hi im 34 years old and i feel in decent health last year i had a works medical which offered a psa test mine came back high at 4.6 was referred to my doc where i had subsequent psa tests of 4.4 last one was 6 months ago was 2.4 my doctor explained it may be i just have a naturally high level ..i recently had an prostate exam of another doctor who says my prostate is 3 times the normal size he said it was smooth but large ? and im currently waiting for an appointment to see a urologist , im pretty worried at the moment i dont really feel i have any symptoms of passing urine or semen no pain or anything really i do urinate often but thats mainly when i drink alcohol and i guess thats pretty normal ..i was hoping some one could shed some light on what might be wrong with me i feel quite anxious i guess thanks
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