Been on this drug for 4 months and PSA is still rising past 100 (at much slower rate though). I also hate how I feel on it - really yucky, super fatigued and brain fogged (nasal blockage issues too). All this only really started in the past 6 weeks or so. Also finding exercise extremely difficult - steady walking for approx a mile or so a day is all I can manage really. I took a day off the Enza pills here and here in the past week or two and I felt so much better - more positive and like my old self.
Anyone transitioned to a different ADT drug instead after several months? I think the NHS gives you one or the other - Enza or Abi.
Really wondering what my next step is with the widely metastatic PCa I'm dealing with. Get a CT scan result this week (eek) and I'm having a TURP (or more possibly a TUIP) in the next few weeks and they will finally get a tissue sample for Royal Marsden to see if I quality for a PARP inhibitor. If I do, I hope that means I can stop the ADT as it's awful and I feel that massive diminishment of energy, happiness and vitality really impedes the chances of healing this condition in ways beyond the rational mind can understand. I have been trying visualisation techniques as promoted by so many including Jerry Epstein (see the youtube video of the stage 4 PCa guy who healed himself) and the well-known Rosy Daniel in the UK, but the brain fog just sabotages all this stuff. Depressed and discouraged. Advice greatly appreciated.