It might be helpful to know what type of test is used in order to know if the potential interference might raise or lower the results.
Agree - and I cannot find out.
The standard test for PSA works in nanograms/milliliter (ng/ml)with a "tripwire" level of 4, modified up to 7 by the patient's increasing age.
Last time, I came in at 31.5. A PCP at our surgery said that this was not high, and he had known people who exceeded 100.
However, an enlarged prostate is now confirmed by physical examination, so my concerns are now a) is it cancerous, and b) this is not good for emptying a bladder properly.
The real trouble is that MS can play with the nervous signals from bladder to brain, creating a false sense of urgency. This can be ignored right up to the point where it really is urgent, and one is only seconds from disaster.
I just want more than two hours unbroken sleep at a time.
And while I was writing this, the next Urology appointment, has just come through, meaning that I have to arrange for another blood sample to be sent off to the hospital for another PSA test.
So I better stop taking Biotin right now!