Men don’t have the same right to change their doctors, the United States president has said.
Donald Trump said he wants to make the health care system more fair by giving men more control of their healthcare decisions.
He said it was time to put women’s health and men’s healthcare first, but also the women’s healthcare.
“We’re not asking men to choose between being healthy and being safe,” he said in a video posted on Twitter.
“No, we’re asking men, let’s choose.”
Men are “the majority of people that are at the bottom of the social and economic ladder in terms of their health, in terms, they are not able to make choices in terms in terms to be healthy, they’re not able or willing to make those choices.”
In recent years, there has been a growing trend for women to seek out mental health treatment, with about a quarter of all Americans seeking help for depression.
But Mr Trump, who has often said he has not had a mental health diagnosis, was not speaking about depression.
“I don’t think it’s a mental illness, I think it can be treated with medication,” he told Fox News.
“It can be helped with other medications and so forth.”
The American Psychiatric Association said in March that there is no “one-size-fits-all” diagnosis for depression and said it is important for doctors to discuss the symptoms with patients and their families.