If one has a high PSA, but no enlarged prostate or issues with urinary functions or sex, what is the real problem with a high PSA? Is it possible to have a normal healthy life with high PSA?
This is a great question. First, let's review the normal range for prostate cancer. I commonly use the age-specific PSA which states that:
- men 40-50 years old should have a PSA less than 2.5 ng/ml
- men 50-60 should have a PSA less than 3.5 ng/ml
- men 60-70 should have a PSA less than 4.5 ng/ml
- men older...