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Posted by: ED | 2010/09/16

ED

I have an appointment with a gp next week because of erection concerns, will she be able to do the necessary examination and tests, or should I cancel and seek a urologist

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Dear ED
I think you should rather see an urologist eventually, although your GP can do some of the initial tests like a fasting glucose blood test, blood pressure, evaluation of medications, family history, cholesterol test and general physical examination. She can refer you to an urologist with these results.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/09/16

Dear ED
I think you should rather see an urologist eventually, although your GP can do some of the initial tests like a fasting glucose blood test, blood pressure, evaluation of medications, family history, cholesterol test and general physical examination. She can refer you to an urologist with these results.
Dr Bets

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