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This widespread complaint occurs when the swollen gland obstructs the urinary passage and irritates the bladder, resulting in a desire to urinate more frequently, but an inability to produce a normal flow. There is now a blood test available to screen for prostate cancer.

Nuffield Health hospitals offer two ways to get screened:

1) Purchase a blood test for prostate screening - you can pay online through our Pathlology Direct service
2) Book a 360 Health Assessment - this includes a prostate screening

Both options provide the same outcome, however a 360 health assessment includes a wide range of other health checks.

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