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What is the normal range on psa tests for prostate cancer?

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If your prostate was removed for cancer psa should be <0.
1. If you had radiation we like it below 0.5 but anything below 1.0 is acceptable. If you are being screened, i like it based on age; >75 up to 6.5; 65-75 4.5; 55-65 3.5; 45-55 2.5. You also don't want it going up >0.7/year. For more: @thepeedoc www.Peedoc.Com.

In brief: Multiple answers

If your prostate was removed for cancer psa should be <0.
1. If you had radiation we like it below 0.5 but anything below 1.0 is acceptable. If you are being screened, i like it based on age; >75 up to 6.5; 65-75 4.5; 55-65 3.5; 45-55 2.5. You also don't want it going up >0.7/year. For more: @thepeedoc www.Peedoc.Com.
Dr. Roscoe Nelson
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Normal psa levels are age dependent even though most labs report up to 4 ng/ml as normal.
Psa is elevated in most patients with prostate cancer.

In brief: Unclear question

Normal psa levels are age dependent even though most labs report up to 4 ng/ml as normal.
Psa is elevated in most patients with prostate cancer.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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