Has anyone experienced difficulty continuing to work while undergoing radiation therapy (EBRT)? I understand about 45 treatments are required, one a day, 5 days a week, for about 9 weeks. This is a long time to be off work.View Thread
I recently had a physical where they took blood samples. My PSA level was 44.4. The doctor thought there was a mistake so another test was performed and the PSA level was 44.8. Now the doctor would like to do a biopsy. Is this normal?View Thread
I am 59, I had the Da Vinci robotic surgery 3 months ago. The doctor said to me after that he was only able to spare 30% of my nerves and that he is concern about my erection ability. I have been taking cialis daily and i feel my penis fuller when i masterbate.
The doctor advised to try muse or injection to the penis to see which works. I have tried the muse - I get fuller but not strong enough for penetration. Does anyone have any ideas for me?View Thread
I am scheduled to have a prostate ultrasound this afternoon at 2pm. Prep for the proceedure involves...
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I am scheduled to have a prostate ultrasound this afternoon at 2pm. Prep for the proceedure involves administering a fleet enema 2 hours before test. It is now nearly 10am. I have not had my morning bowel movement yet. Should I just adminsiter the enema now??View Thread
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