Here is what my numbers say and I’m lost.
Age 43 btw
Then is says FPSA Free %
So not sure what that means and I have a week before I go back? Nothing showed up off 6 months ago. But now I don’t know any of this.
Q: 69 years old PSA Total 4.41, PSA FREE 0.99 and Relation PSA FREE/TOTAL 22%, I have an enlarged prostate, am I concerned?
Question: Hi, I am 69 years old. I made a PSA test yesterday. The values are the following: PSA Total 4.41, PSA FREE 0.99 and Relation PSA FREE/TOTAL 22%.
Question: I am concerned because of the value is higher than 4 and I do not understand the value 22%. I have an enlarged prostate. Thanks in advance.
By taking into account the TPSA, FPSA, PSA Ratio, Age, rectal enlargement, we can deduce the High Grade Prostate Cancer Risk which about 2.7% and Prostate Cancer Risk is about 6.7%.
prostatitis is the most common reason for enlarged prostate other than the cancer, other benign reasons including acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, and chronic prostatitis.
I want to know that any risk if my PSA is 4.6, how should treat it
Since the Prostate Antigen test result gives an approximation of the state of the prostate, other factors such as age, race and other test results have been included to make the prediction of prostate cancer from the test results more realistic and reliable in the early diagnosis of prostate enlargement patients.
According to the given data, the High Grade Prostate Cancer Risk for you is 32%, and the Prostate Cancer Risk is about 54.8%. That is why I told you that it is necessary to mention other elements to make the prediction of prostate cancer more expressive of your condition.
I got my hormonal profile checked/tested through blood work because I have random menstruation, cycles always differ from one another and a random months without a period.
My results at CD3 (progesterone induced period) were:
LH: 12.48 mUI/ml
FSH: 7.71 mUI/ml
What is my LH/FSH ratio? Are the levels ok? and with these levels, does it mean I ovulate or not? Does the ratio mean I ovulate or does it indicate anovulation more likely?