I went yesterday for a 2nd opinion and the Dr said it is 50% chance. I am considered a very young man to have prostate cancer at age 46 and it does not show signs of spreading. He also says that I have a very large prostate that is most likely just the way I was born and not due to aging. He suggests that we use my MRI to complete a guided biopsy. He believes this will help me to be able to address the issue and hopefully conclude no cancer and be able to move on with my life. He seems to believe that I will be able to go back on the testosterone with my negative results. It has been really difficult falling back into a low testosterone life. I feel tired all of the time, with no desire for sexual activity, and my true goal each day is just to sleep. This is the same that I experienced before being diagnosed with low-T. I am just afraid that the Testosterone is what caused the cancer cells to grow.
Acworth Georgia Man 2nd Opinion Results - Prostate Cancer N...
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