Prostate and Testes Cancer Assessment Clinic


At Private Ultrasound Clinic, our Prostate and Testes Health Check Service is dedicated to providing comprehensive assessments for optimal prostate and testes health. With advanced facilities and a compassionate team, we offer the expertise you need. Services include ultrasound scans and PSA tests to detect potential issues like prostate cancer.
Testicular ultrasound is a valuable tool for screening and evaluating testicular conditions, including cancer. It becomes particularly important when there are risk factors such as a family history of cancer or the presence of micro-lithiasis (tiny calcium deposits that you cannot feel by physical self-examination). Ultrasound helps assess the size, shape, and structure of the testicles, detecting abnormalities like cancerous tumors.

If you have risk factors or concerns, a testicular ultrasound is necessary for your situation, ensuring early detection and proper follow-up or management.

Take charge of your well-being today. Schedule your appointment with us and experience proactive, specialized care for your prostate and testes health by using this package.                       

The package includes blood tests (such as PSA for prostate cancer), and imaging studies (ultrasound scans) to assess the health of the prostate and testes.

Men who are at a higher risk of developing prostate or testicular cancer, are those with a family history of the diseases or certain genetic predispositions, should strongly consider undergoing this assessment package. Additionally, men above a certain age (usually 40 for prostate cancer and 15-35 for testicular cancer) should also consider regular screenings.

Early detection allows for timely intervention, increasing the chances of successful treatment and potentially reducing the need for more aggressive interventions like surgery or chemotherapy. It can also provide peace of mind by ruling out or detecting potential issues.

While this package is primarily aimed at early detection, it can help identify certain symptoms that may be indicative of prostate or testicular cancer. These symptoms include changes in urination patterns, blood in urine or semen, pain or discomfort in the pelvic area, or the presence of lumps or swelling in the testes.

The frequency of screenings can vary based on individual risk factors and medical history, including any findings from previous screenings.