Ultrasound did not include biopsy. Don't know what level the PSA was a year earlier. But DR also did a digital rectal exam at time of last PSA test and said it was normal except for enlarged prostate.
Radiologist reported nothing suspicious and noted (Call patient looks OK). Only comment was ultrasound was consistent with location and shape of BHP.
I have in additon to borderline osteoporosis some of the symptoms of low testosterone ie low libido which prompted internist to check testostrone in first place, anxiety and depression and trouble focusing and concentrating. Have had these for years and have been seeing a phyciatrist for 15 years. Currently on lexapro and xanax for years. Does not seem to really help. Wondering if this could all be related to low testosterone which has existed for many years. Also have always had flabbly breasts nothing obscene but just out of proportion to rest of build for many years.
Just curious that radiologist did not recommend an ultrasound with a biopsy after reviewing the ultrasound. She saw nothing in the ultasound that would indicate prostate cancer. Only conclusion was reading consistent with BHP.