Prostate Testing Panels and Tests

Prostate Tests

  • PSA Free and Total Test

    Specific for men above the age of 50, this PSA Free and Total Test determines the level of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in the blood as well as the percentage of free PSA.
  • PSA Total Test

    This PSA Total Test measures the amount of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in the blood.

Prostate Testing Information

Our individual and paneled prostate tests screen for prostate-specific antigens (PSA) to identify signs of prostate cancer, enlargement and infection or measure the effectiveness of treatment. Schedule reliable and hassle-free prostate testing today.

Keep Tabs On Your Prostate Health

The prostate is an important gland located below the bladder that plays an integral part in sexual function. When healthy, this reproductive organ aids in the creation of semen and the healthy function of sperm.1 However, the prostate gland becomes more susceptible to enlargement, infection or cancer with age. Without prompt diagnosis and treatment, conditions may develop such as kidney or bladder damage, untreated cancer and more.2 Online prostate testing allows you to easily keep tabs on your prostate health, prevent complications and live life to the fullest.

Signs You Need Prostate Testing

Approximately 1 in every 3 men over 50 have symptoms of an enlarged prostate.3 To a lesser degree, prostate cancer is experienced by 13 in every 100 men in the US.4 Common signs of prostate complications to watch out for may include:

A prostate test is typically recommended for men over the age of 50 or individuals at risk for prostate cancer.6 However, if you have a prostate and are experiencing any of the aforementioned symptoms, you should seek out prostate testing as soon as possible.

  1. “Prostate Gland.” Prostate Cancer Foundation. Accessed: April 16, 2022.

  2. Andrew Maes. “Prostate Symptoms Should Not Be Ignored.” ThedaCare. May 3, 2018.

  3. “Prostate problems.” National Health Society. September 15, 2021.

  4. “Who Is at Risk for Prostate Cancer?.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. August 23, 2021.

  5. “Prostate Problems.” National Institute on Aging. July 27, 2020.

  6. “9 Signs You Need to Have a Prostate Screening.” Hampstead Medical Center PC. May 21, 2020.