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Essential Check-ups | Men’s Health


medication that will help stabilise what is often a treatable condition.


Impotence


At some point during your life most men experience problems regarding erectile dysfunction (ED). If you experience impotence problems for several weeks, then you should make an appointment with your GP, who, following tests, may prescribe Viagra—but only after the cause of ED is determined can it be effectively treated. However, simple lifestyle changes like losing weight and doing more exercise can often put the problem right. If you do go to see your GP regarding impotence problems, they are likely to give you a general health assessment, as ED can also be indicative of other health conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure or


diabetes.


Prostate Cancer: What You Need to Know


While the direct causes of prostate cancer are


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largely unknown, your risk of developing the disease increases as you get older. Most cases of the disease develop in men aged 50 or older. Men who have close male relatives, such as a father or brother, who have suff ered from the disease are at an increased risk of developing the condition. The PSA test, a physical examination of the prostate or a biopsy, are the most commonly used tests to check for prostate cancer. The PSA test measures the level of prostate-specifi c antigens, however, the results can be unreliable as elevated PSA levels can occur due to other causes including non-cancerous growths or urinary tract infections.


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