In my opinion many woman from Great Britain or USA
One post every two months, and the best you can do on this occasion is another sexist stereotype?
Fortunately, and at long last, it's been recognised here in the UK that one of the reasons men don't go to their doctor enough is because they can't get the time off work, and GP practices are doing nothing to address the problem. To make it worse, we are frequently bombarded with "women's health" issues, but "men's health" issues don't seem to matter, especially when you consider that men's life expectancy is at least 5 years less than women's. This is unacceptable.
I've noticed this in person recently, as I've had no choice but to visit my doctor frequently (yes, genuine illness, not "man flu", ffs), and guess what? Every day, the waiting room is at least 90% full of women. And why is this, do you think? Because women are more likely to work part-time, or stay at home to look after children, which makes it much easier to get the GP during typical opening hours (0830-1800).
It doesn't take a genius to work out that, if that is the case, men aren't exactly going to risk losing money or their job on wasting their doctor's time on so-called "trivial" medical problems... which eventually become bigger problems, and by the time they get the chance to see a doctor, they probably do feel like they are "dying".