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Does spironolactone have any effect on the PSA?

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Anonymous

5 Dec 2012

Hello Manabouttown13,

Spironolactone belongs to the drug classes aldosterone receptor antagonists, potassium-sparing diuretics.

Having said that is not in the drug class, nor the type of medication to increase the PSA (Prostate-specific antigen) levels.

Click on the link:

http://www.drugs.com/enc/psa.html

MEDICATIONS THAT CAN CAUSE HIGH PSA NUMBERS

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Anonymous 5 Dec 2012
MacIntosh12 5 Dec 2012

Now, THIS answer goes beyond the call of duty, it goes the extra ten miles!
Nice job, my friend! Impressive indeed!

Anonymous 5 Dec 2012

Many thanks L for your kind words.-

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