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I have been offered a PSA test and physical Postrate examination due to some symptoms that I am experiencing since few months. I have read few articles whereby there is an argument that raised PSA levels does not always imply BPH and there are other reasons for PSA levels to go high. What I want to know is if the reverse is also true ? Meaning, could PSA levels be still normal inspite of having BPH or Prostatitis (for someone at age of 37)? Had anyone had similar experience or perhaps any medical practitioner here could clarify this ? Thanks.
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