Jul 23, 2014 - 9:20 am
Nov. 13, 2014 PSA-5.22 Enlarged prostate. Age 57
Nov. 20, 2014. PSA-5.41
Feb. 12, 2014. Radical Prostectomy Gleason Score 7 (3+4). One percent of prostate involved. Lympth nodes, seminal vesicles, and margins were clear. Excellent recovery - no incontinence or erectile dysfunction.
June 2, 2014. PSA-2.6
June 3, 2014- PSA-3.?
June 24, 2014. Bone Scan - negative
july, 19, 2014. CT Scan - Abd. and Pelvic - negative
Our surgeon is perplexed and has referred us to an oncology radiologist.
My question is what could cause PSA to rise so high? I jokingly asked the surgeon if my husband had two prostates.
We would appreciate any input.