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Hi, I'm JohnDavid
I find I get sleepy, too, and can nap easily. Lots of time I'll fall asleep when I'm watching tv. Yet I can still sleep at night, waking briefly every 1 to 1 1/2 hours because of hot flashes. I r...
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  • Tue Jan 8, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm Ed
Ha ha. Thanks for sharing. I've been fighting stage 3 advanced prostate cancer this year and had my fourth Lupron injection last week so I can sympathize with the hot flashes. I'm also in Michigan.
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  • Tue Dec 25, 2018 · Like3
Dan
Dan
Hi, I'm Dan
Dan
interesting treatment sequence...I had Proton radiation for a Gleason 9, PSA 20.7. Prostate, seminal ves. and pelvic lymph nodes irradiated. Eligard initiated in June ...due for another injection i...
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  • Thu Dec 27, 2018 ·
Dan
Dan
Hi, I'm Dan
Dan
I just completed 39 treatments at Provision in Knoxville. So far just mild irritation with urination handled by Flomax once a day. Has anyone else tried Proton?
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  • Mon Sep 17, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm Edward L M.
Originally diagnosed w/PC in Jul 2012. Eight biopsy's. Three positive(Gleason 5+5, 4+5, 5+5 ratings) No"watchful waiting" here. After all the pre-surgery requirements had radical proctectomy in ear...
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  • Sat Dec 22, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm Ed
I finished up last month. 44 IMRT treatments, of that 21 w/Boost. I'm on Casodex for as long as they tell me. PSA test is scheduled for next month. Feels weird to not actively be doing anything, ju...
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  • Tue Aug 21, 2018 · Like1
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As with any treatment, prostate cancer treated with hormone therapy has potential side effects. Dr. Matthew Schmitz has listed the most common side effects in a general overview. They are as follows:
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Dr. Neal D. Barnard recognizes that in the aging process many men have an enlargement of their prostates, causing annoying and sometimes painful urinary problems. .These problems are not inevitable... more
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Updated Feb 4, 2011
About: Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education & Support Network is a network of 325 support group chapters worldwide, providing men and their families with free information, materials and p... more
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Updated Oct 5, 2010
The Man to Man program is provided by the American Cancer Society at Winter Park Urology Associates. The program helps men cope with prostate cancer by providing community-based education and suppo... more
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Updated Aug 4, 2009
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) was founded in 1993 to find better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer.