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Normal PSA levels in the blood are very small amounts between 0-2.5 ng/ml. Levels greater than 2.5 ng/ml, can have many different causes. Prostate Cancer is one cause. Higher levels of PSA can be found in the blood as prostate cancer cells begin to proliferate in an uncontrolled way. But elevated PSA levels doesn’t necessarily mean prostate cancer. PSA can also rise for benign, non-cancerous conditions such as enlarged prostate, prostate inflammation, infection, or trauma. Get checked by your doctor.
IMPORTANT: All elevated readings of PSA should be checked.
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