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Kaiserjeeps 12-23-2021 11:01 PM

Just catching up. What great news. !!!

jeeper54 01-26-2022 01:37 AM

Sooo very glad you got good news! Cancer is such an evil fiend that took away my father, friends, an ex fiance and my brother is recovering and fighting it's return. Nice you got good news and that your daughter will get the Jeep. Congratulations!:thumbsup:

MysticRob 01-27-2022 07:50 PM

Great news for you, glad to hear everything is looking better.
My wife and I have had those same ups and downs over the last 1.5yrs now, but things seem to have stabilized for us lately.

Here's to continued better times for us all!! :)

SC/397 01-28-2022 07:24 AM


Originally Posted by mwood65
I went to the Mayo clinic to find out about treatment options.
After they did their own testing they said I have an exceptionally high PSA and don't know why, but it IS NOT cancer. :dancingbanana:

I HIGHLY recommend not getting a prostate biopsy unless absolutely necessary! Very painful! :mad:

Anyways at Mayo they did a CT scan and saw no tumors. I asked why the hell the other doctor didn't just do the scan instead of the painful biopsy and They said the insurance wont pay for a CT scan unless a biopsy is done first.... :banghead:
Glad I didn't sell off all my toys because I woulda been pretty pissed.
So I guess I will be around to ask stupid questions and be a pain in everyone's ass for a little longer.

I am glad that you made out all right on this.
No doubt that having a prostate biopsy is literally a pain in the ass but at least you know for sure that you don't have cancer. I was very skeptical with the blood test results and it was only until they hit me between the eyes with the biopsy results that I was a believer.

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