Hello. I was diagnosed in early October 2018. I came around to this prostate cancer thing in a very unusual route. It started with a cough. Around the middle of July of 2018 I started to develop a slight cough that was dry and non-productive. I had been treated by an allergist/asthma MD for the last few years prior and had been receiving monthly allergy shots with great success. I did not think much of the cough until the middle of August, when I decided to see my allergist to help alleviate the persistent and very annoying cough. He checked my lungs, did the usual spirometry tests etc. and decided that a Prednisone burst with an inhaled corticosteroid would do the trick. After two weeks when this do not work, he sent me for a chest x-ray which showed mediastinal lymphendopathy. This lead to a CT scan of the chest, which lead to a visit with my PCP who referred me to a Pulmonologist. On the way out the door, my PCP says "let's check your PSA, your 52 and at that age". The PSA came back as 146 and the pulmonologist did a biopsy of the lymph nodes and a trip to a urologist determined my prostate was indeed hardened. The biopsy did show cancer and was determined to be metastatic prostate cancer. My final stop on this journey was with a MO who started me on Lupron with Casodex. I will be starting Zytiga with prednisone and Xgeva. We added the Xgeva because there is apparently a "suspect" area in my right femur. The odd piece is that my Lymph Nodes are exteemly enlarged in my chest cavity, and I am told this is a very unusual presentation. I have no pain, no urinary problems, no ejaculation issues and no other issues commonly associated with prostate cancer. We felt the best course of action is to do the hormonal therapy. I really do not have any specific questions and only wanted to share my unusual route. Does anyone else have a similar story and what did you do?