So it appears RT is your primary treatment. The RO released you following treatment. Interesting. He must be a confident practitioner. It’s fortunate that you’re an educated patient who knows what to do post treatment. I guess you can monitor your PSA through your GP. Should you have a recurrence your next stop would be a PCa MO. Seeing an MO now doesn’t make sense to me, but it would be nice to have someone to help you interpret the PSA bounces that can come with primary RT.
I hate to think about the guys the RO has pushed out door who think they’re done, and may not be monitoring their PSA.
I hope the RT nailed it, and that you are done. Good luck!
I am honestly pissed. I had a bad potassium test in July. The RO called me to tell me (surprise!) however when he called he had no clue what he was treating me with. I had to refresh his memory.
Then last week my final test results came back and my Kidney function has tanked. Tanked. Not even a call.(That is another thread)
I heard nothing about
Lupron causing kidney damage.... well I am now ****ed!
(and I was pro active, I did take ownership. I, not the RO, reached out to a nephrologist prior to taking the darned drug. He said it was fine.
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