What do you think of malehealth?
> I really enjoyed this site. It is excellent. I'm always amazed at how little men know about their own sexual health and genitals, how long they can go on anxious that they have a percieved problem which is easily treated or is perfectly normal. The anonymity afforded vby internet advice sites like this is invaluable. Easy to use layout. The only criticism I have is that while the style of the advice is professional and at the same time informal it does jar when it assumes that I am heterosexual and my partners will be female. It makes it feel that it isn't written with me in mind. It would be appreciated if you would keep examples gender neutral or mention the possibility that men have sex with men as well
> it is a real shame that this website is having to restrict its activity due to lack of funds... in this age of almost universal use of the internet, i believe such a site is of vital importance, and sincerely hope that powers that be can recognise this and see to it that it receives the necessay funding to resume its full potential.
> This is the first time i visited your site and I am very Impressed.Exersise ,respect yourself talk to yourself.
> I have called up my local doctors and hospitals in an effort to get an appointment at a "well-man" clinic... And quite frankly, they seem to have no idea what I am on about. I just want to get a check up on my blood pressure, chlesterol levels, body fat etc etc to see how I am treating my body. But all I seem to be getting is the response of "We've heard of well-woman clinics, not well men!". Do these clinics exist anywhere in south west London, or should I should i just be seeing a nurse at the local practice? Please could you illuminate for me?!
> Great web site. As a District Nurse I am keen on mens health issues in primary care. At present I am looking at prostate cancer awareness in men over 50. The aim being to produce a guide for men and healthcare professionals.
> Thanks for such a wonderful site.. I wish you get sponsors to run this site too.
> i think this website is fantastic. i have recently made the decision to improve my body weight in order to increase my attractiveness to others and my self esteem, which has been very low for years. Thank you for the helpful articles.
> Looking through your website, not just this page, leads me to the conclusion that your main criterion for accepting articles is that they must be men-bashing, promoting hatred of or belittling attitudes to men. Articles on health must start from the viewpoint that the dismissive attitude and extreme underfunding of mens health by the NHS is because men dont like GPs. IE blame the victims of feminist bigotry for the results of female priviledge. Articles on sexuality must blame the men's alledgely macho attitude for sexual problems they have. Articles on weight should not consider the sedentary jobs many men must take, nor the lack of dietary choice men have, but must simply blame mens preference for beer for the whole problem. Blaming men for the widespread health discrimination against them might make life simple for bigots like you, but one thing it doesnt do is provide any help or support for the victims of your bigotry, namely men. But then it is clear that you don't really want to help men anyway. This website is a huge wasted opportunity, instead of promoting bigotry and exacerbating health discrimination you could actually be helping people - an alien idea to you no doubt, but maybe one day someone could give it a try.
> Typically the site doesn't take into account that homosexuals don't necessarily fit into the general heterosexual problems. I took the fitness and emotional tests and because I preferred not to have any dealings with children, I was flagged as a less than worthwhile person ! In this day and age, homosexuality is more widespread that previously thought, so I would expect a Men's Health web site to take this into consideration. Obviously regardless of which way one 'swings', men's health is more or less the same for both groups. It's more the emotional sections that would be different I'd think. Anyway, I think this site is of great help to men of all persuasions, and I think that whoever set this up deserves a round of applause - and at least a couple of drinks at the local
> Informative, humourus and entertaining. Of course I only read it out of concern for others less firtunate.
> Hello, I think that this website is fantastic- and have suggested that all of my undergrad health and illness students discuss it in their esssays about gender and health! I have written a research proposal about men and reproductive health- but it has been bumped by two funders, as it is about men's experience of health.
> As a men's health nurse thankyou for such an informative and enjoyable website. I'll be using it in future to access information for colleagues and clients!
> I like reading all your reports and paragraphs I find them very helpful
> quiet good.this site contains many problems many young men will inevitably face,good
> iam delighted at reading the whole topic .it is very informative as well as educative
> shame i didnt know about this website befoe now!
> Thank you for this page. I just found out that it is likely I cannot have children and I found the information you provided very helpful, especially the bit about how I can help myself.
> Thank you so much for this website! I was kind of embarrassed and felt like a terrible wife to have a question about my husband's penis, but now I know he is normal. This website is not only great for men, but for the women who care for them. I am saddened there is not enough funding for this website.
> This is a really great site full of useful information
> FIRS OF ALL MAY I SAY THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST AND INFORMATIVE WEB SITES IVE BEEN ON, AND ITS A CREDIT TO THE OWNERS
> BEST INFORMATION I GET FROM YOUR SITE.MANY THANKS.
> This is a brilliant site. It's about time there was a great reasource like this for men. Thanks
> thankyou for your help your site was very helpfull i am now on the road to recovery
> This is a very comprehensive and easy to use website, obviously a lot of work has gone into this, well done
> the info. was great,thanx....
> I`m disabled and `bedbound` and this site has helped me in so many ways,the g.p in my surgery has not got the time to explain. Thanks.
> I simply love the pictures you chose to head the Toolkit sections. gave me quite a few good laughs
> Hi, I'm just reading the new toolkit which is great!! well done. My querie is re: the masturbation section. As a worker with a remit for gay men's health, I noticed that the pronography section focused on male attitudes to women and heterosexual pron. Is it worth including a more general section appropriate to all sexualities as men in the gay porn industry can be just as exploited. Just a thought. Otherwise it's great
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