If you have an elevated PSA level, your doctor may suggest a prostate biopsy procedure to rule out cancer as a cause.
Did you know you can take a non-invasive urine test to indicate your personal risk for prostate cancer and also determine your need for a prostate biopsy?
A high level of PSA in the bloodstream may be a warning sign for cancer, however, there are also non-cancerous causes for elevated PSA levels such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or inflammation.
As a result, many men undergo unnecessary invasive prostate biopsy procedures.
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