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PSA levels

This year in July 2016 I had consistent elevated PSA levels around 5. Dr. performed biopsy which was negative. However, then my prostate got infected, my urine was infected with E. coli, and I ended up in Hospital on 3 separate occasions for 17 days total. In August 2016, things finally cleared up. Dec 12, 2016 I go for follow up PSA, it's 10.2!! Going tomorrow for another PSA for follow up, this is starting to worry me as I've read a spike in PSA is not good. Any comments? Or people who have been through something like this? Thanks

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