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A positive check doesn't mean prostate cancer

But there will be more testing to figure out what's going on.

 

You'll be referred to a urologist

A positive result indicates an increased risk of prostate cancer, which is why you need to see a urologist.

The urologist may offer you a test called a prostate biopsy. Learn more about prostate biopsy here.