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Treating Elevated PSA with Antibiotics

A common reason to see the urologist is for an elevated PSA, or prostate specific antigen. A man's PSA can rise for a number of reasons. Inflammation or infection of the prostate, prostatic enlargement and, of course, cancer of the prostate are the most common causes of an elevated PSA.


A recent study from Palermo Italy reviewed the findings of PSA reduction after administering a 3 week course of an antibiotic. In their study, 99 men received ciprofloxacin for 3 weeks. 59 of the 99 men saw a...

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