PSA Blood Test (Prostate Specific Antigen)

A PSA test measures the amount of prostate specific antigen in your blood as a way to test for prostate cancer.

Our PSA Blood test is a quick and easy way to test for prostate cancer. We check your PSA levels with our at home finger-prick blood test to understand your risk of prostate cancer.

  • Results and doctors report in 2 days or less
  • Free, next-working day delivery
  • Testing for Prostate Specific Antigen

£55.00


Testing with Selph is fast and easy

Collect & Post Sample
Collect & Post Sample

Use your test kit to collect your sample at home

Use the included envelope to post your sample back to our accredited lab for analysis.

Accurate Results, explained
Accurate Results, explained

We'll deliver your results to your online dashboard.

Your dashboard tracks all your tests so you can see your results over time.

Get Support & Progress
Get Support & Progress

Our experts give you a report so you'll know what your results mean.

We'll highlight how you can use your results to understand symptoms, pick up health problems early and take action.

Personalise your PSA Blood Test (Prostate Specific Antigen)

You can choose how you'd to collect your blood sample. You may also want to add to your test panel depending on your age, sex and any symptoms.

Choose how to collect your blood sample
Add to your test

What's tested in your PSA Blood Test (Prostate Specific Antigen)?

Our PSA test checks for prostate specific antigen levels in your blood. High PSA levels can be a sign of prostate cancer and should be followed up with a prostate scan.

In addition to testing your PSA level, we'll also test your free PSA level and Free-to-Total PSA ratio if your PSA level is borderline high, at no extra cost. These markers give you more information on your prostate cancer risk.

  • Prostate specific antigen (PSA)

    Your PSA level can help you understand your risk of prostate cancer and guide further testing.

  • Free PSA

    If your PSA level is between 2.0 - 10μg/L we'll check your free PSA level to get more information on your prostate cancer risk

  • Free PSA to Total PSA ratio

    If your PSA level is between 2.0 - 10μg/L we'll calculate your free to total PSA ratio to help guide further actions by your doctor.