I was diagnosed in 2014 and my PSA was 14 Gleason was 3+4. After the first treatment I did not have a catheter took a Tylenol for minor pain and had a couple rum. PSA dropped also don’t remember have to look on my computer i think it was around 3 or 4. Dr. Sperling at Sperling Prostate Clinic in Florida. In 2018 I had a check with Dr Sperling my PSA was around 6. So I asked Dr Sperling for another treatment (he did not charge me for it). It was a bit more intense and I had a catheter for a week. Dr. Sperling recommended follow up radiation to be safe as well as casodex and Lupron. I took the casodex for 3 months and have been on Lupron for 2 years. When i returned to Canada I saw my oncologist but told her that I did not want radiation. My quality of life is much more important to me then longevity however everyone will look at it through there own eyes. I have been stable for the last 2 years and my PSA has been consistently around .2. The Lupron has had some unpleasant side affects hot/cold sweats, sore joints, fatigue, loss of strength all better then the alternative. You may also want to look at Rick Simpson Oil protocol it’s marijuana oil called “Phoenix Tears”lots of info on the internet. If you send me a private message with your email I can send you a bunch of info. I had to pay for the treatment since I live in Canada. However in the USA my understanding it’s covered by insurance.