I guess we did make some lifestyle changes including a better diet and a little a more exercise. But to be truthful, we had done this prior to my diagnosis as my wife had previously been diagnosed with uterine cancer...she required a total…"
I certainly wish you in your decision and I do realize that the "watch and wait" practice is an accepted line of treatment...I did not take that route.
In 1999 I went for my first PSA and it was slightly elevated so my Doctor,…"
"This article is indeed very interesting, In 1999 I went for my first PSA and it was slightly elevated so my Doctor, God Bless her, asked for a repeat and it was even more elevated than the first. I was then referred to a Urological Surgeon, who did…"
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Hi Stan, thanks for your comments. Not sure what you mean by Micro... could you mean Macro? No, I didn't use a Macro, but the telephoto was used on some of the bird pics. You have a nice camera there.... my brother also has the Nikon D90. You should post some of your shots at the Photography group. ;-)
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I was out on Sunday taking pictures of the changing leaves...and luckily the weather was nice and bright. I intended on going out again yesterday to shoot more photos(Thanksgiving Monday) but the sky was too overcast and dull to catch any really good shots.
Hi Stan...I finally got the lonely swan pics up but not so sure they loaded right...different set-up to upload than what I'm familiar with. Didn't land in the right order either, :-) Practise makes perfect so they say!!!
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