Dehydration and PSA Test ?

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It seems it could...........an interesting article, PSA variability; A new factor, from Harvard Health Publishing states........ "Other possible explanations include summertime increases in testosterone levels or sexual activity. Warmer temperatures and increased outdoor exercise might also produce some degree of dehydration, which could affect blood tests."

The article is short and worth the read.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/PSA_variability_A_new_factor
 
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