I don't think I've had any loss of energy from PC. I've never taken naps, though I'm pretty good at pushing on, even though nearly brain-dead with exhaustion. I'm a night-owl by nature, which means I sort of see sleep as giving up, and therefore push myself through days of too-little sleep, followed by an early-evening crash, followed by waking up at 3 a.m. wondering if it's time to get up, etc. But over a lifetime of this, I don't think PC has altered the dysfunctional pattern.
-DX March 2002 - PSA 9.0, needle biopsy PCa in both hemispheres
-RP April 2002. Pathology PT3B N0 MX Gleason=7 (3+4), seminal vesicle involvement. No lymph node involvement.
-Post-surgery PSA low of 0.01; slow rise to 0.4 (August 2009).
-SRT Jan/Feb 2010. Enlarged lymph node near prostate bed found and targeted. Casodex 3 months during SRT
-PSA 0.00 for 2 years
-PSA 0.01 April 2012
Post Edited (Bohemond) : 7/25/2012 7:57:01 PM (GMT-6)