07-12-2007 Quote from dinazad on thread started by palahatchie: PSA Anxiety
Hello... I am a new member. Last May, my husband, 48, had Da Vinci surgery. The cancer was T3a and with Gleason 3+ 4 =7; there was capsular penetration. The doctor said the penetration was insignificant. One month after surgery, my husband's PSA was 0.04. He is due for another PSA testing in October this year. Right now, things are back to near normal. My husband seems to have forgotten about his cancer. I do get worried much more than him about the scores; about probabilities. I do want to know more about capsular penetration. Can you please help me?
Hi ~ dinazad,
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Post edited: Changed font to make post smaller for scrolling purposes!!! Dinazad responded!!! Yippeee!!!!!
Post Edited (bluebird) : 8/17/2007 6:45:24 PM (GMT-6)