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Army45
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   Posted 9/4/2007 6:52 AM (GMT -7)   
Just an encouragement to all of you going through this procedure of having your prostate removed. My details are below but as a follow up, it has now been 14 months and all is pretty well back to normal as before the surgery. No problems with incontinence and no ED problems with or without medication (Cialis).

But patience is the key nono It will not all come back the next day. But for many, it will yeah

Hang in there, stay positive and try everything you are told.

Army45
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)


IdahoSurvivor
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   Posted 9/4/2007 7:33 AM (GMT -7)   
Nice progress, Army!  I'm happy things are working out so well for you. 
 
Yes, patience is a virtue when it comes to this disease and the recovery progress.  Thank you for the inspiration.
 
All the best,
 
Idaho

Da Vinci Surgery July 31, 2007… 54 on surgery day
PSA 4.3  Gleason 3+3=6  T2a  Confined to Prostate

Waiting to take that first post-op PSA

My awareness web site: http://pca-info.blogspot.com

 


biker90
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Total Posts : 1463
   Posted 9/4/2007 9:06 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey Army,

Thanks for the great update. You are right - patience and prostate cancer go together...

Jim
Age 73. Diagnosed 11/03/06. PSA 7.05. Stage T2C Gleason 3+3.
RRP 12/7/06. Nerves and nodes okay.
Pathological stage: T2C. Gleason 3+4. Cancer confined to prostate.
PSAs from  1/3/07 - 7/18/07 0.00. 
T level on 4/2/07 - 48     On 7/16/07 - 613
Started Tri-Mix on 8/7/07.  .02 ml and 50 mg Viagra.  It works!!!
Next PSA and T tests on 10/17/07
 
"Patience is essential, attitude is everything."
 


Tony Crispino
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   Posted 9/4/2007 9:17 AM (GMT -7)   
Good news Army,
Hope you stay the course. This is truly a feel good story.

Tony
Age 45 (44 when Dx)
Pre-op PSA was 19.8
Surgery on Feb 16, 2007
Post-Op Pathology was poor: Gleason 4+3=7, 4 positive margins, Stage pT3b (Stage III)
HT began in May, '07 with Lupron and Casodex 50mg
IMRT radiation for 38 Treatments ending August 3, '07
 
My PSA did drop out after surgery to undetectable.  It has not returned and I will continue HT until January '08.
 
My Life is supported very well by family and friends like you all.
 
STAY POSITIVE!


puget
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Total Posts : 237
   Posted 9/4/2007 10:44 AM (GMT -7)   
It's great to hear good news on all fronts! Thanks.

puget
Puget
60 years old
Dx March 2007
Pre-Surgery Gleason 3+3 = 6
Clinical Stage: T1c
Biopsy: 1 in 10 positive
Da Vinci: June 7, 2007 
Post-Surgery Gleason 3+3 = 6
   Clear at margins
First Post-PSA Sept 07


myman
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Total Posts : 1219
   Posted 9/4/2007 12:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Army,

Great outcome...how many times do you hear of a downgraded Gleason score?!
Sounds like things are steadily improving for you. It's good for all to hear and know that it can happen!

Bless you,
Susan
Husband Diagnosed 11/17/05 Age: 63 No Symptoms
PSA: 7.96, Positive DRE
Biopsy Right: 6 of 6 Cores Positive Biopsy Left: 1 of 6 Cores Positive
Gleason: 4+3 = 7 Stage: T2B N0 MX
3 mo. PSA Post Surgery: 11.8, 12.9, 13.9 Bone scan, CT scan, Endorectal MRI, Chest XR - neg.
9/06/06: 6 mo. PSA: 18.8 Distant lymph node involvement Start HT Lupron 3 mo. shots
12/06/06: PSA 0.8
03/07/07: PSA 0.3
06/06/07: PSA 0.1
Next PSA 9/05


kdnole
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Total Posts : 152
   Posted 9/4/2007 2:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Great news Army! I am very happy thus far with my recovery after 5 weeks. If it weren't for the great support here and pushing the patience part of recovering from PCa it would have been more difficult.
Age 44
PSA 4.8
Gleason 3+3=6
T2
Da Vinci 7/31/07 @ Duke
2.5 hr. surgery, released from Duke with in 14 hrs.
Saved both nerve bundles. 
Foley out 8/10/08
Positive Pathology Report 
New Gleason 7
Left side near nerve bundle invloved
Oncology visit in the near future for radiation
Back to work 3 weeks following surgery - Sales


maldugs
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   Posted 9/4/2007 5:18 PM (GMT -7)   

Good news Army! I am 5 weeks out from surgery, and doing ok, fully continent, except for a few dribbles (which happened before surgery anyway) had a bit of a setback with wound, as I got impatient and did too much last week, and developed a slight opening along the stitch line, with some blood under the skin, so had to go back to the doc and have the blood removed with a fine needle (and got roasted by the Doc) so a warning to others, don't get impatient and strain yourself...the scar is healing ok now.

