I can’t throw any light on your situation, David was Gleason 9 Tb3 locally advanced, he had three years Prostrap as he was told this was the best option for his “curative path” He has no history of heart problems and he is fairly fit. You could always ask for a second opinion of trends and practice do change with medical advances.
David has completed 3yrs HT, he also had HDR Brachytherapy and 5 weeks of RT. When he came off the HT his PSA was 0.1 for a year, his last PSA was 0.2 and we are hoping to get a low score tomorrow when we get his results ( fingers more than crossed) I’ve come to the conclusion consultants all have their own opinions and many differ, it does not seem to be a consistent approach.
David is a bit wobbly pre PSA, so am I, but on the whole we get on with life! But have the three month PSA stress, which seems pretty general.
Hope this helps a bit.