Maybe this has all helped keep those little buggers from growing, but maybe it hasn't.
if you like what you are getting keep doing what you are doing! almost forty years i ago i contracted hepatitis B and was hospitalized. i had several relapses over the years as i continued my drinking and drug use. twenty two years ago i got clean and i changed my lifestyle completely -- i quit a 23-year cigarette habit, i exercise, watch what i eat and yep i even floss three times a day .
when i was diagnosed with PC a little over two years ago i was also told i have hepatitis C. after cancer treatment i saw a liver specialist, who prepared me for interferon treatment...which makes lupron look like a trip to disneyland. then a blood test showed i no longer had hep B, just the antibodies. my viral load for hep C came back undetectable. so i had a 3-core liver biopsy performed and it confirmed that i no longer have hep C or B and my liver is perfectly healthy.
where did the hepatitis go? maybe it fled my body on one of those 100-degree, 100-mile bike rides back in the day when i cycled 5-6k miles a year? i dunno but today i also watch what i eat, exercise regularly and take my supplements. i like what i'm getting so i'm going to keep doing what i'm doing.
keep up the good work !
PSA on 12/09: 6.8
gleason 3+4 = 7
HT, BT and IGRT
received 3rd and last lupron shot 9/14/10
2/8/11 PSA <.1, T= 6 ng/dl
6/8/11 PSA .2, T = 540 ng/dl
8/19/11 PSA .3, T = 487 ng/dl
10/5/11 PSA .2, T = 530 ng/dl
3/1/12 PSA .3