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@itterac

I lift weights a lot. Does this result in higher testosterone levels. My current level is 230. Should i change my exercise program now that my psa has risen to .15 2 1/2 years post RP?

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Hello @itterac, Welcome to Connect. From what I've read everything under 4.0 ng/mL is normal. Here's some information I found about your question.

Does Working Out Affect Testosterone Levels?: https://www.webmd.com/men/features/exercise-and-testosterone#1

It sounds like you may be concerned about the rise in your PSA since your radical prostatectomy (RP). Have you asked your doctor about your concern?

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