Good Morning Mal,
I won't try to improve on the encouragement the others gave you to be patient.
Our thoughts are that your "microscopic evidence" will find no
(From some recent research, I would avoid multi-vitamins with folate until the PSA goes undetectable.)
I did have one unsubstantiated idea that,
by keeping your exercise metabolism rate up with extra walking-
- this might help your system remove any residual PSA a little faster.
Even if this is just another wild idea, still a little more fresh air and the increase
in strength and endurance helped my attitude post-surgery quite a bit.
Banking your positive energy is always a good bet!
-state waiting game we play is a challenge for us here on this forum. Concerning your battle -
(and in reference to what others said yesterday about
crying after surgery), everyone faces the unknown. However, after our surgery,
it seems our unknown must be stared down just a little more aggressively!
Except for ED, I have had only good news. My sprits are high.
Still, I still cry a little each day.
It seems to be a much needed rest for my conscious mind.
(I let go of my control freak mentality for a moment and)
- for some unexplained reason I cry,
while I experience inexplicable calm & joy.
Keep your smile on straight!
2 Years of PSA between 4 and 5.5 + Biopsy 23DEC06
Only 5 percent cancer in one of 8 samples. + Gleeson 3+3=6
Radical Prostatectomy 16FEB07 at age 54.
1+" tumor - touching inside edge of gland. + Confined. :)
Pad Free @ 14 weeks. Six Month PSA <.003 :)
At 6 months, ED treated with Pump Exercises & 50mg Viagra Daily
Texas Hill Country FRESH Produce Department Manager
Have you had your 5 colors today?
Post Edited (Cedar Chopper) : 9/29/2007 9:16:41 AM (GMT-6)