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Hi, If the test comes back abnormal then your GP may refer you to a prostate specialist (urologist) who may recommend further investigations. These...
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Hi Found you this info should help calm you down and your nerves.PSA is not a specific test for prostate cancer. Raised levels may also be caused by...
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In general, if a man has had a normal PSA reading in the past, doctors do not tell patients to avoid anything before the next PSA test. However, if...
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In general, a PSA level of 2.3 ng/ml is a normal and good PSA reading for an 80 year old man. Some studies have suggested that if a man lives to 70...
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False-positive elevations in the PSA are increases in the PSA that are caused by conditions other than prostate cancer. For example, benign prostatic...
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Hi, I found this bit of info, give it a good read might help you.Good Luck http://peyronies-disease-help.com/tag/psa/
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In general, both dutasteride (Avodart) and finasteride (formerly trade name of Proscar) cause the PSA to decrease by about 1/2 after continuous use...
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Hi, Ejaculation (when semen is released from a man’s penis during sexual activity) 48 hours prior to the test can cause PSA (prostate-specific...
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Hi Try this link it may help you find the answer your looking for.The link, http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/about-cancer/cancer...
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Hi, There is no absolutely right or wrong reading for PSA. The level can be raised in several conditions other than prostate cancer. The reading also...
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A PSA blood test is performed to detect or rule out prostate cancer. The amount of PSA in the blood is often higher in men who have prostate cancer...
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The PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test screens for prostate cancer and helps monitor treatment.
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Get a second opinion from another urologist. A prostate biopsy is not a pleasant procedure, so it should only be done if absolutely necessary. His...
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Hi Many things could raise you PSA along with stress.Just go back see your doctor and discuss this with him/her. Good Luck