I don't understand what "no mo" means - can you explain?
I think what they're saying is that you may have microscopic amounts of cancer cells that have spread elsewhere in your body, but which are currently too small to detect. Or, of course, you may not - that's the problem with something being undetectable!
I'm in the same boat, by the way. My PSA at diagnosis was 32, which is pretty high for localised PCa (which is my current diagnosis), but no external mets detected. I have my RT planning session on 4th Feb, so I'm about a month behind you. In my case I've been told they're going to irradiate both the prostate and the surrounding lymph nodes, to try to destroy any cancer cells that may have spread there.
If you've not already done so, I'd suggest downloading the information sheets that are available on this site - they're extremely useful. The PCUK nurses (freephone number at the top of the screen) are also incredibly helpful.
All the very best for your treatment,
Edited by member 31 Dec 2018 at 15:03
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