I am 41. When in for a routine physical, no symptoms of any prostate problems, no family history. Doc felt a "nodule" he called it and ordered a PSA and referred me to a Urologist. PSA came back 1.4 which is considered "normal" since it was under 4.0. Urologist also performed a DRE and felt the nodule and performed biopsy to rule out cancer. It came back positive (major bummer!) and I had my surgery last month.
I am not telling you this to make you worry but I do want you to be aware. I do not know what your doc felt but it would be a good idea to have the urologist perform a DRE as well to get his opinion regardless of your PSA results. No one wants prostate cancer, but thank God for my primary doc's find. To catch it early means we can be cured. Keep us posted and hopefully we will only hear that it is scarring and you can stop the worrying.
Age:41, Lump found on routine physical. PSA:1.4, 2 of 13 cores positive, Gleason:6, DeVinci surgery on 8/8/2006