May I suggest, in the words of the late-lamented Michael Winner, that you ‘Calm down dear’?
A cancer diagnosis is devastating for anyone, but again, you may console yourself that PCa is about the least worst one you can get. If you had pancreatic, lung or liver cancer it’s unlikely we would be corresponding for too much longer.
Great news that the Cambridge hospital does not offer the TRUS biopsy, and frankly, you can’t do much until you get the results of your biopsy. Otherwise you are just thrashing around in the water, looking at treatments for a cancer you still might not have.
If you are diagnosed with PCa, and depending on the extent of it and its grading/staging, there are plenty of guys here to offer advice as to treatment regimes.
Please speak with a surgeon and an oncologist, and if you want, get second opinions from two more.
Everyone in your situation searches the web for ‘alternative’ treatments such as Nano-Knife, HIFU, etc. A tiny fraction of men try them, and most are at the trial stage. ‘Old Barry’ here knows more than most about HIFU, if you feel the need for it.
I am afraid there is more waiting to be done, first for your biopsy date, then some weeks for your possible ‘Dear John’ results consultation, and then another wait whilst considering treatment options. So just carry on and try to concentrate on more important matters than a potentially curable affliction.
Edited by member 09 May 2021 at 07:17
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