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    Sad to read

    Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 16:17:58

    AA passed due to prostrate cancer.

    This is often curable or can at least be lived with when treatment is sought early.

    Anyone of a certain age that has not had a PSA test, please get one.

    https://bpcsg.mypsatests.org.uk/

      Re: Sad to read

      Posted by RM on 17/3/2023, 21:37:27, in reply to "Sad to read"

      Only 22 places left for testing on Sunday 30th April Eric Morecombe suit.

        Re: Sad to read

        Posted by Ja on 17/3/2023, 18:27:12, in reply to "Sad to read"

        Just booked it up. Many thanks for the link. Us blokes usually just say I will do it another day.

          Re: Sad to read

          Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 19:53:08, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

          Well your reply has made this post worthwhile👍

            Re: Sad to read

            Posted by Ja on 17/3/2023, 20:17:28, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

            Very much so. Thank you ,Iíve also passed it on to mates.

          Re: Sad to read

          Posted by Ben Dover on 17/3/2023, 17:32:38, in reply to "Sad to read"

          As a man who was diagnosed just over two years ago i strongly agree with your wise words.

          I was 50 when i got the verdict i was indeed stage four, my PSA reading was quite high but i knew nothing about prostate cancer until then.

          I had four weeks of radiotherapy, it will never be cured but im still here to tell the tale and pass on what i now know.

          The psa test should be compusary for evey man aged over 45

            Re: Sad to read

            Posted by bbb on 17/3/2023, 16:20:13, in reply to "Sad to read"

            Decent post.
            When you say 'a certain age' what is the general rule on that? I now very little about it tbh.
            Cheers.

              Re: Sad to read

              Posted by boz on 17/3/2023, 16:58:29, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

              i know it will be a disappointment to you that you dont get fingers up the bottom nowerdays, however as you have kids get tested , you are of an age so crack loz on

                Re: Sad to read

                Posted by Tendring Hatter on 17/3/2023, 16:52:05, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                I've had it for 7 years and NHS have been great keeping watch,therefore get in the system early just in case. It has many treatments which are improving all the time. Don't be an ostrich.
                PS. 50 years ago we lost at Roker Park in the 6th round of the Cup so I hope we get revenge with another 3 points.
                COYH, go and get tested.

                  Re: Sad to read

                  Posted by The Outsider on 17/3/2023, 16:45:15, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                  https://bpcsg.mypsatests.org.uk/Events/

                  Eric Morecambe Lounge - 30 April - for men aged over 40 - Code BEDS50 to get test for £11. Not sure if you even need to put the code in.

                    Re: Sad to read

                    Posted by Nick NLPBH on 17/3/2023, 16:24:03, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                    Late 40`s / early 50`s

                    And sooner if anyone in your family especially direct family has had it

                      Re: Sad to read

                      Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 16:26:51, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                      Spot on

                        Re: Sad to read

                        Posted by Phil O'Sofickle on 17/3/2023, 16:29:39, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                        Talk to you your GP and they can organises the PSA test if you're over 50. Some GPs will try to talk you out of it if you have no obvious symptoms, but you can insist and they have to do it.

                        https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/prostate-cancer/psa-testing/

                          Re: Sad to read

                          Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 16:31:49, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                          Iím told the charity only charge a tenner. Itís a pin prick. They send results and advise based on results when you need another test.

                            Re: Sad to read

                            Posted by Phil O'Sofickle on 17/3/2023, 17:05:16, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                            That home test is no good for people whose blood clots quickly. They don't tell you that, but I know from personal experience. My money was refunded and I was told to go to the GP to sort it.

                              Re: Sad to read

                              Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 17:07:51, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                              Wasnít aware of that, but good advice.

                            Re: Sad to read

                            Posted by JP on 17/3/2023, 16:31:41, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                            The club is running an event 30th April costs £11

                              Re: Sad to read

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 17/3/2023, 16:57:22, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                              My older brother died of it when he was 67.
                              Don't put off testing.

                                Re: Sad to read

                                Posted by laststraw on 17/3/2023, 17:30:25, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                Good advice.
                                Had a friend with no symptons had a blood test for something else PSI checked found quite high. biopsy cancer found, course of radio therapy.
                                Saw him yesterday right as rain get it checked!

                                  Re: Sad to read

                                  Posted by John on 17/3/2023, 18:16:54, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                  Iam currently awaiting treatment was diagnosed in January again no obvious symptoms. Went for a PSA test which wasn't worryingly high but had a urine test and there was blood in it. So things happened from there further PSA showed it had risen this was followed by an MRI which again was inconclusive. This was followed with a biopsy which unfortunately showed that I had a large area of cancer. Just cannot stress enough just get a PSA test done because you never know there aren't always any obvious symptoms.

                                    Re: Sad to read

                                    Posted by deeuu on 17/3/2023, 19:55:38, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                    Thank you for sharing that, wish you well with the treatment.

                                      Re: Sad to read

                                      Posted by bbb on 17/3/2023, 19:23:17, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                      I wish you the best of luck mate.

                                      This messageboard can be a cesspit at times but threads like this one and your post show how good it can be at times.

                                      🤞 for a speedy recovery John.

                                        Re: Sad to read

                                        Posted by John on 17/3/2023, 21:54:59, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                        Thanks for the positive messages. Just hope that the more it gets out there men will take positive action and get tested. Like I said I had no symptoms and still don't so please all take heed.

                                        Re: Sad to read

                                        Posted by Nearly a Genius on 17/3/2023, 18:26:09, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                        All the best

                                          Re: Sad to read

                                          Posted by Laststraw on 17/3/2023, 18:38:49, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                          Hope all goes well.

                                            Re: Sad to read

                                            Posted by James in Cumbria on 17/3/2023, 18:56:58, in reply to "Re: Sad to read"

                                            Sorry to hear AA passed, its a nasty illness one hopes it can be cured in time.
                                            To just say i was ill 14 months ago with rapid weight loss , 4 stone fell off in weeks, I had several prostate checks and Cameras down or up both ends,they found blood in a sample fortunately i was clear but cripes i was scared. AA will be at peace and can watch games for free now RIP

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