Posted 3/4/2012 5:26 AM (GMT -6)
Forgive my English (I'm Spanish). I commented the case of my father. In 2009 strong of prostate cancer surgery with da da Vinci robot method. State pT2c, node-negative, negative seminal vesicles, but positive margins. The psa before the operation was 13. Gleason Score was (4 +4). The psa after surgery was 0.02. At three months rose to 0.07, the following 3 months to 0.3, and the year was decided to apply 0.5.Se salvage radiotherapy with curative intent. Making his first check in March 2011, with a score of 0.006!. The doctor decides to give control to the next six months, in September 2011, resulting, psa <0.002. Now in March 2012, the psa to come out in 0.004. Has increased somewhat (although the analysis of urine has turned out a bit of infection). We can still be happy, that after 4 years of diagnosis have a psa of 0.004???, Or should we worry?
Thank you very much and I hope you forgive my bad English.