Why is it important for a male to examine his testes regularly how often should this be done?
It is important to check for testicular cancer. Once a month or so is sufficient to feel for unusual lumps.
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\n. \n Answer \n. \nYour weight, height, eyes, ears, nose, heart will be checked. They will also call for a full workup of blood and if your a male they will check your scrotum and if your female refer you to a ob/gyn. They will also ask you about your eating, sleeping and physical activity i…n addition to if you smoke or drink alcohol and how much. They will do a test your urine for specific things, too. ( Full Answer )
Typically, a rubella titer is done before the first pregnancy. Chickenpox titer may be done at this time, also. Sometimes these tests are required before getting certain types of work. It is not necessary to get these tests repeated; once is enough.
The Importance of Breast Examinations . Breast examination is a way in which early changes can be detected, as survival chances are excellent if cancers are detected early. Self-examination should be done monthly, just after a period. If you would like to learn how to do this, see the Web Link …to the left. This should not replace examination by a doctor, which should be done yearly for women over 40, and three-yearly before this. These checks may need to be more frequent if you have significant risk factors, so ask your doctor how often it should be performed. Self examination should also not replace mammograms as lumps can be easily missed while some types of cancer will not show up as a lump. ( Full Answer )
The reason is to promote health. The food you have eaten is now waste and the residue that remains must be eliminated. Now the longer this residue stays in your intestines the drier and more abrasive it becomes. This could lead to inflammation or constipation or eventually become a part of a disease… process. ( Full Answer )
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A date is stamped on the neck/bottom of the pressurized dry chemical extinguisher. i.e 04 - could mean 2004 or 1994, but nonetheless, the 4th year. It could be on a label, but should be embossed/stamped on the steel canister. To Inspect: A manager or other competent person with basic observational… skills and the following basic information should be able to do this. It would be best if a safety specialist Inspect the device monthly, for proper pressure (on the gauge, hose is on, tight (twisted into the valve body); if only a nozzle, check that its there and tight, and hose is not dry rotted, cracked or plugged with anything (bees, bugs, spider webs, vandalism - stuffed with paper or dirt), and that the labels are in good shape. Insure that the valve (handle that you squeeze) is restrained with a detente, usually a small plastic strap, or plastic tab, with perferations that allow the strap to be readily broken by a user, but not inadvertently removed by someone without purpose. The inspector observes that the unit is properly hung, and marked with signage that alerts persons in the area as to the location, observable in an emergency. This should be conducted monthly, and the inspection tag that should hang from or be glued to the unit should be marked. An inspection record with the inspectors initials may be kept separately, or the tag may suffice, to show diligence and routine inspections. Some jurisdictions would add that a qualified technician, should conduct an "annual" inspection, which is for all intents just the same as the thorough monthly, but some feel that having a third party do the inspection and hang a new annual tag, that they are in better compliance. Most jurisdictions and U.S. Federal OSHA will accept the management's documented inspection and a visual gauge showing 'ready' or 'green', as evidence of compliance. After any incident (full or partial use for a fire, accidental or malicious discharge) the unit should be refilled by a qualified technician. Qualified technicians are commonly licensed in the state or municipality they work in. Fire extinguisher manufacturer's, of course, and most fire extinguisher sales outlets could refill, or direct you to a qualified technician. The refill, is done by a qualified technician, who empties it, inspects in in and out for corrosion, split seals or liners, caked or lumped powder, and properly cleans the valve, (brass or plastic with brass (may actually be another "metal valve") being better and longer lasting and more sure to hold pressure over time - and virtually always reusable. Plastic may need replacing). He inspects the entire unit, and replaces valve seals, o-rings, and gaskets if necessary. He throws away or collects for re-use the powder, and then refills with the appropriate material, properly weighed, and then reassembles and re-pressurizes to the required pressure. He checks the hoses, and hangers, fittings, and labels, and then marks the tags or labels. He lets the unit set for 12 -24 hours to insure that the valve does not have tiny particles of powder or wear that might let it bleed off pressure. Then he returns it to the user. (If done on site, the rare instance of a unit bleeding off is then discovered by the user, and the technician would need to replace valves, and re-do the service.) The refill and interior inspection routine should be done every