Hello Harper and Welcome.
My husband at 72 was diagnosed with PSA start 5.9 3+3 and He was on active surveillance for a year before it had moved to 6.3 3+4 T2 and he had to make a decision
His preferred treatment was permanent seed Brachytherapy (You'll find info in the Tool Kit) which is a one off treatment.
Yours seems quite low and I wouldn't have thought from what I read on here that there was any great urgency to do anything.
Except of course, that some men prefer to get it all done and dusted.
Just take your time to review all treatments that are on offer. Get hold of that Tool Kit from this site's publications page. It's a mine of information and will provide the basis of the list of questions advisable to take with you at your next appointment. (Together with a notepad and pen for the answers - you'll never remember all that is said).
Personal experiences and views are just that. That which seems to suit one and be effective doesn't always follow that all men will feel or react the same so research carefully.
Best Wishes and Good Luck. Sandra
Edited by member 15 Oct 2014 at 08:56
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