I entered into a clinical study using the same scan as you are considering August/2018 with a PSA =1.17. 2positve Presacral nodes were identified. Surgeon said it would be difficult to remove due to the small size and
location of the nodes.Recomended radiation and ADT. Radiated the prostate bed and focused on the nodes. As part of the study, you can get another scan within 3 years of the first one. I will wait until PSA rises to a level where a scan will identify more cancer if any.
Age =70, 12/12 psa=6.6, DRE, lump on prostate. 1/13 BX, 2 of the 8 core biopsies PCa, G=3+4=60%, 4+3=40% of tumor, CT=NEG, BS=NEG,CS= T3A N1. RRP with LN, 4/13. BX, 2mm in LN. 13 cc gland PSA= 2.8 6/13, PSA=3.1 12/13, PSA=2.82 3/18, PSA=1.17 6/18, PSMA PET scan 8/18= 2 presacral LN+ , 3 weeks Casodex 9/18, 6 months Lupron 9/18, 6 weeks RT 11/18https://daveincoldstream.blogspot.com