... surfaced again and cryosurgery was done. Now, 7 months later his PSA is at 1.2 and doctor is recomending Lupron Depot 22.5mg or cryosurgery again. Can you please give guidance to make a good decision
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Have you discussed the risks and benefits of each treatment option with your doctor.
The side effects from the hormone treatment may include hotflashes,
impaired sexual function, loss of desire for sex, weakened bones, diarrhea, nausea, and pruritus (itching).
Ultimately it is a decision that only you and your dad can make.
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