Hi everyone. Writing to ask advice. I know the dr is supposed to be your guide but when you feel uneasy its best to ask I think. Husband had the surgery to remove prostate, robotic. PSA is now up to a 1.02 less than a year out. Was told he would "eventually" need the shots of Luperon? His gleason was nearly 10 on post pathology reports. Being aggressive do any of you think waiting is a good idea on shots? They have him set up with a appt in Vanderbilt in August for a bone scan and new PSA that day. This being March that really bugs me. I have heard about a choline test you can get in Rochester , asked about it, they told me its too early? My daughter works for a urologist, his thoughts, no I wouldn't wait, id get shots now , he said he has to get them anyway no risk if it were me. So I am throwing this out there, maybe someone can explain it to me . He had some cancer cells in one lymph tissue sample after surgery , they had originally thought it was contained. I would appreciate any thoughts you have. PS, everyone tells me this Dr Smith is one of the best drs in the South , just really riddled why he would wait???