Casey, I agree. I think this is exactly what happened in my case, and what happens in many cases. The lesson here is not that antibiotics should not be taken, or that the PSA should not be measured, but that an infection might be taking place along with the cancer.
It also means, in my case, that I was one of those cases in which 2.6 was enough of a trigger that indicated fairly aggressive cancer. I drew the short stick, because usually 2.6 is too low to indicate any cancer and, if it does, it would be Gleason 6 at best. But within 2 years of that I was Gleason 4+3 (from pathology)
PSA: 7 tests over 2 years bounced around from 2.6 to 5.6
Biopsy 8 of 12 positive, Gleason 3+4, T2a
DaVinci August 2009, pathology Gleason 4+3, neg margins, T2c
Continent right away, ED
Viagra, Cialis did't work, Trimix works well
3, month: undetectable <.1; 6 month: undetectable <.014 (ultrasensitive); 9, 12, 15 month: undetectable <.1; 18 month detectable .05