What Is the Normal Range of Blood Test for Prostate Cancer?

Do I need to take a blood test for detecting the prostate cancer? What is the normal range?

Well, first, do you have the related symptoms of the prostate cancer such as back pain, blood in the urine and so on. If so, a blood test of PSA is needed.

Generally speaking, PSA less than 4 ng/ mL is normal. If the value is between 4-10, indicating a 25% chance of getting the prostate cancer. And when the value is more than 10, your risk of getting the cancer can be up to 67%.

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