MRI with Contrast: Chuck's Story
I was diagnosed and began treatment at 82 years old. My primary care physician informed me that I had a PSA of 11.
MRI with contrast
Instead of immediately seeking out a urologist, he recommended I have an MRI with contrast. The MRI indicated where I had lesions and assigned me a PI-RADS 5.
There were several advantages to this process:
PSA since treatment
I also underwent two years of treatment with Lupron (for ADT). My last injection was in April of this year. I've had two PSA's since the radiation - both were less than 1.
Have you made personal connections through your journey with prostate cancer?