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You need to see a Urologist that has expertise in Erectile Dysfunction, or search online for a doctor in...More
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Reply: prostate cancer
You might want to look at It has lots of information on treatment options. And also...More
Posted by billh99
Advanced Prostate Cancer Bowel Problems
Hi, My Dad has advanced prostate cancer and is having problems controlling his bowel movements. The...More
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I had Davinci in 2012. Had a lot of problems with the catheter. Developed a hernia where the vertical...More
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Reply: husband had prostate cancer at 43 yrs. old
Hi , first iam sorry to hear about you and your husband and all you have gone through, iam married and have...More
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Reply: aggressive watching psa
Petere, Good luck to you. I was in a similar situation as you. My PSA went from 4 to 6.5 in a year and a...More
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Reply: Incontinance
My husband is 66 and just had the robotics surgery on the 15th and the catherer removed on Thursday. No...More
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How to Determine If a Biopsy Is Necessary
This article references a University of Texas calculator that determines the probability of finding low grade...More
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Reply: T1 Diagnosis
A T1 stage implies that the cancer is completely contained within the prostrate (N0,M0). See ...More
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T1 Diagnosis
My husband is 62 yrs. old.
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Reply: post prostate cancer surgry
Hello, This slideshow on male urinary incontinence provides some product, lifestyle, and diet tips...More
Posted by atti_editor
Metastasized cancer and hormone therapy
Hello Hormone therapy for prostate cancer inhibits the production of male sex hormones (androgens),...More
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Reply: Metastasized cancer and hormone therapy
My Dad had prostate cancer about 8/9 yrs ago. He was cured then with seeds/hormone therapy & radiation. It...More
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Reply: What to expect with Advanced Prostrate Cancer
Thanks Billh99. I have found the local group through my oncology clinic and called this week. I am waiting on...More
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Reply: my father PSA level is 9.34, is it necessary to go...
9.34 is fairly high and likely indicative of prostate cancer. And a biopsy is the only way of know for sure and...More
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Reply: Current conversations
Finasteride is not used to treat prostate cancer, which is what this forum is about.
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Reply: PSA 11.1
A number of things can cause high PSA level. Recently riding a bike, having sex the previous day,...More
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Reply: Prostate
Thanks for this. I see they do Nano Knife at Sloan Kettering in New York. Would you think Sloan...More
Posted by davidstein6314
Ductal Prostate Cancer
I had a radical prostatectomy and like the biopsy the cell type was ductal prostate cancer. I am having...More
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Ductal Prostate Cancer
I had a radical prostatectomy and like the biopsy the cell type was ductal prostate cancer. I am having...More
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Reply: maximum amount of proton beam radiation
One of the advantages of modern radiation is that it is highly directive to reduce the damage to other areas. ...More
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Reply: Having a psa of 7.9 scared
Had mri 2 suspicious lesions with the largest in the left peripheral zone in the mid section of the gland...More
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Reply: Headaches and Viagra
I believe that's the normal side effect of Viagra. Anyways, have you heard about avanafil? It is the latest...More
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Reply: prevents your colon from harmful wastes
Together with regular screening, lifestyle changes that support colon health may also help lower your risk....More
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Reply: PSA elevated
When a man in that age group goes to the doctor for a prostate checkup, he's generally given a blood test to...More
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Psa of 7.9 after six month checkup
In jan I had psa 3.3- I also have an enlarged prostate. Went to urologist on 8/1 and he said dre was fine...More
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Reply: prostate surgery & penis size
I did not have my prostate removed, but I had also noted a decrease in size. Sometimes it even looks like I...More
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Reply: danger?
I could not find any studies, just articles like these. ...More
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