Were his latest results a straight .06, or did the results read <.06 (less than .06)?
If it read <.06, it may simply means that .06 is as low as that particular machine can read, and the actual number is less than that.
But, even if it's .06, one reading can be alarming, but may turn out to be a "blip."
Brainsurgeon's advice sounds right to me. Good luck with this and let us know how it goes.
Dx June 2010.
PSA rose for 3 years to 6.2
Bx shows cancer in 6 of 12 cores, all left side
Gleason 7 (3 + 4)
Bone scan, CT scan, rib x-rays negative.
Negative margins; negative seminal vesicles
5 brothers, ages 52-67 ; I'm only one with PCa
Continence after 7 weeks. ED continues.
PSA 1/3/10: <0.01; 6/12/11: <0.01