Posted by Melody
on December 21, 2000 at 19:32:05:
In Reply to: Re: cancer of the prostate posted by Aussie Dan on September 01, 2000 at 22:10:55:
: : : my father has a prostate cancer. The cancer is very aggresive and has already distributed to the bones. For 4 months he got hormonal treatment, the situation has improved for a while. But now PSA shows cancer is reacting. We are looking for information about ways to stop the cancer even info. on clinic experiment concerning this issue.
: Ronen....I am distressed to hear of the problem your dad is having with Prostate Cancer, I have the same problem, some six years ago I found I was suffering prostate cancer after having a routene "blood test" my P.S.A. reading was eleven
: (normal-zero to four) for some four years I attended a Specialist and we, during that time, elected to use the "wait and watch" routene, eventually my P.S.A. elevated to 26 and biopsy test indicated 2 areas of cancer, early this year I attended 36 treatments of "Radiation Treatment" after this treatment my P.S.A. reading dropped to 3 and is expected to drop further. I wander if your dad has or his doctor has given thought to
: "Radiation Theropy" it at the present time appears to have been benificial in my case, incidently I am 74 years of age, I wish you every success with your problem dad, he is very fortuneate to have such a "caring" person as yourself...Dan Foster. in Australia...
I'm looking for info on the effects of surgical treatment for prostate cancer. I know about Viagra, but having problems with premature ejaculation...I've read about saratonin uptake inhibitors for this, but not any real useful info.HELP!!! My partner and I are still young (in our 40's) and would like to enjoy a healthy sexual relationship. Melody. in Minnisota