On Tuesday Dad's CRP had risen to 460; we managed to get him to the GP surgery and it was decided after a phone discussion with the hepatology dept that he should be admitted to hospital that afternoon. Well that didn't happen because they couldn't find him a bed - in the end they sent an ambulance about 9pm and took him to A&E for a few hours on a trolley, did all the tests again, threatened to send him back home before eventually moving him to a general ward. The silver cloud was that we managed to get the results of loads of the tests done over the last 4 weeks - no bone mets, no liver mets, pancreas clear, lungs clear, stomach clear.
ALP and ALT are still high. He is still very poorly but is no longer yellow - he has been moved to the care of the infectious diseases team who asked him about his sex life. Not sure I really wanted to know that he still takes his Caverject on the cruises with him (and uses them) 😂 They have no idea what is wrong but it isn't PCa related - thought any of you with low stable PSA would be relieved to know that lightning hasn't struck twice.
Thanks for all the support & love x