I had prostate cancer radiation treatment, last psa test was. 58. If cancer do reoccur what kind symptoms will I get physically, feel, notice etc.?

Varies. If you are following psa, and your cancer recurs, vey often the patient is asymptomatic - the only symptom may be anxiety about the test result. Otherwise symptoms have to do with sight of recurrence- most common is bone pain or fracture.
Psa. Unlikely you will feel symptoms of recurrence unless very rapidly growing ca. The psa is the first sign of possible recurrence, very important to get psa checks on regular basis.

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I am having bone pain here and there, did prostate cancer radiation treatment 2 yrs ago. Psa ok, 0.5 now. Initial psa 7.20, gleson 7 during treatment.

Get checked. Too many possibilities. Included are osteoporosis, low vitamin d, hyperparathyroid. Many metabolic causes. Also to be considered is involvement of bone by prostate ca. A simple evaluation goes a long way to answer these questions and allay any fears of cancer recurrence. Read more...
Prostate bone pain. Metastatic prostate cancer does tend to go to the bone and cause pain. However, with such a low psa, i strongly doubt it is from metastatic prostate cancer. You should see your doctor to see if there are alternatives reasons for your pain. Read more...

I did prostate cancer radiation 2 yrs ago. Now psa 0.5. Everything was okay so far. I had eaten strange curry soup. Very bad daraherria leaked a bit.

Possibly Related. You can have long term complications from radiation treatment. They should have talked to you about the prior to treatment. Your diarrhea may have been so bad it caused the problem or it may have been so bad that with your changes from the radiation there was a problem. You will have to decide if it was bad enough to check with your physician. Read more...
Side effect or rt? Diarrhea can be a side effect of radiation (or of bad curry), but the good news is that it is not a common symptom of recurrent prostate cancer. Read more...

64 yr. Old man with prior successful prostate cancer radiation treatment 3 yrs ago. Solar plexus pain. What organ if concern with cancer?

May be... After a successful rt for prostate cancer(pca), the patient will still require a lifelong f/u for possible rising psa after definitive rx; it's reasonable to do so every 6 months for the described one by repeating psa and with clinical assessment. Solar plexus pain is very unlikely related with pca. Instead, consider hypertension-related or idiopathic. Pca-related pain occurs in its late stage. Read more...