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Why are men such big freaking babies when they get the slightest bit sick? I hate it. I mean i am 29+3 weeks pregnant and was sick a few weeks ago. I didn't complain. My hubby gets a sore throat and is acting like he is dying bc he can't swallow that well. So go to the freaking er if.you wanna be a baby. I have been taking care of him and a sick 3 year old. Plus being.pregnant. May sound petty of me but where is my "How you doing Hun?" Sorry had to vent.
D I have to believe it's the testosterone theory. Just the way most men are. I'm not complaining, just curious. I like having sex at night b/c I sleep better that way. Right after Leno's monologue.
We never talk about the men that deal with chronic Pain. Is it because society thinks a man should be strong and put up with the pain, be silent because he's looked at as a winer or a wimp or men just shouldn't talk about it because it will go away. My Husband who never complains about feeling ill or maybe hurting that day was actually in tears sitting alone in the living room where no one could see him or hear him. I caught wind of what was going on and asked him what was wrong.
I left him do what he wanted these last 38 weeks without complaining (although I wanted to). Yeah well men it must be nice to not have responsibilities when we are pregnant. I asked him how he thought I felt over these last few months not being able to do the things I wanted to do and being uncomfortable. He really had nothing to say to that one!!!!
Well... most of them. Some of what Ive read dont deserve ****, but anyway... There's A LOT of childish posts Ive seen about women complaining about how their men are being "childish". Here's the deal ladies: YOU are not helping matters! Surprisingly hard to believe but in some men it is etched into their DNA somewhere that THEY take care of US. Now some go to the extreme insisting we dont work.
Since the beginning of my illness everything I read regarding the disease, when I stumbled across the stats of men getting it, I read through it. Dx is rare. specially on sub clinical Hypo or Hyper thyroidism in men. I believe this b/c men are less likely to see a doctor when they have symptoms. and if they do go and get Dx'd - most do not have the patience and stay on top of it.
lmao i should stop complaining about my husband. he plays xbox for a couple hours a day, but he also works from 630am to 5pm. I'm just needy nd sometimes i want to kill his xbox, but i refrain. your hubby really does sound like a tool though. does he babysit baby girl while you work? or how does that work?
I know this is for men but I just wanted to say that what you both are saying is wonderful. I really wish more men thought the way to two of you do. Maybe we wouldn't have so much heartache if more men were this way. There are a lot of women who need to appreciate the men they have as well. Thanks for sharing.
thanks I've smoked a few horses already maybe a couple houses too. oh well no use complaining over spilled money . thank god for change can't wait to move too. my son and I are going for his theriputic ride today I'm on the horse with him we sit on a lamskin with a thing used for trick riders with handles I love it. Have a great day. You'd be a good councellor I think.
So sorry to hear of your unwanted and undeserved results!! You can't always call it and I hope that doctor learned a lesson. I'm sure your number to SVR is floating around somewhere up there and will land on your life soon. Maybe the addition of one of the upcoming PI's will help you to SVR next time. good luck and God Bless!!
It could be that not complaining about his feelings may be hardwired into him, like his parents taught him stay "tough" and suck it up,. always be THE MAN. He may have been taught If you can't say something nice about someone, say nothing at all." or to "turn the other cheek". It might be by not admitting that someone has hurt him, lessens the hurt, thinking that the sooner he forgets about it, by not rehashing it, the better.
http://shine.yahoo.com/love-sex/10-biggest-reasons-men-resent-wives-143100288.html Despite the picture-perfect impressions we get from upbeat Facebook posts or boastful holiday letters, even the healthiest marriages aren't 100% free of conflict. At some point, virtually everyone feels wronged by a romantic partner. Bob Navarra, PsyD, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), says that those feelings aren't what throw a marriage off course-it's how couples handle them.
Please men on this site, do not get defensive. I've just had a night from h e l l. Well Jayden has gotten me sick once again and I'm about to scream because every time he's sick, I wind up sick. This has been almost once a month now.
It has to get better, right? I don't wanna be a first time mom and complaining all the time, but I wanna be able to enjoy my pregnancy. I just found out a month ago, and I just can't seem to find my happy. :( is it gonna get better once I'm able to see and hear the baby? I go for my first sonogram Tuesday.
