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Two years ago I had an MRI-guided biopsy. All 16 cores were negative. My highest PSA prior to biopsy was 5.5. It dropped to 4.3 just before biopsy. It hasn't gone down in 2 years, bouncing from 5.7 to nearly 10. It is now close to 8.
My prostate was 90 cc before biopsy. It is now 120 cc.
For two days after the biopsy I peed out clumps of blood clots. The first time I urinated 10 minutes after the biopsy it was almost all blood. I had streaks of blood in my urine for three weeks. My semen was brown nearly 9 months later.
I had a 3T MP MRI earlier this year. It was completely clean. I wasn't even given a PIRADS score as there was nothing suspicious. I had the MRI at one of the top urology centers in the country. My urologist - my NEW urologist - is world renown. He's one of the top prostate surgeons in the world and is also a leading PCa front line researcher. If I mentioned his name, every one of your urologists would instantly recognize his name. I wish he had done my Bx.
So, could that other "doctor" have messed me up?
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