Crittenton Hospital (Rochester, Michigan)offers to the general public (non-patients, non-referred) walk-ins a PSA test weekdays and partial hours on Saturdays. Cost is $15 they mail you and your doctor (you supply an address if they don't have him in their database) a copy within about
4-5 days is yours. This way a patient can monitor asap, which for some people or reasons can be valuable information. Perhaps check with www.ustoo.org
a national support group to see if they have information as to
locations and ways to get either free or low priced PSA testings, they should have something on it.
More facilities should offer such, docs appointments can be spread out and long intervals, etc. If someone is taking a new drug therapy it is important to monitor and see what is happening atleast to the PSA.
Terry Herbert did a psa study-test once, that was daily for one month and charted and compared psa numbers, it was not consistent as much as we would have thought, variances are common. This also shows why psa velocity and longer time frame history is the way to monitor such, in consecutive time intervals.