I have not been officially diagnosed yet. My only symptom was a reduced urine flow. In October I had a DRE and my prostate was "slightly enlarged". The doctor didn't check my PSA but started me on 10 days of cephalex (spelling?) to treat me for prostatitis. I went to a urologist on December 14 for an unrelated matter (complications from inguinal hernia repair) and he also checked my prostate. It was still slightly enlarged. No bumps, lumps or hard places. However, he drew blood immediately after the DRE and my PSA came back at 35.8. Needless to say, I was was floored. I literally went to bed and did not eat for 3 days. When I did start back eating, I started back with a ketogenic diet and I've adhered to it very strictly. I went back for a second test on December 27 and my PSA from that test was 28.7. On Friday, December 29, I went to the Cancer Treatment Center of America in Atlanta. The first day was paper work and labs. They also did another PSA and it came back at 23.4. Is it possible a ketogenic diet can reduce PSA levels like that? I return to Atlanta Tuesday and will speak to a urologist then. I hope they will run tests and do a biopsy so that I know what I'm dealing with. Not knowing is so hard. I can't help but expect the worst, especially after reading stories and statistics. One last thing to note, my urinary symptoms have become more noticable. I don't have any blood in my urine or any pain when I go. I do not have to go pee at night either. But my flow has decreased noticeably in the past 2 weeks.