Men's health in Tamiami, FL

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    MEN'S HEALTH 101

    Your questions answered.

    What conditions are more common in men?

    Hypertension, erectile dysfunction, and low testosterone.

    What about men in their 40s & 50s?

    Generally: anxiety, hypertension, hair loss, high cholesterol, and erectile dysfunction — all of which can be managed or treated with a doctor.

    What types of doctor appointments are recommended for men in their 40s & 50s?

    If you have any of the conditions listed above - anxiety, hypertension, hair loss, high cholesterol, or ED - you should see a doctor to get care. In addition, doctors recommend a shingles vaccination at 50.

    Doctors also recommend 3 important cancer screenings:
    1. Colonoscopy at 45 - or earlier if you have a family history of colon cancer.
    2. Prostate cancer screening at 50 - or earlier if you have a family history of prostate cancer.
    3. Lung cancer screening at 55 if you're a smoker.

    What can I expect during a routine check-up with a primary care doctor?

    Every check-up is a little different depending on your health, but generally speaking you can expect a full run through of your medical of your medical history, a physical exam, and some labs, if needed. As you get older, you should expect a screening for colon cancer and prostate cancer, as well.

    How can I prepare for a routine check-up?

    The best way to prepare is to think about your medical history, write down any questions or concerns you have, and be ready to be open and honest with your doctor. If you're expecting to do lab work, it's important you arrive fasted, too.

    Is booking an in-person check-up safe right now?

    Yes. I'd say it's very safe. Most offices follow strict infection prevention protocol like making mandatory masks, temperature checks, and adequate cleaning/ disinfecting patient common areas.

    How can I stay healthy as I get older?

    Everybody's body is different - which is why it's important to establish that relationship with a primary care doctor. Generally speaking, you should get in the habit of exercising 30-45 minutes per day 3-5 times per week, get 6-8 hours of sleep per night, limit alcohol intake, avoid tobacco, and continue to make healthy dietary choices.

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