How to reduce PSA?

The internet offers numerous tips on how to reduce PSA (prostate-specific antigen) levels. However, attempting to reduce PSA based on such information can be more harmful than beneficial. If you have a high PSA level, it is crucial to follow your doctor's advice rather than trying to reduce it independently. Actions like consuming certain foods or drinks before a PSA test can lead to misleading results, either false positives or negatives. 

This can impede your doctor's ability to make an accurate clinical judgment. For instance, if you have prostate cancer and attempt to artificially lower your PSA before a test, the cancer might remain undetected. Therefore, always seek guidance from a qualified medical practitioner before trying to reduce your PSA levels on your own.


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