PSA test today. 18 months since I finished my RT, so in theory my PSA should be pretty much at the nadir. Six months ago it was 1.4 so we'll see what it is now. I was on bicalutimide, on which PSA never goes really low as it does with the injected HT, so 1.4 is an entirely reasonable figure. My oncologist told me at the start he'd regard treatment as having been "successful" if the nadir was below 2, so I've already achieved that.
Quite surprised to find that I'm getting pretty stressed about the results. There's really no reason for me to worry, but still I do. I guess "test anxiety" never really goes away, does it?
This test was done at the local hospital rather than my GP's, so I don't know if I'll find out the results via my GP or if I'll have to wait for my phone consultation on 4th Nov. Time will tell, I suppose.
In good health generally. I've lost over two stone since June with a combination of dieting and exercise, and feel a lot better for it. Still need to lose another two stone before I'll no longer be clinically "obese", but I'll get there!
Hope everyone's doing well,