As it was not clear what type of neurological problem I might have so I was referred to my GP for tests. The results were a big surprise.
Full blood tests were done and I was expecting a magic arrow to hit a neurological marker. It did not! But it found an unsuspecting high PSA Level – an indicator of activity in the Prostrate glad.
Six weeks later and another PSA test revealed it was even higher result, which was a cause for concern.
So a digital inspection was done looking for problems with the Prostrate glad. Problems identified! It was swollen.
Following this was a high intensity MRI scan was done. This revealed three swollen areas. All graded at a value of two but there existence could not be understood. One area would be at grade two would not have been a problem, but three needs to be further investigated.
Two weeks, or there about, it was a biopsy operation to confirm or deny the existence of Prostrate Cancer.
Now waiting for the results.
The original cause for concern was shelved as recent scans would have revealed any significant problems. That could be for another day!