Patient with raised PSA level

Chief Complaint A 48 y/o male referred for a raised PSA level. He does not complain of any erectile dysfunction. Investigations Rectal examination was normal. He has undergone transrectal ultrasound guided biopsies of the prostate which were negative. At present his PSA level is 6.9 ng/ml. Treatment What next should be done in this case?

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PSA 6.9 definitely higher than normal but not worry some or nor suggest malignancy He should be observed and monitored for a year or so Treatment part is subjective and symptomatic

PSA level is little high but It can raise in some beingn conditions also like BPH Repeat usg after some time and psa level also..

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