There are several recommended health screening tests that all men should think having run in the interest of their own good health and long life.
Health Screening Tests for Cholesterol
Most men just don't understand they have High Cholesterol and don't take the time to have it checked.
For most men, you should have your cholesterol checked every 5 years starting at 35.You can read more health articles at https://edpill.net/.
However, if you smoke, have diabetes, or if heart disease runs in your family, you need to start testing at the early age of 20.
If you are overweight – you need to get that check up now no matter what your age.
Testing Your Blood Pressure
You should have your Blood Pressure checked at least every 2 years. You need to see your doctor for this. The blood pressure machines at the corner drug store may need calibration and are not accurate.
High blood pressure does not have any sign and you won't even know you have a problem until it is too late and a stroke cuts you off at the knees.
Colorectal Cancer Health Screening Tests
Regular Colorectal Cancer testing should begin at 50. There is more than one kind of test available, so don't chicken out. Just get it done.
If you have high blood pressure and or high cholesterol, your physician is going to test for Diabetes. If you are overweight, your physician is probably going to run this screen at the same time as the cholesterol screening.
Prostate Cancer Screening
Talk to your doctor about the potential benefits and harms of prostate cancer screening if you are considering having a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test or digital rectal examination (DRE).
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
You need to be up front with your doctor on this subject. You also need to consider an HIV problem if you have ever had a blood transfusion. Hiding your head in the sands of denial will not change the reality of the situation.