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mattmans5
Posts: 70
Joined: Jan 2011

I will be have my 6 month post surgery check up wed

psa after surgery was undetectable ,

maybe I will get zeros again , I have been doing ok , no pads , had nerve sparing surgery , and I guess it could be worse , I had a hard time with Drug companies , filling prescriptions ,

just wanted to check in I guess I am a little anxious about p.s.a result

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lewvino
Posts: 1007
Joined: May 2009

Its normal to have those feelings of anxiety before your psa test! I still do and I'm almost at the 2 year mark. Let us know your result and we will all be hopping for a good result on the test!

Lewvino

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ProfWagstaff
Posts: 98
Joined: Jun 2010

I agree with Lewvino. I still have those feelings, too. In fact, when they're drawing the blood, I stare intently as it goes into the vial trying to see if I can determine anything with my naked eyes. Of course, I can't but it doesn't stop me from trying.
Keeping my fingers crossed for another zero for you, mattman!

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VascodaGama
Posts: 1573
Joined: Nov 2010

All will be OK.
Do not be anxious. Enjoy and go out with your family.

VG

BOBfromNJ
Posts: 32
Joined: Feb 2011

Good luck tomorrow Joe. Say hi to Dr. Eastham for me. My appointment is July 13th. I am sure all will be good. Let us know how you make out. I'll be thinking of you and wishing you good results.
Take care,
Bob

marc1957
Posts: 79
Joined: Oct 2009

It is always that way, fear of the unknown !

Relax and enjoy your cancer free post surgery time!!

-marc

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