Hello all, my dad(70) had a routine blood test and found out his PSA was 12.2, he had not had a PSA for many years. Went to a urologist who felt something on the DRE- did the 12 core biopsy and 4 cores were positive- 2 were 8 and 2 were 7 all with high %. There was nothing found on the right side, only the left. Went in for the bone scan and the CT expecting it to be clear- hot spots found on the sacrum, legs, spine and possibly the skull (had previous surgery on the skull so not sure). I am just dumfounded- how can he have so much cancer and his PSA only be 12. He also feels great, no pain, everything else is great! We go next Monday for the full reading of the scans as the dr only had notes from the person who read the scan. Help me wrap my brain around this and think of what to do and ask next at this appointment. Thanks so much!