• If Out of Hours Medical Advice is required, please use the NHS 111 online service. Or, call 111 if you’re unable to get help online. Details of our Out of Hours Service is available on the practice number of 020 3474 6070

  • For most up-to-date information on Covid-19 Vaccination schedule please click here. If you have any queries regarding your Covid-19 Vaccine, please call GP Federation on 020 8655 9180 or email lgpf.lambethgpfederations@nhs.net


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Men’s Health

Please find information on Men’s Health below. Click on any of the tabs for more information.

  • Prostate problems

    Prostate problems are common, particularly in men aged over 50.

    The prostate is a small gland found only in men. It surrounds the tube that carries urine out of the body (urethra). The prostate gland produces a thick, white fluid that gets mixed with sperm to create semen. The prostate gland is about the size and shape of a walnut but tends to get bigger as you get older. It can sometimes become swollen or enlarged by conditions such as:

  • Prostate Cancer

    There’s no single test for prostate cancer. The most commonly used tests used by your GP to detect prostate cancer include:

    The Prostate-specific Antigen (PSA) test is a blood test that can help diagnose prostate problems, including prostate cancer. For more information, visit Prostate Cancer UK.

  • International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS)

    The IPSS questionnaire allows your GP to better understand the severity of your water work symptoms. It is used for men who are having problems that are likely to be related to an enlarged prostate. It is helpful in determining which treatment option is best for you and then monitoring any improvement.

    Find your IPSS score. 

    Please calculate your score and inform your GP during your consultation.

  • Testicular Cancer

    Learn how to self-examine your testicles. Visit ‘It’s in the Bag’

  • Trans-men

    For news and information, visit GIRES (Gender Identity Research & Education Society)

  • Abnormal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening

    To learn more and for FAQs, visit the NHS website

  • Bowel Cancer Screening

    For full details, visit Bowel Cancer UK