I am a 65 year old man and recently had my PSA level checked. The doctor said that the results were 5 and at my age it was normal. I thought that above 4 was abnormal. What are normal PSA levels for a man of my age?
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The normal prostate specific antigen levels that can be found for a person who is of 65 years of age or older are like 0 to 4.5 and having 4 is very normal to have a PAS level at the age of 65.
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