Re: Husband finished treatment
I'm glad he got through treatment. The worst of that is over, thankfully.
I may have mentioned before that the best remedy for many of the deleterious effects of radiation and hormone therapy is exercise. Recent evidence shows it also boosts the immune response.
PSA of .08 sounds good to me, but expect it to go up as the Lupron wears off. There's a lot of irritated prostate tissue that will be releasing PSA into his bloodstream. It will slowly go down over time, and bounces are normal (in fact, they are associated with excellent outcomes). So while it's important to monitor PSA for several years, don't react too much to small or slow changes. Two years out and my PSA is still declining slowly, which is just fine with me.
Testosterone may stay low for a year or more. Everyone's different. Mine was low for about 18 months after RT, but then came back to very good levels. Again, exercise, especially weight-bearing, will be important while his T is low. If it doesn't come back eventually, it may be possible to take some measures to increase it. But for now, you don't want to do anything that might artificially interfere with his PSA.