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Himads's Recent CancerCompass Activity

  • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

    I haven't been on the board for a week or so. I just received your message. If these private replies work, I would need to confirm this request as legitimate. For example, contacting your department where you will be receiving your degree. If you can send me this information, I will verify. Thank you.

    May 01 at 2:48 PM view post
    • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

      I have been looking for your private reply, but have not seen it. If this is a legitimate request (independently verified), I would be happy to participate.

      April 24 at 7:55 PM view post
      • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

        I would be willing to do this if this is a legitimate inquiry (although I have my doubts about this). I hope this is not coming from a Russian prostate bot farm. It would seem to me that one could do this research by contacting urologists, who could see if people would be willing to participate in this type of research. Anyone else out there skeptical of this inquiry?

        April 23 at 1:30 PM view post
        • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

          Interesting. Thanks.

          April 05 at 9:26 PM view post
          • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

            I'm afraid I cannot offer any useful suggestions. This board used to be very active. I'm not sure what happened. Good luck to you.

            January 18 at 2:19 PM view post
            • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

              Hello keith63, I am so sorry you are going through all this. That sounds miserable. I had a robot-assisted radical prostatectomy in May of 2018 and, fortunately, no problems after that (other than the usual temporary incontinence and not so temporary erectile issues. A catheter six or eight times since the surgery? Ouch. Not fun. Well, I hope things improve for you. There are some posters on this board who are quite...

              December 25 at 10:18 PM view post
              • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

                I went through the same thing in early 2018. My psa level was around 5. I had the biopsy and 6 of 12 samples were cancerous. I had a radical prostatectomy performed in May of 2018. The surgery went well, and the path report showed that the cancer was contained within the prostate. While the biopsy was not pleasant, it isn't too bad. Some bleeding but that was about it. Good luck to you. By the way, I also am an athle...

                October 02 at 5:44 PM view post
                • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

                  First of all, are you having a radical prostatectomy? I had one in May of 2018. Following the surgery, I was eating a good amount of tomatoes, salmon, tofu, steamed vegetables, beans (black, pinto), tofu with vegetable soups, miso soup. I stayed away from dairy and meats. I now eat some fish and occasionally chicken but am trying to eat mostly vegetarian. I have pretty much eliminated most dairy products. I switched ...

                  April 07, 2019 view post
                  • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

                    Hi Ralph66, I have no specific recommendations. Just want to offer my support. I had a radical prostatectomy in May of 2018, so I am interested in this discussion. Best of luck to you and others dealing with this issue.

                    February 24, 2019 view post
                    • Himads has replied to a post on the message board

                      Popsy, I enjoyed reading your story with Efudix. Yeah, it's a real trip. I have done it twice during the past 15 years and it was pretty rough at times. I used it on my face, lips, and scalp. The lips were difficult. There was a point for about 5 days where I couldn't eat any solid foods and was mostly consuming smoothies through a straw because if I were to open my mouth too wide, the lips would start bleeding. Yuk...

                      January 21, 2019 view post
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