six years, if a unit has otherwise been inspected by management monthly, and has not been discharged, and has not otherwise had any need for a refill, or technician to service it. This should be documented. Every 12 years, the unit must be subjected to a refill and interior inspection, and added to that a hydro test. Hydro test is a pressure test conducted to a high pressure (as prescribed by codes and/or manufacturers), that proves the container is still adequately strong. Seams and bottoms can corrode, and maybe damaged in rough handling, and the hydro test proves that it is still in tact and structurally sound. It is after all, a 'pressure vessel'. They test is conducted with and/or under water, to protect from explosions in the test shop, and to detect air bubbles, and leaks. Following the hydro test, the same service is given as discussed in the refill/service discussion above. It would not be uncommon for a technician to recommend new valves, and the usual replacement of seals during a hydro test, but a high quality metal ('brass') valve, could last a lifetime, if not frequently used. Discharges are somewhat abrasive, so that is the usual way for valves (especially plastic) to be 'worn out'. The above applies to most all pressurized portable dry chemical extinquishers in general, regardless of type of powder. (Generally portable are cabinet or wall mounted in buildings, or bracket mounted on vehicles, and are from 2.5 to 20 lb rated extinguishers. Some bigger units on wheeled carts may be covered by this general guidance too. Some specialized units (such as stainless steel tanks) may be shorter test duration (5 or 6 years). It also applies generally to pressurized water fire extinguishers, except that a user can refill those and pressurize those with a conventional air hose. Allowing that those also require periodic (I say monthly) and/or annual checks, and of course a qualified technician to inspect every 6 years, and a hydro test every 12. The portable CO2 (carbon dioxide) are similar, except they have no gauge to tell you they have pressure (the expanding CO2 does that when released) or that there is any (enough) CO2 inside. Since that is the case, they should be weighed, annually, to insure the volume of material inside is still within expected limits, and it may not be necessary to discharge it and inspect it at 6 years, if it weighs the same from its first installation. It would be required to be hydro tested, each 12 years. CO2 extinguishers should have the hose and bell (horn) on the hose end tested for non-conductivity to assure that arcing or electric potential cannot travel to the users body, when used on live electric fires. Some local or state codes may have other requirements, and even local fire marshals may have the authority to impose other requirements. Especially in the case of pressurized "in place" systems, (such as on grills, ovens, and so on) even though some parts of that system are "powered" by "portable" manually activated tanks. ( Full Answer )
Defecation should be done regularly at a rate of at least once aday to clean out the system. This should only be the case whencleansing the body.
Electrical equipment should be tested every 6 months like your smoke detectors and your furnace . Electrical fires are the 3rd leading cause of fires in Canada, so test ,test test.
Alignments the manufacture suggests every 6 months. I work at a place that does alignments and I only do them if I see irregular tire wear (might be too late at this point), or if the truck pulls, but the alignment could be out and the vehicle goes straight down the road. So there is no Good answer.… I would at least get an alignment done when new tires are installed and/or new front end parts are done. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
A very, VERY personal decision. A person that has a parent that has Huntingtons, and is now an adult, might decide to be tested for HD prior to having children, or to help plan what they want to do in life. At present, there is no cure and limited treatment for Huntingtons. Some people may not WANT …to know that they have a disease that is ultimately fatal, and has no cure. My wife has HD, and we have 4 adult children. Three of them decided to be tested- one decided not to. ( Full Answer )
If you work in a hospital or lab where exposure to TB is possible then get a TB skin test every 6 months to a year, depending on your work setting.
Reflex testing is an easy way to determine how the nerve system isperforming. And the nerve system, which includes the brain, isimportant for any activity of a person.
To check for testicular cancer lumps or bumps on the testicles. The earlier cancer of the testes is detected, the better chance of fighting this disease.
Examinations play important role in the academic studies ,if there were no exams ,most of the scholars would have been less informed than they are today .
You should be tested annually, or after each time that you have a new sexual partner.
1. sperm chromatin structure assay.........this tests amount of DNA damage caused by age and free radicals. 2. ultrasound for varicocele....a varicocele can cause high temperatures in the scrotum which can cause head defects in the sperm. 3. hormone blood tests eg LH
If the spinal cord is damaged, a easly performed reflex test can help pin-point the area (level) of spinal cord injury.
