My PSA is about 15 and I'm 55 years old.

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Your PSA level is definitely higher than the normal range. However, it does not equal to prostate cancer. Other conditions, such as prostate hyperplasia, could also cause PSA elevation. It is imperative that you meet a urologist, who would take the next appropriate measures to determine your likelihood of prostate cancer. Good luck, dude.

Do you have symptoms such as urinary pain, frequency or fever? If not, you are suggested to do a prostate biopsy ASAP. A PSA higher than 10 indicates prostate cancer.