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Answered: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

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Answered: My husband PSA was .3 is this normal? thank you

Hi Kristi, Yes the results are perfect. Up to 4 ng/ml (nano-grams per mili-litter) is normal. He has 0.3 ng/ml so it's just perfect. Best regards,
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Can psa levels go over 100? And if so after 2 blood tests that say the

It means that the person needs to get a biopsy to confirm but the chances of cancer are present. It's not a sure thing, ever--till the biopsy. Anyway, reading Super Beta Prostate reviews will help you understand the prostate better and you'll see how beta-sitosterol helps the prostate too.

My psa is raising have no prostate

You might have had TURP, which removes part of the prostate but not all of it. That would still have the possibility of prostate cancer. You need to discuss the PSA with your doctor.

Bringing my period forward a week.

It does not always work perfectly but I have done it before, for the excact same reason and it was fine. Be prepared that you might have a longer and heavier period than usual as you have 2 months worth of bleeding but YES it should work fine.

My husband had prostrate cancer he had it removed ...

Unless the psa level is down you should take him to your doctor regularly. You can ask your doctor to check that it has not spread to the other parts of the body. Its always better to have the tests done and investigated on time than worry later... Just to share some additional information here. I ...