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My dad's psa report came
My dads psa is showing 16.58 ng/mL Is he suffering from cancer? Please reply asap All other urine related test reports are normal
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Dr. Amod Dwivedi
Urologist 16 yrs exp Kanpur
PSA can also rise b/I infection in prostate. If there is no sign of infection, then prostate biopsy is required to confirm prostate cancer.
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