Mar 21, 2014 - 6:03 pm
Fathers Son here,
My dad was just told his PSA was 30. In 2008 his PSA was 11 and did a biopsy with negative results. He never new he was suppose to follow up on anything. He does see his Doctor 3 times a year for blood work for his sugar. I don't know if the Doctor was watching this all along, or just caught it because of him getting a physical for a truck driving licence, The Doctor sent him for a MRI. He did go for a MRI and was told there was a small spot on his prostate. He now has another biopsy at the end of the month, After reading some of the forums a PSA of 30 is not good at all. My question is if his PSA is 30 what are the odd that the cancer left the prostate? i'm guessing he has prostate cancer because of the MRI results. I know nobody can tell me this for sure but but I'm just nervous after reading some other forums because I googled PSA 30 and it sounds like doom and gloom.. I nervous . Dad is 70 years old.