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

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

A:
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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