Sorry to hear that it's cancer but I'm sure that you will come through fine. There are many options for prostate cancer and they all have varying degrees of success. While in treatment consider taking natural prostate supplements like Super Beta Prostate that isn't a scam but may actually help you recover faster.View Thread
Sorry to hear that it's cancer but I'm sure that you will come through fine. There are many options for prostate cancer and they all have varying degrees of success. While in treatment consider taking natural prostate supplements like Super Beta Prostate. Super Beta Prostate scam is not real but may actually help you recover faster.View Thread
Rises in PSA are not sure signs of cancer. Even normal prostate enlargement could cause PSA to rise. Read Super Beta Prostate supplement review s to see how different men feel about natural prostate supplements. Beta-sitosterol has been clinically shown to support prostate health, it's worth looking in to.View Thread
So many men are confused over this same topic, so at least you're not alone. Try consulting another urologist in your area. If I were you, I'd try and find other ways of determining if this is cancer. Read up on Super Beta Prostate reviews and other reviews to see which supplement are effective in increasing prostate health. Hope you find the right answer !View Thread
I am glad you found the right diagnosis and that it wasn't cancer. I've been reading up on prostate health and from what I understand what you eat can actually help the prostate. According to Super Beta Prostate reviews , prostate supplements have had some success in improving prostate health as well. It might help the PSA stay low and without side-effects because it's natural.View Thread
The PSA value is not a magic number that immediately tell you what is wrong. That is why testing like the doctor here recommends is necessary and I hope you can find a doctor that will help you get the best diagnosis by the safest methods. Remember that you can develop a healthy prostate with the right diet and supplements like I've been reading in Super Beta Prostate reviews .View Thread
So if you're not experiencing the typical symptoms of prostate problems, you should get a second opinion before you go for a second biopsy. If you're reading any Super Beta Prostate reviews , you know that it can help promote prostate health which is something you dialogue with the doc about as well.View Thread
That's a pretty good answer right here. I'd just want to add that since I've been reading Super Beta Prostate reviews , taking prostate supplements might be a good option too. It might affect your PSA levels as well.View Thread
Biopsies are pretty invasive and can have serious side-effects so I wouldn't recommend it much. Get a second opinion from another doctor and also read up on prostate supplements like Super Beta Prostate reviews . You might find someone who was in the same situation as you.View Thread
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