When you say BP I guess you are talking about 'Brachio-radial Pruritus'. You mention no men are affected? Oh no, men are equally affected. An almost equal number of men and women were seen with an average age of 44 years. International Journal of Dermatology Volume 33, Issue 3, pages 206–209, March 1994 Or are we talking about another condition? My good wishes.
Im not the perfect person at all and my past isnt at its prettiest, but out of the men hurting me I went on this pain for so long and look at where it has gotten me. I just dont know what to do anymore i use to obsess my weight and I thought dis was the biggest issue I had, but look at me I rathe be fat and healthy then fat and sick out of any day.
My husband never went through that. I work with men and women in a medical setting and I've not heard the men complaining of that issue. I'd love to hear your husband's explanation of what causes it 'when a man get to that age.' What does he attribute it to? By top left of pelvis, where specifically are you saying he's swollen? Anterior/posterior? Top of hip bone? Right at joint of hip and leg?.......????? Pressing on a swollen area and passing gas is not common.
We have always had unprotected sex. However, for past five to six months my fiance has been complaining that after sex hi penis itches and that a funky smell comes from my vagina. Please can anyone help us on this?
im 28 and recently my girlfriend is complaining that when she is on top my penis dosent stay hard.When i am on top i dont have this problem nor when i am getting oral sex.I have also noticed i am cumming way to early. I have never had these problems before but it has been like this for the last 4 months. my penis gets hard during sleep so im reading that is must be more to do with psychology then a actual physical problem. my girl likes being on top so this is becoming a real problem.
I'm not a doctor, but I read on the AHA site that women frequently experience nausea/vomiting (more often than men do) when having a heart attack. If she is complaining of chest pain also, she should receive medical attention ASAP! If it were me I'd give her an aspirin to chew on and get her to the ER. Her symptoms warrant that IMHO. If it is nothing, hurray, and the aspirin and seeing medical professionals will not hurt her, I'm certain Dr's would agree.
I've really noticed alot of woman on here with problems involving thier husbands and porn..........for f*ck sakes....why do men feel that it's okay to look at it behind thier partners backs?? Why do they not think about thier partners feelings?? Do they really think that woman are that stupid?? That they arent going to find out?? Ugh it makes me soo angry reading posts from men saying "oh it's okay" "we are visual people, so it's okay" What a bunch of BS!!!
If yes than it could be the change, men who are not circumsized are more sensitive in the head of the penis than those men who are circumsized. It's going to take some time to start getting used to the change. If he was circumsized as a baby than I agree with jefelex and its probably blood flow problems and he should go get checked.
Absolutely. I know several men who will swear it's real, and an equal number of women who swear it's bogus. I think it's been proven that in some cases it is an actual psychosomatic manifestation and can actually affect the man....but I never believed it when my husband said he was queasy when I was pregnant. Or maybe it was just that I didn't particularly care because I was heaving my guts up and he was complaining about "a little nausea", LOL. But yes I've heard of it....real?
I am a 33 year old male. I went to my general practioner today complaining of depressive symptoms. I specifically told him that I wanted a drug that would not affect my libido or sexual function, because I am starting a new relationship that may soon become sexual. He put me on Venlafaxine XR (37.5 to start then 75 mg), of which I'd never heard. I got home and googled it, and found a lot of people complaining mainly about sexual dysfuction (impotence?) and to a smaller extent lack of libido.
My boyfriend has no problem giving him family money and im talking a lot of money like $500 to 1000 but starts complaining when I buy something expensive for our baby (im 20 weeks pregnant) or when I paid $100 for a 3d ultrasound he waa complaining thats a lot of money and I didnt need to get that done...I just dont get it, its so frustrating amd it kinda hurts me...
So I thought everyone would find this as funny/annoying as I did. I was complaining about hearburn, back pain, fatigue, weight gain, etc and telling my husband how bogus it is that women have to do all the hard stuff (periods birth being the mom and wife working trying to do it ALL) and my husband looks at me and says "babe you know why men don't have babies, because we'd make it look to EASY"!!
Men and women can pass bacterial infections and yeast infections back and forth, so even if you say "I have no unusual symptoms of anything," you should get checked along with her.
He says that he is experience no pain when he urinates and there is no other discharge. He is complaining of itching. Should I be concerned that this is an STD or are there health issues I am unaware of with men who are not circumcised?
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