Your levels are indeed not as yet a cause for concern and I suspect that your GP will monitor this and test you again in the future. You do not mention any other symptoms so at this time your GP may feel you do not need to see a Urologist. If, however, he felt further investigations were indicated, this would likely be a biopsy of the prostate gland which would normally be done under local anaesthetic.
Should your GP decide you do need further assessment, please speak with the personal advisory team who will be able to assist you in using your medical cover.
Answered by Health at Hand nurses.
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