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Do you have a family history of prostate cancer? Do you have any urinary symptoms like burning or urgency or pain behind the scrotum?
This sounds like you may have prostatitis as the cause of the elevated PSA. You need to stop the testosterone immediately and get in to see a urologist for a prostate exam and a repeat Urine culture and you may need to be placed on a course of antibiotics for 3-4 weeks. You should them have the PSA repeated a few weeks later. If the PSA is still elevated, then you need to have your prostate biopsied to rule out prostate cancer. Hope this helps.
Unfortunately, you will have to put up with feeling horrible until you get the PSA straightened out. The worse thing you want to do is potentially continue to feed an undiagnosed prostate cancer more testosterone to make it grow faster. You need this evaluation by a urologist.
Nov 4th is fine as long as you stop your testosterone now