Male Health and Anatomy
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What screening tests do college men need?
via Brown University's Health Education
For healthy men under age 40, the current guidelines recommend the following:
- Testicular exam by a medical provider every 1 to 2 years. Testicular cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in men age 18 to 35.
- Testicular self exam every month
- Blood pressure screening every 2 years
- Blood test for cholesterol every 5 years
Please note that these guidelines are intended for people without symptoms. Specific risk factors or your previous history may lead your medical provider to request testing and visits at more frequent intervals.
- Eating Concerns and Men
- Body Positive
- Something Fishy
- National Eating Disorder Association
- Eating Disorders in Men
- Eating Disorders in Straight and Gay Men
- Erectile Dysfunction FAQ
- Erectile Dysfunction (via the Mayo Clinic)
- Erectile Dysfunction Prevention
- Non-Surgical Management of ED
- How Viagra Works