Sweating on the PSA, will know on 26th.

Regards Mal.


age 66 PSA 5.8 DRE slightly firm Rt
Biopsy 2nd July 07 5 out of 12 positive
Gleason 3+4=7  right side tumour adenocarcinoma stage T2a
RP on 30th July,
Post op Pathology, tumour stage T3a 4+3=7, microcsopic evidence of capsular penetration, seminal vessels, bladder neck, free of tumour, lymph nodes clear, no evidence of metastatic malignancy, tumour does not extend to the apical margins.


PianoMan
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Total Posts : 365
   Posted 9/4/2007 7:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Congratulations and thanks for the post Army.  Your's is a story we all hope to have for ourselves.  On this board, it's nice to hear from you "Veterans" who are years out and still doing well  after surgery, post-op treatments etc.
Keep the good news coming.
Tom


55 years old

PSA = First ever was 9.8 in late Oct. ‘06, two weeks later, 10.1

DRE: Negative

Biopsy results 11/22/06 (6 out of 8 cores positive), both lobes, Gleason 3+3 = 6

Da Vinci Robotic RP surgery, City of Hope, Jan 12, 2007

Post surgery pathology – Organ confined, Gleason still 6, margins clear.

First post-surgery PSA -- Undetectable, 2/20/07

Post Edited (PianoMan) : 9/7/2007 10:45:32 PM (GMT-6)


mvesr
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   Posted 9/4/2007 8:03 PM (GMT -7)   
HI Army. Great news. I am very happy for you and hope it will be good forever.

Mika-mvesr

M. Kat
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Total Posts : 715
   Posted 9/4/2007 8:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Great news Army! yes, patience is so important in recovering from PCa. thanks for sharing your success story. kat
Husband Jeff 56 years old diagnosed July 27, 2006
PSA 6.5, 2 positive areas in biopsy, Gleason 3+3=6
Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy August 30, 2006
pathology report - all clear - cancer gone
1st post-surgery PSA test <0.1, 2nd post-surgery PSA test <0.1, 3rd PSA <0.1
no more pads Oct 12, 2006
first "real" erection with use of pump 12/16/06
3/07 - occasional dribbles and erections with Cialis and pump


Army45
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Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/19/2007 7:08 AM (GMT -7)   
M. Kat said...
Great news Army! yes, patience is so important in recovering from PCa. thanks for sharing your success story. kat

Thanks Kat, I was looking for you and couldn't find you anywhere. So glad Jeff is doing well.

I really appreciate all the kind words and feedback from so many. If I can be of any help or encouragement to anyone, write to me.

Hang in there!

Army45
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:36 AM (GMT -7)   
IdahoSurvivor said...
Nice progress, Army! I'm happy things are working out so well for you.



Yes, patience is a virtue when it comes to this disease and the recovery progress. Thank you for the inspiration.



All the best,



Idaho

Thanks IdahoSurvivor, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:38 AM (GMT -7)   
biker90 said...
Hey Army,

Thanks for the great update. You are right - patience and prostate cancer go together...

Jim


Thanks biker90, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:38 AM (GMT -7)   
TC-LasVegas said...
Good news Army,
Hope you stay the course. This is truly a feel good story.

Tony


Thanks TC-LasVegas, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:41 AM (GMT -7)   
puget said...
It's great to hear good news on all fronts! Thanks.

puget


Thanks Puget, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:42 AM (GMT -7)   
myman said...
Army,

Great outcome...how many times do you hear of a downgraded Gleason score?!
Sounds like things are steadily improving for you. It's good for all to hear and know that it can happen!

Bless you,
Susan


Thanks myman, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:45 AM (GMT -7)   
kdnole said...
Great news Army! I am very happy thus far with my recovery after 5 weeks. If it weren't for the great support here and pushing the patience part of recovering from PCa it would have been more difficult.


Thanks kdnole, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:46 AM (GMT -7)   
maldugs said...
Good news Army! I am 5 weeks out from surgery, and doing ok, fully continent, except for a few dribbles (which happened before surgery anyway) had a bit of a setback with wound, as I got impatient and did too much last week, and developed a slight opening along the stitch line, with some blood under the skin, so had to go back to the doc and have the blood removed with a fine needle (and got roasted by the Doc) so a warning to others, don't get impatient and strain yourself...the scar is healing ok now.

Sweating on the PSA, will know on 26th.

Regards Mal.


Thanks maldugs, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum. Hang in there and it will all come back. Has the wound healed? How are you feeling?
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:48 AM (GMT -7)   
PianoMan said...
Congratulations and thanks for the post Army. Your's is a story we all hope to have for ourselves. On this board, it's nice to hear from you "Veterans" who are years out and still doing well after surgery, post-op treatments etc.
Keep the good news coming.

