Apparently, getting my blood drawn in mid-afternoon adds one day to getting my results. Needless to say, I’m pleased with the 0.14 ng/ml reading. It’s down 0.02 from the last two times (excluding that oddball 0.08 reading in February).
This reading added 10 months to my PSA doubling time, so it’s now out to 48.9 months according to the Memorial Sloan Kettering PSA Doubling Time Calculator.
My appointment with the doctor is on 2 July and we’ll see how that goes. I suspect it will be another continue-to-monitor situation, and that’s fine by me.
Have a great weekend and happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there! Stay well!
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Good to hear!
Hoping you feel good about the current numbers. Happy Father’s Day to you! Xoxo
That’s excellent news Dan. Makes me wonder if I acted too soon when I did SRT and ADT at PSA of .08 , just short of 3 years post Surgery. But we’re all different so water under the bridge.
Your experience so far may be instructive to many, in decision making.
Here’s hoping it continues to stay in check for many years to come. Congrats
Thank you very much for the link to the PSA doubling time calculator.