Hi Maldugs: Like AEG, I'm confused too. Both of my post-op PSA scores were less than 0.1 (which is twice as high as yours) and were considered undetectable. I've been told that diagnostic methods can differ, in terms of the sensitivity and calibtration of the machines doing the analyses. Perhaps at your medical center/lab they have a way to determine an "absolute zero" PSA score?
I have a feeling your doctor is setting you up with a radiation oncologist as a precautionary measure.
O.05 sounds really good to me -- I'll take that score all day long -- all life long!
Keep your chin up.
D.O.B - 8/9/52
PSA: First ever was 9.8 in late Oct. ‘06, two weeks later, 10.1
Biopsy results 11/22/06. Both lobes involved. Six out of eight cores positive - from 100 percent to 90, to 60, to 50, two 20s and two zeros.
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. Volume of tumor much less than biopsy suggested. 12 percent overall.
First post-surgery PSA -- Undetectable, 2/20/07
Second post-surgery PSA -- Undetectable, 9/11/07