Our expert says:
You don't really have to see an urologist if you have no symptoms ( discharge, blood in urine or semen, difficulty urinating etc) You can ask your GP to do a urine test to check for infection or blood, and to examine your testis for cancer (testis cancer is the most common cancer in young men). At your age you don't have to do a screening prostate examination unless you have suspicious symptoms or would feel more reassured if your doctor did it.
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