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Prostate was enucleated due to hypertrophy & capsule left intact. Do not know if nerve bubble was saved. Is erection and coitus possible under these conditions?
Dx COP – Gleason 6 age 50.
Radical age 50; successful except positive margins; no ED
Age 52 12 PSA rose to point where salvage radiation recommended; 38 treatments; PSA back to <0.1, but ED developed.
PSA continues to this day <@ 0.1 just shy of age 70.
Low T at age 50 (mid 200s)
Low T at age 55 (241.8) — last time tested
Suspect still low
Question: since its been almost 20 years since salvage
radiation with all PSAs since then <0.1–If low T still in 200s now, why not consider Low T treatment?
My father who died in 1976 at age 64 had cancer of the bladder that had metastasized to his colon.
The fact that cancer of the prostate was not evident during his lifetime, what are my risks?
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