Jun 18, 2013 - 3:22 pm
Hello again everyone, my dad had his first post-op PSA test performed this morning, and surprisingly, they were able to get the results to us within 20 minutes instead of a week like I was expecting. Anyway, his PSA came back 0.04. Im not sure if this is good or bad, with the prostate being gone, one would think it would be absolute 0, unless prostate cancer cells were still present somewhere else in the body, at the same time though, it is better than 4.2. So my question is this: Does his score mean there is no evidence of disease right now since it is now lower than what it was, or should it be absolute 0 if there is indeed no more cancer present?