I tend to agree with this LynEyre. One set of numbers, or rang, does not fit all.
I had a PSA under four, 3.89, but I also peed a lot especially at night, min 3 time, which takes it toll all on its own.
A scan showed up two masses and the biopsy results were positive across both. Whilst showing as a slow growth cancer one was located on the prostate wall and is a cause for concern so removing it completely is the priority and therefore graded as a T3a disease. To my first point.
In my limited, and not to be taken in anyway competent, it seems there are a number of check points that individually will trigger further investigation.
In a funny sort of way the very supportive surgeon started with, you will recover from This, and then went through the concern's. A little confusing but he and the Macmillan nurse were great.
Work with the specialists and use your research to understand things a little better.
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