If you are a man over the age of 50, you will probably have heard of the PSA test.
When it comes to prostate cancer screening and raising awareness, PSA testing has an important role. A raised PSA level can be a sign of a problem, and a PSA blood test can help diagnose that problem. An elevated PSA level is not the cause of these prostate conditions, but only an indicator of the underlying disease. In this video, we will be discussing what causes PSA to spike, what you can do to naturally lower PSA levels, and whether there is really such a thing as a ‘normal’ PSA level for men.

    1 Response to "What is a Normal PSA level by age?"

    • Gediminas Berzinskas

      Sorry, nothing useful.

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