- Normal or Negative test results
A healthy adult male usually shows 0 to 4ng/mL of PSA in the blood sample.Values falling in this range mean the person is likely to have a normal prostate.. The prostate most likely shows no lesions, swelling, or inflammation.
- Abnormal or Positive test results
The abnormal result could indicate an underlying condition impacting the prostate gland. The PSA value of higher than 4ng/mL could indicate prostate infections, inflammation and/or enlargement, urinary tract infections, and rectal problems. Men who have undergone digital rectal examination, renal angioplasty, or biopsy can also show higher levels of PSA. The prostate may be swollen or display abnormal tissue growth within, indicating a positive PSA result.
If your results are positive, consult with top doctors from India’s trustworthy hospitals via chat, audio, or video calls on the MFine app. After the online consultation, you can easily follow up with the respective doctor in person within the next five days. Avoid self-diagnosis and self-medication.