We provide health care services to all Pitt students. Statistically, college men visit health centers less frequently than college women. College men may engage in high risk behaviors such as binge drinking, and are at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. College men are at risk for anxiety, depression, suicide, and undiagnosed eating disorders. Most of young men’s major health risks are preventable and treatable with early diagnosis.
Whether you’re interested in discussing health risk behaviors, screening for sexually transmitted diseases, receiving information on how to perform self-exams, exploring birth control options, or addressing acute care needs, scheduling a Student Health Service appointment can address all of your health care needs.
Men’s health services include:
- Routine physical examinations, including age-appropriate screening and counseling
- Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
- Evaluation of male sexual problems, such as impotence
- Testicular and skin cancer screening
- Vaccinations including HPV
- Sports physicals
- Injury-related care
- Evaluation and management of dermatologic complaints, including hair loss and acne
- Specialized care for men who have sex with men