® is the only available gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) receptor antagonist approved by the FDA for the treatment of patients with advanced ...
I look at things strait on and this is the first truth in advertising name I have ever heard of from a drug company. It lowers testoserone.
The drugs should all be named for their side effects.
Yeah I guess I'm only a month out from surgury and still touchy about ED but this seems like a first to me.
My question is that I have a moderate to bad pain near my rectum on the inside and a burning sensation in my ureathra contantly except when I pee. No fever and I don't think it is an infection. Has anyone else had these symptoms? I'm trying to see if this common.
Age 48 w/diagnosed
10/06 PSA 3.0
11/06 PSA FREE %13.2
10/07 PSA 3.4
1/09 PSA 4.6
6/09 psa 5.8
2/10 psa 8.7
7/10 PSA 10.8
8/2010 3rd biopsy GG 3+3=6, one of eight cores -2%
Lap 10/22/10 Dr. Troxel
Path- Neg Margins, Gleason 6, Nerves spared, 85 gm
Cath out Nov 2, Ohh! lots of pads.