I would call before the 27th tell the Uro you want another PSA, fRee Psa and PCA3 done, with the first two being blood tests, and the third a urine test. Get the blood work done before Tory appointment so you can discuss the results at your visit.
I would probably, if the new tests indicate a possible problem, request an MRI guided biopsy, or a saturation biopsy. I don't know which and I don't want yo play Dr because I'm not qualified, nor am I one of the more knowledgeable guys here. But the bottom line is that it's terrific that the biopsy came back negative, but be safe and leave no stone interned, because biopsies sometimes will come back false negative.
Rising PSA from 2008 through April 2013
PSA 2008 - 2012 .7 TO 2.2
Dec 2012 - Biopsy, 14 core, nO PCA, one core HGPIN
4/13 PSA 2.8, FPsa 11, PCA3 13, 10/13 PSA2.7 fPSA 15
4/14 PSA 3.1 fPsa 16, 10/14 PSA 4.3 fPSA 12 PCA3 26
11/14 BX 3/12 cores + G610%, G6 20%, 3+5=8, 70%
2nd opinion Johns Hopkins, all G6 10%, 20% 80%
3rd opinion MSKCC all G6 10%, 15%, 70%
RALP scheduled January 6th 2014
Final pathology stage pT2c, upstaged to Gleason 7 (3+4)
ECE, Margins, SV, Lymph nodes (9) all negative, PNI present.
5% involvement of Prostate by tumor.
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