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My husband started having health problems ...

florri

florri

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Basically, I am concerned about the intimate side of this issue. How can I help him?
 
quelizz

quelizz

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Usually men are not so reverent about their health as women. The stronger sex gets used to “endure” and turns to specialists only as a last resort.
 
selfemployed

selfemployed

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If a man is asking for help, or indicating they need help, then I think things must be pretty bad. For some bizarre reason us men seem hardwired not to show emotions and not to ask for help. Maybe the virus will change that view of men and see us change our ways?

There is nothing wrong in asking for help :)
 
mingstor

mingstor

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Often men have problems with their male health due to weak immunity. Observe how your husband eats and what kind of lifestyle he leads. If your husband is doing well with nutrition, then he needs to take vitamins to strengthen the immune system. I daily take apple cider gummies and try to stick to my eating plan. Maybe your husband should try them too? Read about these vitamins in more detail on https://druggenius.com/nutrition/apple-cider-vinegar-gummies-uses-benefits-and-side-effects/. Perhaps this is the solution to your problem.
 
ProvUnitV

ProvUnitV

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I'm sorry you have to go through such hard times and I hope your husband feels better. I also had a period with major health problems but I managed to get over them, although it took a lot of treatment. In addition, Larson Chiropractic and Acupuncture from https://www.larsonchiro.com/ has helped me a lot in helping to manage better overall spinal alignment while reducing chronic pain symptoms and reoccurring inflammation, which is exactly what I needed. I am glad that I went through those complicated moments and now everything is fine.
 
Greirat

Greirat

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Agree that when it comes to men, they're not easy to drag to a doctor's office compared to women. I had a good friend who suffered from a chronic condition, and the only way for him to get a consultation with his urologist was by using a cloud based medical service. I was lucky to know a doctor that was a good friend of mine and had such a service available for his office. If it weren't for that, my pal would probably have severe complications by now. His girlfriend was very annoying and kept nagging him about it.
 
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