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Very new here. I wanted to know if a high psa level automatically means cancer? I went to a urologist after a psa of 70 for a digital exam. He did not feel anything and was leaninh more towards it being an enlarged prostate. However, nothing will br confimred until the biopsy. I am very nervous. Please someone tell me something about this and what to expect