I am a newly diagnosed guy joined a couple of weeks back.
Diagnosed with Advanced Prostate Cancer this has spread to my bones which has caused the growth of a tumour on my spine which luckily they caught fairly early so zapped it with radiotherapy.
Due to speed of diagnosis and initial treatment I have had no input to my treatment plan, not complaining as I am impressed with the speed of my treatment, see my bio.
Gleason score of 4+4 (8), T4 N1 M1b PSA 27
Now on monthly degarelix injections and daily Abiraterone and Prednisolone
Cheers Keith. I have similar diagnosis. I'm also on Firmagon (which I think they use when there is some cancer in the spine) and Enzalutamide which is similar to yours. Good luck in coping with all of this and stay positive.
I am fairly upbeat about it all most of the time, I tend to just accept what comes my way I find the first few days after my injection is a bit of a struggle but its early days so once I have had my radiotherapy I should get into a better routine.
Hope you are coping alright with your treatment as well.
Sounds like your team has a handle on your treatments and well being, hope this carries on for many a year.
I am (54) in the same situation, I have Gleason score 5+4 (9) , the cancer spread on several bones. I started with degarelix and I am waiting to review my PSA before to start my chemotherapy.
I hope I can reduce my PSA (277) to near cero. Also I try to be active and reduce my weight to care my bones.