I think most urologists would consider your current PSA to be undetectable. One reason that a lot of urologists avoid the ultra-sensitive PSA tests is that they tend to drive patients nuts. At Cleveland Clinic, for example, .03 is the cutoff point. Below that, <.03 is all they report.
My numbers are similar to yours and I just had a <.03 to .04 PSA increase. I thought for sure they would corral me into the radiation room. My urologist, who I think knows about
as much as anybody about
this stuff, told me just the other day not to lose any sleep over it. He said that level of PSA sometimes goes back down or levels off. He wants to retest the PSA every three months and see what happens. Right now he's more concerned about
not radiating someone who may not have cancer.
I suspect that your docs will have a similar reaction. Based on what my doc told me I think there's a good chance we're both still fine. So hang in there and stay cool. Stress is a killer, you know.