Been having a great birthday so far. Just got back from seeing Shakespeare's "The Tempest" at the university and now it's time to head off for dinner.
Thanks for all the good wishes.
Shakespeare's "The Tempest" Is some pretty top draw entertainment. I have not seen any of his stuff since selling the cottage in Avon. I think the last I saw was Richard III.
I am still trying to imagine though what Shakespeare would sound like in an American accent. Well, to a Brit that is.
Glad that you had a cool birthday Andrew. Now back to the shop with you. You young scallywag
The Bard of Avon
A little known fact is that the famous Bard of Avon, William Shakespere, suffered from an enlarged prostate as he got older. On many evenings he would try to sleep, but he was unable to do so. He would have to go to the bathroom. But he also wanted to get a good night's sleep. With his eyes wide
open, he would stare at the ceiling and say to himself, "To pee or not to pee, that is the question."
Dec 2013 DRE Enlarged but smooth prostate.
Dec 2013 PSA 4.2 July 2014 PSA 5.1 Sept 2014 PSA 19.
Awaiting transperineal biopsy (Template Prostatic Biopsy)
Oct 21st 14 Template Prostatic Biopsy
Nov 3rd 14 Biopsy results show PC, Gleason (3+4) 7
Awaiting bone scan.
Nov 24th bone scan result negative.
Nov 25th PSA now 6.4 YES!!!!
Dec 2014. Chosen LDR Brachy treatment
Jan 27/28 LDR Brachy
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