Prostate & Testicular Screening

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)

Elevated levels of PSA in the blood sample (greater than 4ng/ml) may be an important signal of possible prostate disease. PSA is a protein produced by the prostate and released in very small amounts into the blood stream. When there is a problem with the prostate, such as enlarged prostate, prostatitis or the development of prostate cancer, more and more PSA is released until it reaches a level where it can be easily detected in the blood.

Testicular Awareness and Screening  

A self-testicular exam is an inspection of the appearance and feel of your testicles. You can do a testicular exam yourself typically standing in front of a mirror. This will give you great awareness of the condition of your testicles and help you detect changes when they occur.

 


Well-Man/ Well Woman Health Checks
Webpage icon Albumin Kidney Test
Webpage icon Ferritin Anaemia
Webpage icon Cholesterol
Webpage icon Urinalysis
Webpage icon Bowel/ Colon Screening
Webpage icon Diabetes
Webpage icon Body Composition
Webpage icon Oxygen Saturation Monitoring
Webpage icon Atrial Fibrillation
Webpage icon Blood Pressure & Heart Rate