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Men’s Health Check

Men lead busy lives, juggling their professional and personal commitments with great vigor and dedication. However, this can sometimes lead to neglecting their own health and wellness, which can result in various health conditions over time. 

It’s important for men to undergo regular medical examinations as a proactive strategy to prevent potential health issues and address any existing ones early on to maintain optimal wellness. 

Common Health Risks & Symptoms for Male

As men age, they become susceptible to various ailments and manifestations, primarily affecting the genitourinary system, which includes the prostate, bladder, ureter, and kidneys. The following list outlines prevalent diseases and symptoms experienced by males:

Prostatitis, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Prostate Cancer

Symptoms include challenges with urination, recurrent urination, and heightened nocturnal urination


Symptoms include recurrent urination, burning and painful sensation during urination, and presence of blood in urine

Kidney Stones

Symptoms include abdominal or lower back pain, burning and painful sensation during urination, and presence of blood in urine

Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, Hepatic Insufficiency

Symptoms include abnormal digestion, nausea, jaundice (a condition characterized by yellowing of the skin and eyes)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)

Symptoms can vary based on the specific type of STD and may include genital redness, itching, unusual discharge, discomfort during urination, and more

Humansa Personalised Health Check-ups and Assessments

At Humansa, we are a private retreat which focuses on wellbeing. Humansa provides bespoke services prioritising your health through our multidisciplinary approach. Our team of experienced professionals offer clear and insightful recommendations based on assessment results, paving the way to a happier and healthier life.

With each individual’s health needs being unique, we provide tailored services that cater to each person’s specific age, from the young to the young at heart. Our assessments evaluate health conditions and provide the correct guidance required to prevent diseases, promote healthier lifestyles, and improve health in general.

Common Health Check Items for Male

Common Health Check Items for Male


Prostate Health Assessment

The prostate is a vital organ that can be susceptible to various disorders, including frequent urination, irregular bladder function, enlarged prostate, inflammation of the urethra or prostate (urethritis or prostatitis), and potentially even the development of prostate cancer.

Renal Function Test

This test is used to identify the state of kidney health by monitoring levels of electrolytes and detecting any irregularities such as kidney stones or failure.

Liver Function Test

This test helps identify liver damage, cirrhosis, liver failure, and other related conditions.


This test involves conducting urine composition analysis to identify conditions such as urinary tract infection, urethritis, atypical renal function, kidney function, diabetes mellitus, and other related disorders.

Sexual Health

Individuals who engage in sexual activity or high-risk sexual behavior should undergo routine testing for sexually transmitted infections, such as syphilis and HIV/AIDS, to safeguard both their own sexual well-being as well as that of their intimate partners

What are the Recommended Health Check Items to Conduct for Men at Various Stages of Life?

Men aged 25 – 39: Lung function test, liver function test, regular sexual health assessment

Men aged 40 – 59: Lung function test, liver function test, renal function test, prostate health assessment, cardiovascular health, regular sexual health assessment

Men aged above 60: Lung function test, liver function test, renal function test, prostate health assessment, cardiovascular health, bone density scan, regular sexual health assessment

Humansa Men’s Health Check

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Men’s Health Check


General Health Assessment
– Detailed Assessment on Medical History
– Body Weight, Height, and BMI Measurement
– Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Respiratory Rate
– Body Composition and Wellness Assessment

Laboratory Tests
– CBC (Complete Blood Count)
– Renal function test: Urea, Creatinine, Sodium, Potassium, eGFR
– Liver function test: AST (Aspartate Transaminase), ALT (Alanine Transaminase), TP (Total Protein), A/G (Albumin / Globulin) Ratio
– Uric Acid (Urate)

Male Cancer Marker
– PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) – Total

Infectious Disease Blood Testing
– HBs Ag (Hepatitis B Surface Antigen)
– HIV Antibodies
– Treponemal Pallidum Antibody (IgG) (Syphillis)

Urine Examination
– Urinalysis

– Ultrasound Kidneys, Urinary,  Bladder, and Prostate (Transabdominal)
– Chest X-ray

Doctor Consultation
– Report Interpretation and Advice

Optional Add-on Examination Items

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • DEXA Bone Densitometry (Spine & Hip)
  • Hepatitis A, B and C Antibodies
  • Ultrasound Upper Abdomen
  • Exercise Stress Test (Treadmill)
  • 9-in-1 HPV Vaccination

FAQs of Men’s Health Check

Is hospitalization necessary for a men's health check?

No, hospitalization is not necessary for a men’s health check. The check-up can be conducted in a clinic or medical center.

Do I require a medical check-up if I am not experiencing any discomfort?

Yes, it’s important to undergo routine medical check-ups even if you are not experiencing any discomfort. Certain illnesses may not exhibit any symptoms during their initial phases, which can lead to delayed treatment if the condition is only diagnosed at a later stage. Undertaking routine physical examinations aids in detecting and addressing suboptimal health conditions promptly, thereby averting minor indications from progressing into severe ailments.

By undergoing regular health check-ups, you can take proactive steps to maintain your health and well-being, and identify any potential health issues early on when they are more easily treatable. 

The above information is for reference only and shall not be considered as medical advice. Please consult with your doctor or healthcare provider for further enquiries.