posted the following in the signature thread on 11/29.............Welcome to HW Prostate forum! Memeber will be along shortly to help guide you with you concerns and questions. There are a lot of guys on here with advanced stats who can help and show you there's no reason to despair with your husband's results...........I've started your own thread on the regular section so it wil be picked up.
Having difficulty with my husband's PC, especially after having the pathology report. My hubby is young and had no symptoms. We thought he was the picture of health. Now, he's slowly recovering after surgery and I'm so sad about
his discomfort and what's to come with his pT3B cancer.
I need a lot of feedback to try and get through this and to give hope for what seems rather ominous.
My husband's PC:
51 years old
Biopsy - 10/10 cores positive, PSA 32, Gleason 3+4 (20% = 4), 60% cancer on right, 20% on left
open), Nov 9th, 2010, Nerve Sparing - left, Nerve Grafting - Right.
Path: Prostate 80% cancerous
Unifocal margins adjacent to rt seminal vesicle, EPE: Present -Nonfocal (established, extensive) - rt posterior, SVI-present, Stage pT3B pN0, Gleason 3+4