My husband was diagnosed originally T3a N1 M1b. The local MDT decided HT and chemo/enza as it was incurable.
We did get a second opinion and it went to another MDT, this one disagreed with the M1b so changed from advanced to locally advanced. Surgery still wasn’t a preferred choice but we convinced the surgeon to do the operation….although we went into it knowing all the increased risks (because of age aswell) and that radiotherapy would likely be needed.
He had the op Dec 2021 (removed 14 lymph nodes…1 had cancer), which luckily for us went really well, main side effect is ED which is improving even without any medication. He’s been very fortunate to get to this point and still have an undetectable PSA…next test next week so who knows 🤷🏻♀️🙏🏼
He did have 6 months of HT, last 3 monthly injection was Nov 2021.
Best wishes to you both, when you know exactly what’s going on and have your plan in place things do get easier.
Edited by member 29 Jan 2023 at 17:13
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