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  • Consider my current health

    1 12.50%
  • Consider my genetic health

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  • Consider my familial health

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  • Consider one or two options [e.g. genetic & family history]

    1 12.50%
  • Never consider anything about myself

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  • Consider mine & partner's current health

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  • Consider mine & partner's genetic health

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  • Consider mine & partner's familial health

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  • Consider one or two options self/partner [e.g. genetic & family history]

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Thread: Do You Take Health into Consideration for Relationships?

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    Do You Take Health into Consideration for Relationships?

    I am curious. The theme of the forums is to promote the germanic race. There's mention elsewhere of inbreeding, etc., to do that if necessary.

    However, promoting is good and all. How many of you actually take into consideration your health. Oh no not just basic health but I mean genetic health. Historical health.


    I'll use myself for example just to clarify what I am talking about.

    I am rarely sick. I don't take any medication in any form [doctor prescribed, natural, or OTC]. I have never been diagnosed with any mental issues - I don't and never have suffered depression, anxiety, etc. Genetically, as I have done testing, I am predisposed to diabetes but nothing else. Familial wise both my grandfathers died due to outside causes [plane accident, other shot] but my grandmothers are alive; one is 98 who only started taking diabetic medicine at 85 and the other is 102 but only takes an aspirin every few days.




    It is a good question. Promoting doesn't do much good if those having children are plagued with issues.

    So do you actually take that into account? Yours or your potential partner's health? Or just see attractive germanic white gal / guy and say screw it?



    Examples for the options

    Current health - e.g. you have a bad heart
    Genetic - genetically predisposed to neurological problems
    Family history - a number of relatives suffer epilepsy or other

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    I take everything into consideration, and pay attention to every tiny detail.

    As for myself... no health issues running in the family. Usual lifespan is between 80 and 100,... depends on lifestyle. Last time I saw a doctor was several years back (5 or 6 maybe) over ear inflammation after diving and being exposed to high wind right after. And before that I really don't remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GKGhost View Post
    So do you actually take that into account? Yours or your potential partner's health? Or just see attractive germanic white gal / guy and say screw it?
    I say screw it. The other day, I read 1 out of 4 children being born last year in my country, were born to mothers of 'foreign origin' (which basically means more kebab). In a sane, natural environment, I'd definitely give the consideration of genetic health a very high priority. But unless a potential mother for my children is carrying any gene sequence that will cause great disability or discomfort for my sons and daughters, I (or anyone else who wants their Nation to survive) have that luxury. Women of good, Germanic character are too far between.
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    I'm a carrier for cystic fibrosis. That means I don't suffer from the disease myself. However, as 1 in 20 people are carriers like me there is a 1 in 20 chance that anyone I would have children with would also be a carrier. If two carriers have a child together there is a 1 in 4 chance that the child will have cystic fibrosis.

    Cystic fibrosis sufferers require daily physiotherapy from the day they are born and their life-expectancy is about 30 years.

    Therefor if I was thinking about having children with anyone, they would have to be screened for cystic fibrosis and if they were carriers, I think I'd be very tempted call it quits and find someone else...
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    We both discussed children and the topic came up, there is no such history in neither my or my friend's family. It's important to discuss it if there will be children, and if someone has a history of debilitating illness or carries a gene I think it's their responsibility to mention it in the first place if the topic ever comes up. Bringing children into the world is a big responsibility and the very least we should have into question is a good health.
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    We should all take genetics into consideration otherwise we would not be on a forum such as this. Really would the men on here be here if they were interested in asian women, well at least they should not be.

    I often consider it for certain things, if there are histories of genetic issues and you are thinking of children, then you should really consider it. Most of my family is very long lived with the exception of my father who passed when he was middle aged. His issue was not related to genetics as it was to childhood illness.

    On issues of mental health, that could be a tough question. Many times mental health issues are caused by trauma and not related to genetics.

    Are you considering minor things like poor eyesight or body type?

    An example would be a woman only liking very tall men as she wants tall children.
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