Prostate health checks

A prostate check is used to detect the early signs of prostate cancer. You can get your prostate checked through a blood test, which checks your PSA (prostate specific antigen) levels. A higher amount of PSA in your blood could be a sign of prostate cancer, or a problem with your prostate.

As you get older, your risk of getting prostate cancer increases. That’s why it’s important to get it checked if you have any concerns or symptoms. If you’re over 50, you can get your PSA levels checked with some of our health assessments. A prostate check is included in our Be.Reassured, Be.Ahead and Mature health assessments. You’ll have time to discuss any concerns you have with a GP after the test.

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