Dating after testicular cancer
That August, he and his friends went on a boys’ holiday to Kavos but when he got home, he went back to the doctor, who found a lump in his side and immediately referred him for an ultrasound.
“If mom and dad don’t get along, it can affect the kids, so mom and dad better get along,” El Moussa told Us Weekly.
Tarek also shared with the magazine that at the moment he is single and is not “dating anyone exclusively.” Now, El Moussa is focusing on living a cancer-free life and has made health awareness for men a priority.
That’s how I dealt with it, but you know, the next day, I woke up and felt better and I tried to stay positive.
I was just prepared to move forward and do whatever it is I needed to do to fight them and beat them.” The 36-year-old, who has been a household HGTV name for the past four years, didn’t let his illness get in the way of his work.
Scans revealed that he had a tumour that had spread to his lungs.
“They didn’t know what type of cancer I had,” said Byron. "The doctor kept saying things but it wasn't really going in,” he said.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter led the messages of condolences to Tombides' family tweeting: 'My thoughts & prayers are with the family of Dylan Tombides'.I just kept moving forward.” In December of 2016, El Moussa’s “Flip or Flop” partner and wife, Christina, announced their split.But, despite going through a very public breakup, Tarek said his then-wife stood right by his side and was there every step of the way during his battle. She made sure I took all my meds and she had to make certain meals for me.” Though both Tarek and Christina are no longer together and are living separate lives, they two work together to co-parent their two children, Taylor and Brayden.“I literally filmed ’til the day I went into my surgery, and within two weeks after, I was back on camera,” he admitted to Us Weekly.“It was definitely difficult to do, but it definitely pushed my mental strength to the limits.I thought I was going to end up in a documentary.” The teenager, from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, first went to the doctor after finishing his exams, complaining of a pain in his side, but was told by his GP that it was just “muscle soreness” caused by exercise at the gym.