My name is Tim and am currently 63. When I had my PSA checked in January of 2019 it was 19. I made the decision to go to Mayo in Rochester for my diagnosis and treatment. Was told I had a Gleason score of 9 and aggressive cancer. Had surgery in June of 2019 for radical prostatectomy and removal of 19 lymph nodes. Two lymph nodes were found to be cancerous.
One week following surgery I was given a Lupron shot which I will be on for a total of 2 years for sure. My PSA was approximately 0.10 and has continued at that since.
In January and February I had 38 weeks of radiation. My greatest challenge is not having the strength I would like to have and a little extra belly fat.
I don't really have questions but find it helpful to know what others have experienced.
I am trusting God for my future as my times are in His hands.