Standardized questionnaires, like the ones listed below, are now
being widely used to evaluate common concerns in the "Men's Health"
population. As a public service, we provide interactive versions of
some of the more popular questionnaires and tell you how to interpret
the scores. Each questionnaire has been validated in population-based
Using data from the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial,
in which thousands of men underwent prostate biopsy regardless of serum PSA level,
Dr. Ian Thompson provides us with this tool to determine an individual's risk of cancer on biopsy.
What constitutes erectile dysfunction of severity
sufficient for treatment?
What are your chances of living/dying in the next
Are your urinary symptoms part of normal aging, or
do they warrant medical attention?
Is your PSA level rising at a normal rate, or is it
rising too rapidly, suggesting the possibility of prostate cancer?
Depressed? Decreased sex drive? No energy? 'Out of
shape?' Maybe your testosterone (male hormone) level is abnormally
"What is the probability of a localized, curable, tumor?"
Find out here, based on test results in 5000 men studied at Johns
Are your urinary symptoms caused by chronic prostatitis?
Note that these tests are for the purpose
of self-evaluation only, and the results are being monitored
by no one but you.