Dr. Sergio valenti
Different male conditions affect men at different time of their life. That’s why doesn’t matter what is your age, what counts is to become aware on the health risks facing men today, learn about lifestyle choices that can reduce those risk factor, understand preventive care and recommended screening test.
1- If you are a man in your 20’s, 30’s or 40’s you need to see your urologist for complete assessment to rule out genital malformations (phimosis, testicular hypermobility, varicocele, testicular lumps).
2- If you are a man above 50 you need to see your urologist for PSA (prostatic specific antigen) screening.
3- If you feel always tired, not focused or you are facing lack of concentration it may depend on low testosterone level. Talk to your urologist and seek for his help.
4- If you see traces of blood in the urine inform your urologist: he will proceed with simple investigations such as urine test and ultrasound to rule out the presence of urinary tract infection and kidney conditions.
5- If you suffer from renal calculi increase your daily amount of water and go to see your urologist for periodic investigations of your kidneys.
Tips for men’s health:
- Healthy lifestyle: eat healthy and maintain healthy weight.
- Be smoke free.
- Manage stress.
- Be safe at home, at work, on the road.
- Get routine health screening.