3rd PSA test after surgery (9 months)
I have just received the results of my 3rd test after surgery. 9 months after surgery and I got 0.01. This is the lowest level the lab can read.
So I guess I should celebrate tonight
PS - I wish you all Happy New Year
Wish you all the good for 2019!
Thanks 🙏 wish you the same.
Any tips on lifestyle and diet that you think may have helped you ?
Congratulations and Happy New Year
I continued with the same lifestyle and diet as before the diagnosis. I didn’t change anything in that respect. Maybe I have a bit more careful with the wine as it affects my continence if I drink a bit more depending where I am.
All the best to you in 2019.
After I had recovered from my surgery, my wife and I joined the local Y and started a regular exercise program. I also embarked on intermittent fasting to lose 30 lbs. I have since become a pescatarian along with eggs and other dairy products. It is much easier on my gut and colon.
I have not changed my lifestyle either, surgery June 2017, all PSA tests undetectable after that.
Thanks Bill, wish you are good and a great healthy 2019 to you.
Same. Happy new year, Paulo.
Yes, a PSA of 0.01 or less is very good news. Getting that low is a good sign for the future.
David, I wished I could follow your low PSA trend .
All the best for you in 2019.
Hey Paulo, That is great news. I wish you all the best!
Thanks Dreamweaverman, I wish you the same and a great 2019. How is the treatment by the way?
I consider the twice yearly PSA results as Christmas presents each and everytime. Labcorp results are expressed as "nondetectable". I love that word!
Indeed. It sounds very good.
The 2 previous tests were < 0,04 but I needed to get this more sensitive test to be more at ease with my mind.
Have a great year and good health.
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