Prostate Cancer Community

This patient support community is for discussions relating to advanced or metastatic prostate cancer, biopsy, bone scan, blood in urine or semen, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), CT scan, cystoscopy, erectile dysfunction (ED), hormone therapy, incontinence, pain (abdomen, lower back or hip), PSA test, prostatitis, radiation therapy, rectal exam, recurrent cancer, screening, staging (tumor size, metastasis), transrectal ultrasound, and urinary difficulty, burning, or urgency (leaking).
1 - 20 (of 1744) questions
My father had a prostate removal from 12 years. After peeing problem he did a PSA test and the score is 11.94 . the doctor suggeestt an M...
1 answer |
So about 3 years ago is when all the trouble began. One day his leg swelled up and went to E.R and they found he had a massive DVT and a ...
3 answers | 1 comment |
I was diagnosed with low volume prostate cancer in 2015. My Gleason score is 6. I am on the 'active monitoring' protocol. I have also ...
2 answers | 1 comment |
My husband had a reading of 6 that than went to a 14. The doctor gave him an antibiotic because he thought he might have an infection si...
1 answer | 1 comment |
Hi there, I have been having a little this problem of sperm coming out of my penis whenever I am taking a **** and it's been happen s for...
I have previously been diagnosed with prostate cancer (Gleason 6) and I have had stable TSH with thyroid replacement for the last 15 year...
I would appreciate your opinion on the below health matters. PSA was 0.1 after radical prostatectomy on 14th Dec 2010 It took 5 yea...
Sorry I did not know where else to post this... Recently i have been having a non orgasmic ejaculation of semen when pooping. It only ha...
34 answers | 3 comments |
I started Prilosec for duodenal ulcer (diagnosed during Endoscopy) 5 weeks ago. During this time I also had labwork for annual physical ...
I think I already know the answer but I'm curious what others think. My two uncles have (had) prostate cancer. One had the type that...
4 answers | 1 comment |
I'm male and i will be 40 years come July 2017. Please i have been having mild pains on my testicles which later got worst that i could ...
2 answers |
I am a 31 yr old caucasian male, with a healthy diet and no high-risk behaviors that could be associated with the following symptoms. Bo...
73 answers | 4 comments |
So about 3 months ago, a brown spot shiwed up on my stomach, and ever since, more have showed up, on my inner/upper thighs, they are a so...
1 answer |
So about 3 months ago, a brown spot shiwed up on my stomach, and ever since, more have showed up, on my inner/upper thighs, they are a so...
|
I was dating someone two years ago whom I thought we had a monogamous relationship. When I found out that was not the case when I went f...
1 answer |
I did an ultrasound of my abdomen and they found a "non specific echogenic lesion" on the prostate. Could this be prostate cancer or coul...
I did an ultrasound of my abdomen and they found a "non specific echogenic lesion" on the prostate. Could this be prostate cancer or coul...
Hello, Can someone please help me understand my ultrasound result. result was: THE PROSTATE IS NOT ENLARGED. THE PARENCHYMA HAS NORMAL...
The History: I am 68. I had a robotic laproscopic nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy 11 weeks ago and the pathology showed that the ...
10 answers | 2 comments |
Hello. My dad had laparoscopic radical prostate surgery 12 months ago. The catheter was removed 2 weeks after the operation. Although...
Prostate Cancer Community
944 Members
1.74k Questions
Popular Resources
A report from Missouri Medicine argues that, despite earlier media coverage, increased omega-3 fatty acid intake does not increase prostate cancer risk.
They got it all wrong: Why the PSA test is imperative for saving lives from prostate cancer
Get the facts about this disease that affects more than 240,000 men each year.
10 prostate cancer misconceptions debunked.
Diet and digestion have more to do with cancer prevention than you may realize
How eating more salt may actually save your life.