6 months and psa<0.05!! Scheduled for Dynamic Urine Flow Test! 
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 6 months and psa<0.05!! Scheduled for Dynamic Urine Flow Test!

Well it's been six months since my RP and my {*filter*} test
came back undetectable <0.05PSA.
I am feeling great, but still get tired in the afternoon.
Incontinence is still a problem. I am dry through the night,
and although I may wake up 1-2 times to urinate, I don't
wet my diaper. (My mother would be proud)
The daytime is a problem. I work as a retail pharmacist, 11 hour
shifts, 3 1/2days per week, on my feet the whole time except
1/2 hour for lunch. Most days I can stay dry till about 2pm,
but as the day wears on I start to leak, and typically use
4-6 poise pads a day. I don't feel any urgency, and when
I have to go, it feels normal, it's just that between times,
I unconsciously leak. My cystoscopy was normal.
They are sending me to a specialist in May to have a
"Dynamic urine flow study"
Has any one had this done, and what does it involve?
Good luck to all....Joisey


Wed, 05 Oct 2005 02:03:30 GMT
 6 months and psa<0.05!! Scheduled for Dynamic Urine Flow Test!
Just noticed your post.  It may be too late to help you now, but I
suggest going to alt.support.cancer.prostate for questions like this.
There's a lot more activity on that NG.

Gerry

Quote:

> Well it's been six months since my RP and my {*filter*} test
> came back undetectable <0.05PSA.
> I am feeling great, but still get tired in the afternoon.
> Incontinence is still a problem. I am dry through the night,
> and although I may wake up 1-2 times to urinate, I don't
> wet my diaper. (My mother would be proud)
> The daytime is a problem. I work as a retail pharmacist, 11 hour
> shifts, 3 1/2days per week, on my feet the whole time except
> 1/2 hour for lunch. Most days I can stay dry till about 2pm,
> but as the day wears on I start to leak, and typically use
> 4-6 poise pads a day. I don't feel any urgency, and when
> I have to go, it feels normal, it's just that between times,
> I unconsciously leak. My cystoscopy was normal.
> They are sending me to a specialist in May to have a
> "Dynamic urine flow study"
> Has any one had this done, and what does it involve?
> Good luck to all....Joisey



Fri, 28 Oct 2005 22:13:21 GMT
 
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