Depending on the type of device that you are using to make your backups, backups can be quite time consuming, and are somewhat inconvenient to both produce, and to restore from. There is a third step that virtually NOBODY does, which is actually essential, at least from time to time, and certainly t…he very first time. That step is to VERIFY that the backup is able to be used! I hate to say that even DAT tapes would sometimes not work all that well, and if I hadn't TESTED the backup, I would have never known that they weren't working.. Let's say you have a CDR for a backup device. I've just recently found that my wife's CDR recorder is also a DVD recorder. I suspect that because of the greater data density on a DVD that it isn't QUITE as reliable as a CD burner as the manufacturer expected (HP). Consequently, I am totally unable to use CDs burned on her computer for ANY other computer, and sometimes, not even on hers. If I had ONLY this device as a backup, and if I never tested them, I would not have any idea that the "backups" that I was making were useless the day they were burned.. Factoring in YOUR personal tolerance for making, testing and becoming familiar with the process, decide which is worse, making a backup, or LOSING the entire work you've done since the last USABLE backup. My rule of thumb is to "Make a backup whenever you'd feel badly if you lost all the work you've done since the last, KNOWN usable backup.". If you are a business and have more than a very few transactions per day, there is no question. You make a backup EVERY DAY! That is simply a no brainer. It costs SO little to make a backup, and the inconvenience to you and to your customers is SO great if you lose your financial data, that you simply do it, just as you have your trash hauled off weekly.. You can be skillful about it. I used an interesting system to reduce my media expense, which back in the 90's was more of a factor than it is today.. With 5 tapes (or other reusable media), I could keep my data fairly secure. Call the media A,B,C,D, and E.. Monday Use media A. Tuesday Use media B. Wednesday Use media A. Thursday Use media B. Friday Use media C. End of month, use media D or E. Take home media E or D, (the opposite of what you just recorded above).. This gives you a backup that is never more than a day old, insurance against defective backups that is never more than 1 week old, an end of month closing media, which is alternated with the offsite backup (in case of fire or theft) that is no more than 2 months old. With this system, you can recover from all but the very worst disasters very quickly. Naturally, you need to test the media periodically, to detect early signs of wear. If you have a "verify" mode, set that to on, and your software should be able to tell you whether or not you have a reliable copy or not.. Take an idle computer system (get one for free at a recycle shop if need be) and once or twice a year, perform a "restore" on your sacrificial system, and operate it for a few minutes. If all your data is intact, and you see nothing out of place, you are probably being proactive enough.. Watch out for viruses! If you GET a virus, your backup WILL be infected! The more backups you make WITH an infected computer, the harder it will be to eliminate the virus entirely. The virus ISN'T gone until the backups are clean also.... Swapping a hard drive is probably the fastest backup you could make. It involves some inconvenience and expense to set up, but is probably a good deal easier than restoring backup media. I saw a 1.0 TERRABYTE external drive on 2009Jun03 at Staples for $129.99 + tax, which was a closeout price. I suspect that a business could buy 5 of those and forget about any problems for a LONG time! ( Full Answer )
breast exam should be done every three months, let your health be your priority check your deodorant if its contains alluminium ziconnium, it causes cancer and the nearest place to your armpit is the breast! Which result to breast cancer.
The average person urinates six or seven times a day - about 1.5 liters of liquid - and does not wake up during the night to urinate.
It is recommended tht you do it at least once a year. Many people do it every time the clocks change for daylight savings time.
With fresh fill water, test it each day until it's correct. After that, twice a week will be fine.
Some say every day, However if the water stays clear and no smell comes from it just test it while it is in use every couple of days.
I am HIGHLY against animal testing but as all thing there are pro's and con's...... If people tested shampoo on humans and it was poisonous then that person might die. If an animal tested shampoo then that a loss, but there are LOADS of different types/breeds of animals and it wont affect the worl…d that bad. ( Full Answer )
You should test your alarm at the start of every week to make sure that it works because if it breaks for some reason or the other and there's a fire then either you'll burn or you'll find call the fire brigade but by the time they get there it'll be to late!
A blood test needs to be done to test for the presence of VitaminA. If you have a Vitamin A deficiency, you may be anemic.
