These Questions and Answers are designed to help guide you through your PSA issues.

Q1: I have a high PSA, does that mean I have prostate cancer?

Many things can cause a high PSA, such as prostate infection, swollen prostate and other things. As men age there is a good chance that many men will experience elevated PSA. If you suspect that you may have prostate cancer, you may want to consult your doctor.

Q2: I have a very high PSA and have had the biopsy and there was no cancer found as a result, do you think this product could help me?

The protocol has helped many men to reduce their PSA in similar kind of situation, as this protocol has been proved to be beneficial to men with prostatitis, which is usually caused from prostate inflammation.

Q3: I have read where a PSA under 4 is very normal for most men, is this always the case with all men?

We encourage men over age 50 to get a PSA at least once a year regularly and compare what their PSA reading was the year before. As PSA reading can change very quickly over the course of a year or less.

Q4: I have used the protocol for 30 days and my PSA stayed the same, what do you think happened?

Almost 100% of the time when this happen, it is usually a case of prostatitis and inflammation of the prostate.  Even if a person does not have a reduction of PSA after 30 days protocol, most men still experience a much better urea flow and the uncomfortable prostate area improves greatly.

Q5: I started on the 90-day maintenance protocol and after started on it for 30 days, I got another PSA and PSA had risen. What caused my PSA to rise?

We do not recommend you get a new PSA until the end of each 90 days protocol after the initial 30 days protocol. We have found through time that a PSA test is not necessarily needed this often. The PSA can fluctuate somewhat at most any given time.

Q6: I had a very high PSA, over 100, after starting on the 30 days protocol, my PSA has dropped over 50%. What do I need to do to get it down further?

We advise that you go through another 30-day protocol and get another PSA at the end of the second 30-day protocol. If your PSA has not had further reduction, we advise you to consult your doctor.

Q7: I started on the 30-day protocol and it reduced my PSA over 90% in 30 days, down to a PSA of less than 4, in fact below 2.  I did not continue on the 90-day protocol and now after 6 months my PSA is higher than it was before I started on your protocol. I thought I would be ok after using the protocol for 30 days. What should I do now to get it down again?

Just simply go through the 30-day protocol again and get new PSA reading. The PSA should go back down and then making sure you continue on the 90-day maintenance protocol. If you do this, your PSA will not likely rise again.

Q8: My PSA has been always under 4 and at my age my Dr. says this is not considered high. As my current PSA is 3 a few days ago which has risen from just under 1 in less than 6 months, would you recommend your protocol under this situation?

With a sharp increase of PSA like this, we would recommend that you try our protocol as there is something that is causing this sharp increase. Please remember that a sharp increase in PSA does not happen without a cause.

Q9: I am a very small man, so do I need to lower the dosage for these products?

No, we do not take into consideration a man’s height and weight with this protocol. through years of men using this protocol, we have never seen the need to lower or increase dosage for body size or weight.

Q10: I just completed the 90-day maintenance protocol, but my PSA has increased from the end of the 30 days protocol. What should I do now?

Continue on another 90 days protocol and follow the same dosage.

Q11: I have been on the 90 days maintenance protocol for almost 2 years, and my PSA has been holding very well, do I need to get a new PSA every 90 day?

We do not recommend a PSA test every 90 day once your PSA has been stable for at least 6 months after you have been on the maintenance dosage for at least a year and your PSA is holding well. We only recommend a new PSA once per year.

Q12: I had prostate surgery some years ago and now my PSA is starting rise. Could I use the protocol to lower my PSA?

We do not offer this product as a treatment to cure prostate cancer whatsoever although we have seen our protocol control men’s PSA very well under this similar condition. Again, we do not offer this protocol as a protocol to cure prostate cancer.

Q13: I ordered the 30 days protocol and how long does it take before I receive the package?

It takes around 7-10 days to receive a package in most countries if there are no customs issues within your country. Once you have placed an order, within 24-48 hours you will receive the express tracking number, along with the company that was used to ship your package to you. Once you have a tracking number you can track your package. Please note: once a package is shipped and you may see where the package was shipped from (which country it was shipped from) –you will not be able to see any further movement of the package until it reaches the country you are located in. once it reaches your country, you can track the package to your door. Once you have read all this information and still have a question about your package, please send an email to this email address: info@psacontrol.com

Q14: What will I be taking once I order the protocol?

The protocol consists of capsules to be taken each time with your meals. Please note: if you prefer you may break the capsules open and place the contents of the capsules in approx. 3 ounces of tomato juice or any vegetable juice. As some men prefer taking the capsules this way.  (the results will be the same regardless as to how you consume the capsules.)


Thank you for ordering our PSA protocol and we wish you the best results possible.