Thank you all for your comments and support . I agree now I know the cancer is more aggressive and may require more treatment down the road but right now I going to wait and see since my surgeon feels this is still undetectable, if it rises again it will be a different story. I just now have to live from PSA to PSA and hope for the best. My wife can probably
qualify for a medical degree with all the research she has done and is also concerned with the rise but everything we have read said that 0.2 is when you start to worry and 0.5 is the cutoff.
David the lab I use which is Lab Corp states that according to the American Urological Association, PSA should be undetectable after radical prostatectomy. A PSA of less then 0.5 ng/ml is not likely to be associated with disease recurrence with five years of treatment. I know some other labs measure differently but my Doctors do not go below 0.0 Not sure if this helps or we are comparing apples and oranges with your scores. However, I do know if they continue to rise I will seek further treatment. I also have an appointment with my urologist on Monday to go over the results of my CAT Scan, PSA & new Path report and I am sure he will have his own opinion.