Higher Dose Radiation Don't Improve Prostate Cancer Survival

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I'm worried about impotence after my treatment. I receive eligard every six months and was told I have to continue for another year and a half. I was also told that testosterone will return after treatment and I should have few side effects. Has anyone else gone through this process and had favorable results?
I think you should listen to the doctor and continue to use it. survive is more important.
At age 58 had a radical prostatectomy. Now at age 86 my PSA has rising to 8.2 my Doctor says when it reaches .10 will get treated. My urologist says possible that my artificial spinster could cause that rise.
Hello Bill, Yes, we would agree with your doctors. All the best, HTQ