• scmale scmale
    June 03, 2009
    If a 65 yr old has a level of 3.8 PSA and goes to a 6.7 PSA
    scmale scmale
    June 03, 2009

    This PSA level increased to this level within 2 months. Is there any other reason besides cancer that could cause this elevation.

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  • Jay Motola
    Health Pro
    May 01, 2011
    Jay Motola
    Health Pro
    May 01, 2011

    The rise of the PSA that you are experiencing is a signifcant rise, however, it is very possible that this does not represent cnacer. Inflammatory changes or BPH may be more likely causes. A Urologist can easily help determine figure ths out for you.


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