My friends in America beseeched me to ‘Get your prostate tested’ as they have an annual PSA blood test and DRE paid for by their medical insurers, who must think those tests are value for money.
I took my ‘Full blood count’ form religiously to the phlebotomy department for seven years, only to discover when I was diagnosed with cancer a ‘full blood count’ is far from it, and doesn’t incorporate a PSA test.
I was in my underpants at the GPs for abdominal pain and I asked him, ‘While you’re down there, can you do a DRE please?’
‘Oh, we don’t do that anymore’, which was news to the urologist when my PSA had risen from 2 to 16 and I ended up with stage T3a cancer, currently in remission.
So the answer regarding ‘prostate care’ is no, unless you insist on testing. If you speak to any oncologist or urologist, and indeed anyone here, they will say get regular PSA tests over 50. But then we are all biased...
Best of luck.