I'm going on 46 soon and having my 3 yr physical and blood test to celebrate..
About a year ago I saw an article or maybe a forum thread on what a >40 man should be getting his blood tested for and things to ask during a physical. But I can't seem to find that article/thread. (yes I googled too - got a lot about blood test results)
I'm a natural lifter - carry a lot of weight for strength sports - 5'9" 240-ish, 18% BF. Previous physicals I've just gotten the basics - general health, prostrate exam last time at 43, basic blood test. Nothing has been out of the ordinary in the past - good cholesterol numbers, good BP, all regular blood numbers (except iron a bit high) were in the ranges recommended.
But if there are some specific recommendations - I would appreciate your response. Or point me to one of those lost articles/threads