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Are you concerned about your PSA levels? This panel is a great place to start! It can help determine if taking preventive measures and treatments are necessary. Make sure those prostate readings stay in check!
Prostate cancer is a major health concern, so it's important to stay on top of your number with the Prostate Specific Antigen test. With this helpful screening tool, you can measure PSA levels in both blood and semen samples - if they're low enough that could mean no need for further testing! On the other hand, though, high results may not necessarily indicate prostate cancer as other causes like men having an enlarged or inflamed prostate should also be considered.
The PSA Panel test for 2 biomarkers: Total Prostate Specific Antigen and Free Prostate Specific Antigen
PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen): A glycoprotein secreted by epithelial cells in the prostate gland. A walnut-sized gland that sits below the bladder in males, with the urethra running through it. The prostate’s purpose is to secrete fluid that provides nutrients and protection for sperm. PSA plays a role in improving male fertility.