How often?

Once a year (or if you have problems)

Do I need a recommendation?

Yes, you need one for your first appointment.

How long will it take?

About 20 minutes.

Will it hurt?

Testicular exam and examination per rectum might be uncomfortable, but it shouldn't hurt.

What will happen during the exam?

The examination is focused on the inspection of your urinary tract (kidneys, urinary bladder, urethra) and male sexual organs (testicles, epididymis, prostate, penis). The doctor will interview you and look at your genitals. He will examine your prostate per rectum. He might also take some blood and urine samples to test them for PSA markers (to discover diseases such as kidney cancer, prostate cancer, etc.). There is also a possibility to check levels of testosterone - a male sex hormone. The doctor might also use other methods, such as ultrasound scan, endoscopy, examination of your semen, etc.

Do I need to pay for the exam?


Do I need to prepare for the exam?

Do your usual intimate hygiene.

What is the waiting time for such examination?

2 - 8 weeks, immediately if you have serious problems.

Where to go?

You can choose from a range of urological clinics, it's best to choose one close to your home.

Do I need to call for test results?

Follow your urologist's instructions.

What can I get from the examination?

You will know everything is okay down there.

What more can I do?

Self-check your testicles once a month. It takes only 5 minutes and it's free.

Our tip: Don't be shy to talk about your problems, the doctor is used to this.

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