Hey Fellas, Hope everyone had a good weekend. So, my journey continues. The new update is I am scheduling a biopsy on the lymph node that is producing PSA and then most likely will opt to have surgery for it to be removed. I checked 2nd PSA and I am now at 1.15 ng/ml. That has gone up from the original 0.7 last month. It seems to be rising quickly. Boy this shit is making me nervous. I have a team of doctors at both Weill Cornell and MSK that are advising me on treatments. I am wondering if anyone on here has had a similar experience of a rising PSA post-radical prostatectomy and if so, what did you do? Thanks again for all the support. In other news...lol. over the weekend I had my first trimix induced erection to achieve penetrable sex since my surgery in August.
Boy that was a little bit of a mind-fuck. I was engaged in foreplay and then had to excuse myself and go into the bathroom to do trimix. The combination of going between two very different mindsets, I.e.-the foreplay/arousal mindset followed by a very logical/cognition mindset to carefully administer a tiny needle in the side of my penis, and then back to sex, was quite the head trip. However, I was able to accomplish the task and having the feeling of returning to a sex life similar to the one I had pre-pc was very encouraging to keep doing what is necessary to rid myself of the disease. So that is me today. More will be revealed, I guess. Lastly, I wish everyone a healthy prosperous week.