You asked if anyone had an experience like yours. I had a somewhat similar situatuion. I had a large prostate (70 gram) that got me up a lot at night.
Then, my PSA went from 2.8 to 7.6 in a year. After making sure it wasn't an infection, etc. we did a biopsy (12 cores). Biopsy came back "atypia" (cells that aren't quite cancer). Watched it for a while and did second biopsy (10 cores in a different areas then the first biopsy). Second biopsy had 2 cores positive. Diagnosed as G 3 + 3; T1c. After the operation the pathology was upgraded to G 3 + 3; pT2c (both lobes had cancer).
I am still wondering why my PSA went up so quickly if my Gleason was 6. Your PSA doesn't appear to be rising; that would seem to me to be a good sign.
Hope this helps. Good luck and best wishes.
PSA 2007 - 2.8; 11/24/2008 - 7.6; PCa Dx 2/11/09; age at Dx 62; RLP 4/20/09
Biopsy - Invasive moderately differentiated prostatic andenocarconoma; G 3+3=6; PT2C; No evidence of Seminal Vesicle or Extraprostatic Involvement; Margins clear; Tumor identified in sections from prostatic apex. 70 gram prostate. Continent after removal of cath.
ED - Trimix works well; levitra @ 90%
PSA - <0.1, 1/17/11