I have been rejected romantically since my diagnoses. We can not talk about it. and I fell like my wife is drawing further away from me.I do not know what to do. I have asked all my doctors to refer me to some one to talk to, with no results. Is anyone but me going thru this and if so what did you do? I am going nuts I have been in a monogamous relationship for almost 25 years. I have never considered cheating on my wife, untill now. I really need to talk to someone. I love my wife with all my heart. I am considering leaving her. We had a deal if we every wanted or needed someone else we would say so and leave. I am really lost and confusedView Thread
I was diagnosed in 08 my psa was 87. I went for radiation treatment then lupron every 90 days. I never needed a cath. I will tell you radiation will make your hips hurt. they sat it is not a side effect but everyone I talk to tells me the same thing. I had a burning rectum. felt like bad hemorrhoids. other than that I had very few side effects. If the lupron is not screwing your head up radiation should be no problem. my PSA is .006 at this point. the Lupron is my problem my head is really screwed up can not seem to find helpView Thread
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