Still looking good

jeffman Member Posts: 46 Member

I just had my latest PSA ultrasensative test (a few months late because of Covid precautions) and after 33 months still showing <0.01ng/mL


I have my 6 month follow-up/MRI after a partial nephrectomy this past January coming up in 3 weeks and hoping for more positive news.



Just thinking that  the term "new normal" is nothing new to many of us here.





  • Clevelandguy
    Clevelandguy Member Posts: 1,084 Member
    edited June 2020 #2
    Great news

    Hi Jeffman,

    Hopefully many more undetectables in the future for ya..........

    Dave 3+4

  • lighterwood67
    lighterwood67 Member Posts: 384 Member
    Glad to here

    Always glad to hear good news.  Hopefully this will continue.  Best of kuck on your journey.

  • Damp
    Damp Member Posts: 25 Member
    edited June 2020 #4
    My results

    I recently had my 3 yr. prostatectomy/diverticulotomy follow up, and the positive part is that my psa is still undectable.  However, my incontinence hasn't improved much if at all.  My issues are very inconsistent.  I can go several nights being dry, and for no apparent reason I will have several wet nights.  Day time is different.  Again, there are days when I can go most of the day without changing my diaper, but then there are days when I can change 2-3 times.  Accept for retaining more than I should, not being able to completly relax my bladder sphincter, and having a large capacity bladder, my tests are fairly normal.  My urologist has suggested further treatments, but at 73 yrs. of age, and now dealing with heart disease I really don't want anymore invasive procedures.  I will be having a pacemaker implanted in a few weeks which is adding to my anxiety.  Am I giving up?  Maybe.  My heart problems are taking center stage at his point of my life.  Needing to wear diapers seems minor in comparison.

  • VascodaGama
    VascodaGama Member Posts: 3,692 Member
    edited July 2020 #5
    "new normal"


    Great news on the Zeros. Let us enjoy the news on continuing remission.