I had my prostate removed in 1996. In 2005 I started showing positive on PSA tests. I have moved from a 0.07 to a 0.4 in 5 years. A radiation oncologist suggested I consider radiation therapy before I hit a 0.5 score. Sound like my condition is lightweight compared to other histor's I am reading. My current urologist suggested that I get a prostacint exam. My Question is what PSA score should I be concerned with for considering radiation therapy? 0.5?, a previous answer was 2.0?, my urologist says 5.0- 6.0? Answers are all over the map!! I was originally told that the rate of doubling of PSA scores was most relavent...not necessarily the PSA score?
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