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  • #16
    Hi Mum. It went ok. Doc prescribed anti depressants / anti anxiety meds, got me set up with psychologist on Monday. I don't like the meds, make me a little loopy, but it's been only 3 days, hopefully I'll adjust. I asked about testing testosterone level, he referred me to my oncologist, said testosterone treatments can cause prostate cancer. But I am feeling better, I finished a stressful job today at work, and the weekend is here! How is your son coming along, 17 is too young to deal with this.

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    • #17
      Hi Carl, you have two Mums replying to your posts. My son is in his 30th and have a son of his own. He was able to get rid of Stage 2 seminoma 3 months ago, and we are now waiting for the next test. I am glad you are feeling better. Take it one step at a time. One hour at a time, sometimes 15 mins at a time... Stay in touch.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Cwink6 View Post
        he referred me to my oncologist, said testosterone treatments can cause prostate cancer. .
        Your doc is incorrct, there is nothing I am aware of that says that TRT causes prostate cancer. You are no more likely to get prostate cancer than any guy with normal T levels. In any event, you should get your levels checked even if you don't do treatment, knowledge is power.

        Dave

        Jan, 1975: Right I/O, followed by RPLND
        Dec, 2009: Left I/O, followed by 3xBEP

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