Yeah, this stuff really stinks. Anyway, I have to stay focused, collect information, and make the most informed decision that I can. It was only through my research over the past few weeks that I have come to undertand just how high my odds of recurrence are. I am still waiting to hear back from my surgeon to hear his thoughts. Depending on his response, I will decide what to do next.
PCa, the gift that keeps on giving!!
Sorry, I took some anxiety meds about
30 minutes ago. I should probably go to bed now.
DIAGNOSIS: 09/25/06. Age 49. PSA 4.6. PSA free 2%. Clinical pathology: Gleason 10. Stage T2a.
SURGERY: 11/08/06. RP at Johns Hopkins. Surgical pathology Gleason 10. Stage T3a (positive margins.) Negative seminal vesicles, lymph nodes, and bone scan.
POST OP: 12/15/06: First post op PSA was 0.00.