Prostate Health Index (phi) for patient
А simple blood test for better prostate cancer detection.
"Knowledge is the first step,
- Frequent urge to urinate
- Difficulty or inability to urinate
- Painful urination
- Blood in urine or semen
- Dribbling of urine
- Difficulty in having an erection
- Painful ejaculation
- Frequent pain or stiffness in lower back, hips or upper thighs
These warning signs may point to such prostate problems such as acute prostatitis, chronic prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or prostate cancer.
- Family History
- Obesity Smoking
To understand your prostate health, you need information. The first step towards more information is a PSA test. This is typically performed during your annual physical. If your PSA is elevated, it may indicate you need even more information about your prostate health.An elevated PSA may mean:
- benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH)
- prostate cancer
- or other conditions
- Review the enclosed discussion guide with your doctor to learn what an elevated PSA level may mean.
- Ask your doctor about
phiand if it might be the next step for you before a prostate biopsy.
*phi, or the Prostate Health
WHAT IS phi?
- A simple blood test.
- 3X better at detecting prostate cancer than PSA.
- A powerful combination of three tests-in-one.
WHY phi BEFORE A BIOPSY?
Studies have shown that up to 75°/o of prostate biopsies come back negative1, meaning there is a need for better information about your prostate health before a biopsy.
1phi gives you the information you need.