I have been on pellet Bio-identicle HRT for approx 2.5 years. My recent PSA blood results received this Friday indicated my PSA has elevated to 4.9 from 1.4 in just 4 months ( I had my annual physical blood in May of this year inclusive of a PSA test). fyi I do plan on getting another PSA test in a week or so and crossing my fingers...
My annual psa scores have ranged form .08 in 1999 to 1.4 in May of 1012 and now the 4.9!
Supplements: I take all the "Top Ten" vitamins as recommended by LEF (Life Extension Foundation ) along with 200 Dimm, Natural Prostate and Enhanced Natural Sleep from LEF.
Has anyone had this experience or something similiar. Does anyone have any thoughts or recommendations. I'm very concerned about the possible cancer indications and the fact that HRT may no longer be advisable.
I am 54 years old, 6'4" 225. Any replys would be greatly appreciatedView Thread
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