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    My husband is 50 his history is as follows PSA Was 2.2 in May 2015               3.8 in Nov 2015               5.4 in May 2016  free PSA 3.8% positive DRE in May 2016 Biopsy August 2016 results: T2b Gleason 7 Left perineural invasion present, 6 of 12 cores were 70 to 95% ad...

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      Update we got a referral to a downtown urologist vs va or military treatment facility and had our initial appointment they did a DRE with three nodules felt and he is now scheduled for a TURP biopsy on 17 August with a fowl of up apt for results on 31 August. Holding my breathe it's not bad news. I will post again with biopsy results are received.

      August 07, 2016 view post
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        Thank you both for your input he has gotten a referral to a downtown urologist vs the VA who wanted biopsy but can't get him in till November. I will take all blood work in with us to urologist. I am sure they will do another psa screen like I said and your book points out his psa rose quiet a bit in one year free psa that low isn't good and dre states asymmetrical nodules at apex and his younger age. Will post updat...

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          My husband is 50 his psa on 05/15 was 2.2 on 11/15 it was 3.4 and on 05/16 up to 5.4 that's a psa jump of 3.2 in one year exactly. His free psa is 3.8% as of 05/16. His dre was positive with nodules noted. He has been scheduled for biopsy. Just wondering what comes next. He has no family history of pca. Thank you Worried wife

          July 04, 2016 view discussion
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