Here is another example of how this dreaded disease can vary from patient to patient. If you look at my signature you can see that my Uro watched my PSA numbers very closely and when it reached 0.08 after about 20 month post open RRP, he along with my Onc and of cause myself, decided to take further action. When radiation started, it had reached 0.1. By most standards a PSA of 0.1 is considered very low, but if I were you, I would watch my PSA VERY closely and take action as soon as it is clear that I had a recurrence. It is my understanding that the earlier radiation is started, the better the chance for a positive out come.
Wishing you all the best in the years to come.