"The arbitrary PSA cutoff value for recommending a prostate biopsy is 4 ng/ml," said Dr. Barqawi. "If a patient has a PSA value of ng/ml, for example, the physician and the patient might feel safer than they really should. We know from the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial that PSA values of 1-2 ng/ml are associated with a 29% risk of a prostate cancer-related diagnosis. The correlation between PSA and testosterone is very much indicative that testosterone could help improve interpretation of PSA values and in the process increase the protection against prostate cancer."
Selecting the type of treatment that is going to be best for your needs requires a doctor’s input into the subject. This can only occur after the completion of blood analysis because the hormone specialist will need to review these results along with the findings from a physical examination and medical history questionnaire to determine the best approach for each individual. There is no comparison when looking at testosterone enanthate or testosterone cypionate vs. testosterone propionate . The short-term effects of testosterone propionate make it a costly and often painful proposition for most men, and it is not as safe to use long-term as the other forms of treatment.
This medication should not be used if you have certain medical conditions. Before using this medicine, consult your doctor or pharmacist in case of: