Is my prostate healthy or threaten me problems? Do the test!

Do you have problems urinating? Interactive test for men

IPSS (International Prostate Symptom Score) questionnaire

Frequent urges to urinate, pressure on the bladder and other discomfort while urinating – almost one in two men over the age of 50 experiences these symptoms, sometimes triggered by a benign enlargement of the prostate1. Our interactive test helps you to classify any symptoms. It provides information and clarity about differentiation between mild, moderate and severe symptoms and explains when it is advisable to seek medical attention. The questions refer to the past four weeks.

For each question please mark one of the five possible answers and then click on ‘Evaluate’.

1 Napalkov P. et al.: Worldwide patterns of prevalence and mortality from benign prostatic hyperplasia. Urology. 1995 Sep;46(3 Suppl A):41-6.

 
 
 

Please note: This test is only intended to roughly estimate your clinical symptoms and does not replace a diagnosis by your doctor. If the number of points is high or increases when you repeat the test, please contact your doctor immediately. The earlier you know the cause of your symptoms, the better the prospects for improving them. Please also speak to your doctor about what you can do yourself.

Source: International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) – published by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Urologie e. V. (German Society of Urology) as an official urological evaluation standard for symptoms of the lower urinary tract with prostate enlargement.

UROSTEMOL® MEN: traditionally used to relieve frequent urination

UROSTEMOL® MEN: traditionally used to relieve frequent urination

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UROSTEMOL Men & Femina, these are traditional herbal medicinal products for use in the relief of lower urinary tract symptoms related to an overactive bladder or bladder weakness, exclusively based upon long-standing use. Visit your doctor before use to rule out any underlying conditions. Always read the leaflet.