to call them.

Radium-223 Dichloride (BAY88-8223) in Castration-Resistant (Hormone-Refractory) Prostate Cancer Patients With Bone Metastases
Allen
•3rd biopsy (4/2010):
PSA=7.3, prostate volume=55cc, 8 of 17 cores G6 5-35% involvement
•SBRT (5x8Gy) at UCLA, 10/2010 at age 57
•PSA since treatment:
+3 mos:3.9 +4 mos:3.5 +7 mos:3.0 +10 mos:3.7 +13 mos:3.6 +19 mos:1.18 +23 mos:1.29 +29 mos:.37
• Side Effects of treatment:
+2 wks: Grade 1 urinary & rectal last 1 wk
+1 yr: Grade 1 urinary last 2 months
no ED

142
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   Posted 3/29/2013 11:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Allen,
 
In looking at all of the sites that discuss Prolia/Xgeva (as well as other bone loss prevention), I hit several that mentioned that bone pain was a known side effect as the meds took effect.
 
It was also mentioned during a discussion with a doctor who was against my using that type of med.

gunfighter
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Date Joined Sep 2012
Total Posts : 1218
   Posted 3/30/2013 3:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Greetinz,
Darn--I hate to hear of anyone in pain especially a vet--Question, after the radiation what do you and the VA doctors intend to do? Is provenge a possibility through the VA?? I would really like you to get well so you could tour with Todd--LOL
Bill
Age 71--a "well" seasoned vet
Dx'd Sept 2010--PSA 4.89--5 G8's and 4 G7's out of 10 cores..High volume with extra capular extension present..79.2Gys IMRT completed in Feb 2011 with 6 months casodex and 3 years lupron--1 year lupron to go. .06 after radiation and now <.03

Passages
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Total Posts : 695
   Posted 3/30/2013 5:13 PM (GMT -7)   
I hope you get some relief, results, and answers.....and soon; especially pain relief.
now 67, dx 49 PSA 4.2 RP 95
5+ yrs later radiation,Study pom PSA rise.
7+ yrs Lupron
9/12 bone mets, tumors. Study For Custersen. Control on Taxotere 9 treatments 10/18/11-4/12 PSA 5.2.
Zytiga -no se but PSA up to 57-5/12 to 7/12
8/12 started Jevtana
9/26 PSA 46.6 Se fatigue, chemo brain.
10/15 45.3
11/6 45.2
12/4/12 54.4
12/28 PSA 70.
1/15 PSA 85-start Xtandi
2/21/13 PSA160
3/19. 168 transfus

Zimac
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Date Joined Mar 2012
Total Posts : 600
   Posted 3/30/2013 5:44 PM (GMT -7)   
My husband has had cancer pain (L-4, L-5) and the way he described it was pain like he's never felt before. He was not able to walk but a few steps and it was not relieved by analgesics.
Oxycodone lessened the pain but never made the pain dissappear.

Last week I asked the Oncologist how do you tell the difference between general aches and pains and true cancer pain? His response was "cancer pain doesn't go away- it doesn't come and go." Hope this helps.

May your pain disappear and never return.

Zimac
Age 60, Dx'd 56 -2008, PSA 6.4
12/2008-open RP, nerve sparing
Path: Gleason - 4+3, clear margins
1/2009 - Bone Mets, 3/11 Lung Mets, 1/13 Brain mets
7/2009 - Lupron, Zometa
11/11 - Zytiga, not effective 4/12 - Failed Taxotere
7/23 - starting monoclonal antibody therapy (clinical trial)
7/31/12 PSA - 41.9, 8/21/12 PSA 6.3, 8/29/12 PSA 7.9
9/18/12 PSA 5.99, 10/17/12 PSA 5.5, 1/13 PSA 10

greetingz
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Total Posts : 247
   Posted 3/31/2013 9:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Its been now 4 days since wed visit and the thing wont go away. Now on Oxycodone which does help, but dont take em on an empty stomach! So very, very, stiff and sore. I am using a cane my wife got Friday. that cane is so useful for getting others attention, and grabbing stuff out of arms reach to drag closer.

Thinking this over, it seems we should have had a nuclear scan at 6 months rather than 10. Would have saved me a ton of discomfort. Might as well get the other scans to see how the lymph nodes and lungs are doing too as its been 10 months.

What I wish I knew is if these mets have killed my hip bone or we are just in the inflamation stage. Another reason I wish I had a nuclear scan a little earlier.

I took a good look at my Onc last Wed and he seems so overworked. I need to encourage him and his staff. What would we do without these professionals?

I am now going to push for Provenge! but thats after radiation starting this week.

Its so encouraging to read you posts. For those who have this particular problem, I know your pain!
61 veteran. Felt ill Jan 2012. Dx May, gastritis, heart disease. Cancer suspect.
Dx July 5 2012 Gleason 9 prostate cancer. Heart surgery denied.
Eligard and Bicalumitide. 30 days of Keto. Now Eligard only
bone mets -lymph node mets -lung mets
Lifestlye diet change
Psa Feb (4.09)-June (44.0)-July(3.07)-Oct (0.13)-Jan-2-2013(4.0)Feb-2-(8.9)feb-27-(19.9)-Mar 27-(58.8)

Harper Hendee
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   Posted 4/8/2013 4:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Hang in there, Greetingz! How is the radiation going?
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