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Post prostatectomy: What do rising PSA levels mean?

Prostate Cancer | Last Active: Feb 26 3:39pm | Replies (93)

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@colleenyoung

Hi Candcman, and welcome. I can understand your concern about a rising PSA so soon after treatment. I'm not qualified to answer whether it is too soon to check your numbers yet. But I will uncategorically say that that is a good question to ask your oncologist or nurse manager. They are best equipped to tell you when to get tested. @kujhawk1978 @ken82 @dandl48 @ozment @semeon may have some advice and experience to share with you.

Candcman, are you able to contact your cancer care team through a patient portal?

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@candcman @colleenyoung I would second Colleen's suggestion to contact your oncologist re the PSA increase. They didn't express any concerns when they gave you the results of your recent PSA test?

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