There is no universally accepted "normal" PSA level. In the past, a PSA of 4 nanograms per milliliter of blood (ng/ml) or less was considered normal; however, more recent studies have shown that some men with PSAs below 4 have prostate cancer and some men with PSAs over 4 do … Read More
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If your doctor has determined that you’re experiencing prostate cancer symptoms and that your otherwise normal PSA levels are elevated, he likely will order a biopsy of tissue from the prostate gland.
Your doctor may elect to biopsy your prostate based on whether or not you have possible symptoms of prostate … Read More
Some men with prostate cancer do not experience any symptoms of the disease and don’t discover they have it until a screening test returns with a suspicious result, leading to a search for a diagnosis. Other men may experience significant symptoms of prostate cancer, prompting them to seek medical attention. … Read More