Hi, I would like to introduce myself as a new member on this forum and take the opportunity to ask a few questions.
My short story is that I was diagnosed with pc earlier this year, and had robotic RP i may. The histology report was good (as described in my signature), and I thought I was "cured". However, first psa 0.12 after 4 months was disappointing news. I quickly had a Ga 68 psma Pet-CT sca, which unfortunately showed "a psam positive tiny 6x4 mm lymph node located at the bifurcation of the right commom iliac vein". My medical team first considered cyberknife as treatment, but have now decided to go for hormone treatment (2 year) starting now and followed-up with radiating lymph nodes and prostatic bed in 2-3 months time.
I have full confidence in that I'm getting best possible advice/treatment in UK, but still can't stop wondering if anybody on this forum have any additional information/comments to add ?
In addition, I also more specifically wonder if anybody have any information about
diet before starting radiation ? Should I stop broccoli, tomato, green tee,etc. when radiation starts ?
05/16 Robotic RP
Gleason 3+4, margins clear, anterior prostatic fat clear, pT2c,
09/16 PSA 0.12
09/16 Ga 68 PSMA PET-CT and CT showing a psma positive tiny 6x4 mm lymph node located at the bifurcartuion of the right common iliac vein. No other site of soft tissue or bone disease demonstrated.
Post Edited (Boiga) : 9/27/2016 5:21:22 AM (GMT-6)