Tom


Thanks PianoMan, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 9/27/2007 8:48 AM (GMT -7)   
mvesr said...
HI Army. Great news. I am very happy for you and hope it will be good forever.

Mika-mvesr


Thanks mvesr, I appreciate all the support and information that I got from all the folks at this forum.
Blessings,
Army45 yeah
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for November'07


mariateresa
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Date Joined Jun 2007
Total Posts : 95
   Posted 9/27/2007 4:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Very encouraging!!! Thank you Army!

Maria Teresa
Husband Age 55 Maria Teresa age 44
Total PSA 8 on 05/21/07
DRE: prostate bumpy
Biopsy on 07/16/07: 5 out of 8 cores positive, Gleason Score 8 (3+4+5)**
CT of the abd/pelvis; Bone Scan; Xrays done on 08/13/07: Normal
Robotic Surgery Scheduled for September 11, 2007 - Cancelled due to anesthesia complications
Robotic Surgery September 25, 2007

**"Report to the Nation on Prostate Cancer" published by the Prostate Cancer Foundation, page 11: "In some cases, the pathologist might identify a third pattern, which is less common but that has a higher grade than either of the first two patterns that comprised the Gleason score. The presence of this third pattern might indicate that the tumor is more aggressive than the Gleason score would otherwise imply. For example, if a Gleason 4+3 tumor also has some grade 5 cells, the cancer would be considered as being of higher grade disease overall."


Army45
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 46
   Posted 12/17/2007 11:42 AM (GMT -7)   
M. Kat said...
Great news Army! yes, patience is so important in recovering from PCa. thanks for sharing your success story. kat


Hi, sorry to not be around so much any more. Good news. My 19 month PSA was also undectable and next one scheduled for June 2008. All going great!!
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in April 2006. Age 61 and no other medical problems - only take Thyroxin for thyroid but that has been for 40 years.
Surgery on July 7th, 2006 to remove prostate
PSA 7.5, Gleason 7 but downgraded to 6 after surgery biopsy.
T1-2
Lymph glands clean and cancer all gone - all within prostate.
Very minor leaking that ended after 3-4 months (1 pad per day)
2 month checkup - PSA "undetectable" 8 month check up PSA still "undetectable"
18 month check up (Dec 10/07) still "undectable" RIGHT ON!!
No further tests or treatment except PSA every 6 months.
Viaga now working and no longer use the Vacurect pump (for sale if any one interested! 1/2 price, all the rings and easily sterilized)
No longer any ED problems.
Next PSA scheduled for June 2008


myman
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Date Joined Feb 2007
Total Posts : 1219
   Posted 12/17/2007 12:03 PM (GMT -7)   
Great news...as if you have to be told...Merry Christman & all good things in 2008!

Continued good PSA's to you, Army45,
Susan
Husband Diagnosed 11/17/05 Age: 63 No Symptoms
PSA: 7.96, Positive DRE
Biopsy Right: 6 of 6 Cores Positive Biopsy Left: 1 of 6 Cores Positive
Gleason: 4+3 = 7 Stage: T2B N0 MX
3 mo. PSA Post LRP Surgery: 11.8, 12.9, 13.9 Bone scan, CT scan, Endorectal MRI, Chest XR - neg.
09/06/06: 6 mo. PSA: 18.8 Distant lymph node involvement Start HT Lupron 3 mo. shots
12/06/06: PSA 0.8
03/07/07: PSA 0.3
06/06/07: PSA 0.1
09/05/07: PSA 0.1
11/27/07: PSA 0.1


norskie
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Date Joined Jan 2007
Total Posts : 376
   Posted 12/17/2007 1:54 PM (GMT -7)   
Good news on your latest PSA, have a safe and happy holiday season and enjoy!

Norskie
norskie
Age 49, PSA 6.22 on 9-26-06
Biopsy 11-01-06, 2 of 13 cores 10% cancer, 2 other cores abnormal Up-dated 20% prostate cancerous
Gleason score 3+3=6 After Pathology report 3+4=7 some agressive 5 cells found
Da Vinci surgery 01-09-07 UW Madison
Pathology Report- cancer 100 % capsual contained 1-18-07
Catheter removed 1-18-07 suffered bladder spasms Catheter reattached 1-18-07
Catheter removed 2nd time 1-24-07
1st Post PSA Blood Test 3-22-07 <.1 Undetectable
2nd Post PSA Blood Test 7/5/07 <.1 Undetectable
3nd Post PSA Blood Test 11-12-07 .2 monitoring
Next Poat PSA Blood Test Scheduled for 1-17-08
Incontenence-Pad free since end of May 07 4 1/2 months post surgery 
ED back to 95% prior to surgery - no medication required.

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