Good question, assuming you are sexually active and have never had an abnormal PAP Smear, you should have a PAP once evey 12 months. However, if you are not sexually active, most doctors will not see it as a requirement that you get a PAP done. Most problems doctors look for during a PAP are caused… by being sexually active. Just to be safe I would go once per year. On the other hand, if you have had an abnormal PAP done in the last year, I would recommend going every 6 months until you have 2 normal PAP Smears in a row, then you can go back to having the once per year. Here is a website link to help you understand more about PAPs and how often they should be done... http://www.medicinenet.com/pap_smear/page9.htm Good luck! :) ( Full Answer )
You should have all of your soldiers medically fitted for hearing protectors and have your soldiers' hearing checked ANNUALLY by medical personnel.
urinalysis testing for urinedrug,infection,sugar,keystone,different elements etc Unless you have some ongoing medical condition you only need tohave urinalysis when your doctor orders one
well you should put it away from people who want it and also keep it away from anything flammable
A prostate examination is done from the inside. The doctor has to insert a finger through the rectum to feel the prostate. The doctor wears a latex glove to do this.
Much like breast exam for women, you are going to notice changes before anyone else will. The sooner a problem is found, the easier it is to treat and the chance of survival is much greater.
If you are a health care worker, this should be done yearly. Otherwise, every 5- 10 years is usually acceptable. As always, consult your physician for your particular circumstances.
It would all depend, if you wake up and she's a minger straight away mate
it should be done regularly because if its not you might get poisoned its also the basis that you are clean.by(jhoecel f. tumamao)
It is done at your doctor's office during a routine physical. The doctor's gloved finger is inserted into the rectum to check for abnormalities. You should get a routine physical yearly.
People suspecting they may cone into contact with HIV via work or bad practices, should be tested every 6 months.
It is estimated that more than 200 million cholesterol tests are performed each year in the United States
You should be tested for chlamydia at least once a year if you're sexually active and under 26 years old, or if you're a man who has sex with men. You should be tested every time you have a new partner.
on admission into the pacu, 30 minutes after admission into the pacu, and at 60 minutes
Yes Once And A While They Get Too Dirty. ThereFore You Clean It As Soon As It Is Dirty.
Quite often, if you are noticeably weak or tired you should get a blood test and ask if they can check if you are deficient in any vitamins or minerals like vitamin D or iron.
Easy, Because if a teacher has TB than he/she can expose children and or students to the disease. Do you want the students you teach to have TB?
LH stimulates ovulation in women and is responsible for triggering testosterone production in men. If you are having problems with sex drive or in the case of a women having trouble conceiving you might get levels tested. Drugs such as clomid can help stimulate the release of LH in the pituitary
Currently, official guidelines recommend that PAP testing occur every one-to-five years. Most women will want to be screened at least every three years, but this recommendation varies dependent upon the health and previous screening results of the woman.
Depends upon what sort of fire extinguishers they are and where they are installed. For instance, a commercial cooking fire extinguisher must be inspected every 6 months and should have certain types of maintenance done during each inspection, according to NFPA 1 Fire Code. Different code may app…ly in other jurisdictions. Also, portable fire extinguishers may need to be examined on a monthly basis, and records kept; some types require annual maintenance; others require maintenance at longer intervals (e.g., 5 years or 12 years). ( Full Answer )
You get used to how they feel and are shaped and will probably detect changes before any real pain or change is noticed. Looking for lumps that weren't there the last time you felt.
Constipation is one of the many symptoms associated with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's thyroiditis, the autoimmune version of hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is when your thyroid, a butterfly-shaped gland that sits at the base of your neck, becomes under-active. The thyroid regulates your metabolism… and therefore, if the gland is not producing enough thyroid hormones it is operating at a slower level. This affects other organs within your body, including your digestive processes. For some, chronic-constipation can be rather bothersome while managing a thyroid condition and healthy diet. Talk with your primary care physician, or endocrinologist, regarding the severity of your constipation as it relates to your thyroid condition. As for how often you should have a digital rectal exam (DRE) test, ask them if it seems necessary to conduct one given your health history and symptoms. Typically a digital rectal examination is done in the event your doctor sees a need to check for problems with organs in the lower belly region. ( Full Answer )
I only know Calif, but it is every 2 years here ----------------------------------------------------- In New Jersey, new or used vehicles don't have to get an inspection until the care is 5yrs old, then it is every other year.
If you're asking "can a man run out of sperm if he masturbates toooften" - the answer is no. Sperm is actually produced continually,some is stored in the testicles, but 'excess' is flushed out of theurethra with urine.