Mens Health Check

Mens Health Check at Exeter Medical

What is a male health check?


A male health check monitors a man’s health, detects any medical conditions early, and offers advice on ways to improve their health. These checks can identify underlying health problems early on. This allows men to make changes or have treatment that can increase their chance of a better health outcome.  

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Surgery that involves cutting both the tubes (vas) that carry sperm from the testicles.

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Surgery to remove a benign scrotal lump.

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