Saw Oncologist today, my PSA has been steady 0.028 since the Chemo ended, today it's 0.70. I had the surgery (subcapsular orchiectomy) in Nov so maybe my body just needs to settle from the trauma. I asked about Testosterone levels, he didn't know and he asked for another blood test.
He did say the Chemo will last 9 to 15 months, so it's not unexpected change. He checked my MRI that the pain specialist ordered, he said it shows same as PET scan, the damage is widespread, the pain specialist is back from sick leave and will see her on the 3rd Feb
I will see him in 3 months, if PSA rises about threshold of 2.0 he said they will try Radium 223 as my bone Mets are so extensive.