here is an update of my situation as I regular do.
3 year and 2 months ago I had surgery to remove my prostate. PSA has been quite low since then of around 0.03, but in April 2020 PSA started increasing slowly till yesterday that I got 0.25.
I haven't been kept still for a year already ... I paid visits to 3 different doctors and all 3 pushed back that my levels were low and that I shouldn't do anything yet. However when it reached 0.13 a doctor started investigated and she made me do a PET scan (galio68) and a MRI to rule out some doubts of the Pet scan. Both results came clean for the whole body except for a small anyway inconclusive area around the penis bulb area, but either exams were not matching on that inconclusive area.
So the lady doctor initially wanted to radiate the prostate bed, but changed her mind after the exams not being clear and asked me to wait some time more till PSA reaches eventually 0.25. She said a multidisciplinary team in the hospital were all united on this assessment. Anyway Bingo! I got it yesterday to 0.25.
I know that the odds of doing anything will be less successful as PSA increases and this is getting me nervous ... but having found a lighted area in the penis even if the the bottom of the penis makes me anxious.
Any comments? Really appreciate a feedback.