how to lower PSA

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how to lower PSA

by WaterlooDon on Thu Feb 09, 2012 05:39 AM

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Had RP over 6 yrs. ago and my PSA score has been rising steadily to it`s current level of 1.42 from a low of .27

My urologist wants me to on a total androgen blockade and I am looking for an alternative intervention that will lower my PSA or at least keep it at the current level.

Suggestions please .

RE: how to lower PSA

by skidan on Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:49 PM

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On Feb 09, 2012 5:39 AM WaterlooDon wrote:

Had RP over 6 yrs. ago and my PSA score has been rising steadily to it`s current level of 1.42 from a low of .27

My urologist wants me to on a total androgen blockade and I am looking for an alternative intervention that will lower my PSA or at least keep it at the current level.

Suggestions please .

I don't blame you at all, who wants to be chemically castrated. Personally I would rather die than live that way. I have helped others lower their psa naturally and I have been successful in lowering mine from 2.39 to 0.40 over the last 6 years.

First of all you want to check your vitamin D level, if you live in a cold climate moist likely your deficient. I take 5000 IU a day of Vitamin D3.

Secondly you need to take pomegranate extract between 500 to 1000mg a day. There are more supplements and life style changes you need to do .  Stay away from omega 6 which is found in all corn products, fatty meats, processed meats, it is what feeds the cancer.

Try to eat organic as much as possible. Stay away from all soda pops. filter your water. If you would like to know more about it, please check out my web site especially resources and results.

www.alternativeprostatecancer.com

Dan

RE: how to lower PSA

by genemyers on Fri Feb 10, 2012 04:09 AM

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I would echo what skidan has said and consider adding the supplements of resveratrol and curcumin.  I would also go on the healthiest diet you can maintain and add exercise to the mix. 

You can go on a diet/supplement/exercise routine and then take the psa test again after a couple of months and see if your psa has stabilized. Assuming you do not have a very high Gleeson score, you are likely to stabilize the psa with this.

If this does not work, some physicians will give a combination of an anitandrogen and a 5α-reductase inhibitor, without the Lupron. With this milder approach to hormonal therapy, you get the cancer suppression without the Lupron which is what takes your testosterone away and causes most of the side effects. In a recent study of this program, the average time to psa progression was over 7 years.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cncr.26732/abstra

 

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