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Understanding PSA – IV_A
- By Harvard Prostate Knowledge
Your PSA level is above the normal range. However, given your age or medical history, further evaluation may or may not be worthwhile. Speak with your doctor about appropriate follow-up.
Your options include
- a “watch and wait approach” with repeat testing in several months
- referral to a urologist (prostate specialist)
You have reached the end of this guide. What would you like to do?
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