Hi Sara and welcome to the board.
I can only speak for myself but I feel strongly as you do "better safe than sorry". Although a month might not make that much difference, I would not be able to sleep well, without knowing for sure what it is and as soon as possible. My husband said the biopsy was really not that bad, as have most of the men on this forum.
Did the doctors give him any antibiotics or anything just in case he has some kind of infection that would cause an enlarged prostate and elevated psa? Does PC run in is family? These are just some quick thoughts running through my head that might be considered, I'm sure there are many other possibilities that the others will bring up that I can't think of right now.
I know PC is a very scary thing to have to consider. Please don't panic, (much easier said than done)! It sounds like your on top of it and caught it early, whatever it is. Keep reading and learning all you can.
You have found a great place in this forum for all your questions and for all the support you need.
We'll be keeping our fingers crossed for you and yours.
Husband diagnosed May 2006 at age 50. RRP performed 13 July 06.
PSA 5.7, Gleason 3+4=7, Staged T2C, Cancer confined to prostate.
His father diagnosed at age 62 and is currently a 13 year survivor!