1. Physical examination: During a physical examination, a healthcare provider will check the genitals and other reproductive organs for any signs of abnormalities or problems.
2. Testosterone test: Testosterone is a hormone that plays a key role in male sexual function. A testosterone test can help to determine if testosterone levels are within a healthy range.
3. STI testing: STIs, or sexually transmitted infections, are infections that are transmitted through sexual contact. STI testing can detect the presence of STIs, including HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis.
4. Prostate cancer screening: The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system that produces some of the fluid in semen. Prostate cancer is a common type of cancer in men, and a prostate cancer screening can help to detect it early, when it is most treatable.
5. Semen analysis: A semen analysis is a test that looks at the quality and quantity of a man's semen. It can help to determine if there are any issues with fertility.
It is generally recommended that men get a sexual health exam at least once a year, or more often if they are at increased risk for certain conditions, such as STIs or prostate cancer. These exams can help to identify any potential issues or abnormalities early on and provide an opportunity for preventive care and treatment.