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My Dr checked my testosterone last week and the results came back that it was at 205 when it should be in the 700 range which he said is the reason for the severe lack of energy. He also did a complete CDC, Liver, and Kidney function as well as check my blood sugar with the fasting test and all came back excellent with the exception of my PSA which was 7.5, it should be around 2 for a 40 year old man. I will have to start testosterone therapy this week and he said it will improve but take a couple of months. So combined with my low testosterone and my extremely elevated PSA the Dr did more tests including a biopsy.
Originally posted by snarky412
I'm so sorry to hear about this but at least you caught it in time.
As far as you & your ex-wife, were you guys living near an area heavy with industrial plants or factories putting off a lot of pollution? Might can explain the coincidence possibly.
Hey you should check out the threads here at ATS on Lipo C, apparently it works wonders.. especially for energy and stamina just a thought. wishing you well.
We lived in Central Florida and for about 8 years live in Crystal River about 10 miles from the nuke power plant there. I never gave it much thought since I was exposed to the possibility of radiation on a pretty regular basis for quite a few years and had to have an extremely thorough physical every year for work.
Originally posted by uwascallywabbit
theres a canadian documentary called
run from the cure
its about an alternative cancer treatment
i need to be careful here with the ATS rules because the documentary mentions something we dont talk about here..
so im not LINKING it
but id say its worth a screening
its up on you tube, the doctor claims some surprising success with his inexpensive methods...
good luck and good health!
The reason that more younger men are being discovered to have PC is not that they are getting it earlier. It's that the PC is being found sooner. That is directly attributable to the now routine screening for elevated PSA in blood tests for men over 40.
Originally posted by Nucleardiver
reply to post by blackz28
He also said there has been an increase in the percentage of younger men being diagnosed with either PC or BPH. IMO it really points to environmental factors causing younger men to develop PC and BPH.