Thank you halbert. I know it won't be fun, but as soon as I get it (hopefully with anesthetic like Propofol) I will be able to move on. I have spent whole day in my office reading life stories over here at HW, checking the date of joing, date of last visit and compared it to their dx. It was not fun either. The more I know about
cancer, the more I am sure it simply can't be fully treated. It most likely will return one day
Also finished reading of the book I mentioned in my previous post. I found a few things that fit into my situation.
"Similarly, a decrease in the amount of fluid ejaculated, a problem that results when the ejaculatory ducts become blocked by the tumor (this blockage can also cause blood in the semen), can be written off as normal aging."
No blood in my case, but it is like a year ago or even more when I have noticed decrease of the fluid.
"Well, it could be that the cause of your low testosterone is prostate cancer. Prostate cancer—especially extensive, high-grade cancer—produces a substance that lowers testosterone."
Noticed I temporarily lost interest in sex and my muscles seem to be somehow weaker. Other than that I have no fatigue and other symptomps of low testosterone. Have read today that average freeTestosterone should be 91pg/ml in my age. When there is an agressive PCa it drops to 45pg/ml. Will go to the lab on Monday to get tested. Hope results will ease my mind a bit.
With my PHI 51+ statistics offers 32.9 probability of PCa. There still seems to be little hope to be cancer free, at least for now.
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