Medically reviewed by: Dr. Robert Segal, M.D.
Twenty-somethings may be inclined to put off doctor’s appointments and health tests until they’re older, but there are some screenings they shouldn’t wait to get.
This is especially true when it comes to tests for “silent” conditions that can damage health without causing any symptoms, like high blood pressure and certain sexually transmitted infections.
INSIDER asked Dr. Robert Segal, a cardiologist and co-founder of LabFinder, an online service that helps patients find and make appointments for medical tests, about which screenings are most important before you hit age 30.
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Written by: LabFinder Team / Approved by: Dr. Robert Segal, M.D.