Thank you all for answering my concerns. I will try to stay positive not just for me but for my husband. I know deep inside he feels helpless. Men usually don't express how they feel like women. I haven't cried like this for a long time. I am the type that always expects the worse. I felt like this before we went to get the biopsy results. The 1st Urologist said 1 out of 3 men who get biospy have cancer. That day he did 3. One was my husband and wouldn't you know it was him. The other 2 men were much older. That day I tried to think positive but broke down as soon as he said the results. I couldn't help myself. Everytime I do this my husband asks me "now what have you found out?" The 1st Urologist said stay off the computer it will drive you crazy. He was right. I am just hoping that the 3 tests tomorrow will come out negative. I want the cancer to be confined to the gland and I want him to be cancer free so he can feel that he will live a healthly normal and long life with me. We are adoptive parents of a special needs child 9years old now. He loves her and she loves him. I need him in our lifes. It's difficult being in the medical profession. I guess I have seen too much in my time. I will keep you posted on the results from his tests. Thank you again for being there...I am glad I found this site.
God bless everyone on this site