Dear Dr Chris Teo
Mr L had slight difficulty in emptying his bladder since 2007. The problem got worse since last year. He then went for a health screen in May 2010. Please see attachment health screen part 1, 2 and 3. Later this year, he went to consult Prof K from NUH. PSA jumped to 12.2 on 6 Dec. A repeat test was done on 14 Dec, PSA was 12.4. A biopsy is then scheduled on 11 Jan 2011.
I heard from a friend that a prostate cancer patient sought treatment from you and still surviving.
Mr. L had a tumour (was with him for 3 years 2005-2007, grew to 10kg size) removed from his left thigh (due to water retention) in 2007. The report is also attached for your reference. CT scan of lung was clear before and after the surgery.
Mr. L has not been able to sleep well for the last few years due to his highly stressful working life. Even since his tumour he also stopped jogging. He started jogging again 1 year after the leg surgery, once or twice a month. He walks up and down the steps 3-4 times or more everyday for the last 10 years as he lives on the third floor apartment without lift.
He had cataract surgery in 2008 for his right eye and 2010 for his left eye. He had MRI done every 6 month after his thigh surgery for 3 years. He had CT scan on the lungs too, 2-3 times after the surgery. Everything went on fine after the surgery. He is due for the final MRI in April 2011.
I found out that your clinic provides Prostate A or B herbs to be taken. Could you please advise us what to do next? Shall we start your herbs even before the biopsy in order to arrest the problem earlier? I understand from doctor Prof K that biopsy will be done in pairs which means he has to go thru another round of biopsy in April 2011.
Appreciate your early reply.
Thank you for your time and attention.
Reply: You are from Singapore? If you want the best from me, it is better that you come and see me with all the reports. I can spend time advising you the best I know. But if you just want to take herbs without seeing me, then that is okay too.
Note: According to biopsy report: Specimen after surgery was a well-circumscribed mass measuring 33 .0 x 19.0 x12.0 cm. Wonder if 10 kg in size is correct?