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    My grandfathers PSA levels please help.


    I spoke to my mother and my grandfather 76 years old who does bloodwork every six months had high PSA. The doctor said he wanted to do a biopsy, but is giving him antibiotics for a week to see if it helps. If not then they are going to do a biopsy. He also said he is not absorbing vitamin b so he needs to get b12 shots. He urinates about four times a day and didn't say anything about difficulties to the doctor. Any thoughts? That is basically all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon671 View Post
    I spoke to my mother and my grandfather 76 years old who does bloodwork every six months had high PSA. The doctor said he wanted to do a biopsy, but is giving him antibiotics for a week to see if it helps. If not then they are going to do a biopsy. He also said he is not absorbing vitamin b so he needs to get b12 shots. He urinates about four times a day and didn't say anything about difficulties to the doctor. Any thoughts? That is basically all I know.
    I am 68yo
    I have PSA over 4
    Had about 7 biopsies thruout the years.
    Biopsies are not fan on one hand
    but
    not really a big deal.
    Well, he will have to stay away from grandma for few days, less than a week,
    and will be bleeding in ejaculate for couple weeks, so watch out the bed sheets.
    My biopsies were done at Sloan Kettering, Manhattan NYC.
    It is about 1 hr drive for me.
    I always drive my self in and out.
    Have my wife with me just in case, but it is not required.
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    Educate your grandfather about T, E2 & DHT ways.
    After his biopsy come back clean with prostate cancer,
    tell him to go on TRT.

    There is a tendency to use TRT for men with prostate cancer,
    after prostate removal and when PSA is not raising.

    Probably GH theraphy, and thyroid work would help him also.

    There is article in LEF November's magazine on E2 and DHT.
    They advice men to control E2(20-30) with Arimidex and Avodart for high DHT.
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    He could use CDSA-2.0 stool analysis ( with all available additional items).
    That is done by Genova Diagnostics.
    Paid by Medicare, so no cost.

    He may have many digestive shortcomings, lack of digestive juices, enzymes, gut flora.
    Ask him to use:
    (Betaine HCL) (amount as per testing)
    double or tripple doses of good quality probiotics and enzymes.
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    Thanks JanSz I am still hoping that it is just an infection or just a benign enlargement. Is there a cut off age for TRT? Could an older man like my grandfather increase test? He shows lots of symptoms of low test. Mainly lack of drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon671 View Post
    Thanks JanSz I am still hoping that it is just an infection or just a benign enlargement. Is there a cut off age for TRT? Could an older man like my grandfather increase test? He shows lots of symptoms of low test. Mainly lack of drive.
    There is no cut off age.
    The only problem you may have is that he may start chassing girls and smile more often.
    (Same goes for grandma).

    I do not know about his dexterity, hi may be spilling gells, so shots may be better for him.
    But all other things being equal use the usual guidelines.

    Lets stay on this thread discussing your grandfather.

    Regardless of what he eventually will do let him do blood test at Quest Diagnostics.
    It will cost him nothing since he have Medicare.

    I just reworked the list for testing.
    It is optically shorter now, but the content did not changed.

    Post #44 here:

    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/male-...oodtest-2.html

    If I you would wait too long for my input, PM me if you wish.

    Skip PSA test if grandma was using it.
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