- Measures Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Level in Blood
- Results Typically Available Approximately 5-7 Days After Receipt Of Sample At The Lab
- No additional Lab Fees
- Shipping Cost Included (Excludes International)
Home Prostate Test
A PSA blood test is considered the most effective test currently available for the early detection of prostate cancer. According to National Cancer Institute, each year more than 186,000 American men learn that they have this disease. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer among men in this country.
- *In order to receive results, please print your email address clearly in the test requisition form included in the kit.
- Prostate Cancer Is The Second Most Deadly Cancer in Men And More than 80% of Prostate Cancers are Diagnosed in Men Who Are 65 or Older.
- Good Test For Men With Symptoms Including:
- Increased Frequency of Urination
- Painful or Burning Urination
- Blood in Urine Or Semen
- Frequent Pain In Lower Back, Hips or Upper Thighs
- High PSA Levels In Women Can Indicate Fibroadenomas or Breast Cysts
- Test Performed With A Simple Finger Stick In The Privacy Of Your Own Home
- View PDF Below to Learn More About Prostate Specific Antigen:
Due to State Law, This Test Can Not Be Shipped to NY State
A PSA blood test is considered the most effective test currently available for the early detection of prostate cancer.
According to National Cancer Institute, each year more than 186,000 American men learn that they have this disease. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer among men in this country.
The following risk factors for prostate cancer:
Age over 65: Age is the main risk factor for prostate cancer. The chance of getting prostate cancer increases as you get older. In the United States, most men with prostate cancer are over 65. This disease is rare in men under 45.
Family history: Your risk is higher if your father, brother, or son had prostate cancer.
Certain prostate changes: Men with cells called high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN) may be at increased risk of prostate cancer. These prostate cells look abnormal under a microscope.
Certain genome changes: Researchers have found specific regions on certain chromosomes that are linked to the risk of prostate cancer. According to recent studies, if a man has a genetic change in one or more of these regions, the risk of prostate cancer may be increased. The risk increases with the number of genetic changes that are found. Also, other studies have shown an elevated risk of prostate cancer among men with changes in certain genes, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2.
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