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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Is there a risk of prostate cancer while suffering from an enlarged prostate?

i am 45 yrs old male asian and my father died at age of 65 dueto prostate cancer i recently tested for psa 3 rd generation test and the value was 2.53.then i had under gone a abdominal scan and the report says my prostate is enlarged and the volume is 33 cu there a risk of prostate cancer.
Fri, 31 Aug 2018
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Your PSA is now within normal limits. You need to get a regular check with an urologist including digital RECTAL exam periodically.

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