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Mila Kunis opens up about how she and Ashton Kutcher dealt with his health scare: 'Just power through'

Mila Kunis recently discussed how she handled husband Ashton Kutcher’s battle with a rare illness, something he opened up about during a recent episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Challenge."  Kutcher revealed on the popular nature show, he experienced a two-year battle with a rare form of vasculitis. In his case, the autoimmune disorder affected his equilibrium leaving him temporarily unable to see or hear. During a recent interview, Kunis spoke about how she chose to deal with his diagnosis, opting not to dwell on the negatives, but to carry on with life and make the most of their situation.  "I don't think you have time to sit down and talk, you kinda just power through," Kunis told Entertainment Tonight.

"You go and deal with whatever health issue comes your way, but you still got kids, you still got a family, you have to live life. And I think that we are so fortunate to have one another, but as far as sitting there and incessantly talking about things, no. You gotta do." Mila Kunis revealed there was never a conversation between her and Ashton Kutcher regarding his health.They just powered through his illness and carried on with life.

(MediaNews Group/Bay Area News via Getty Images) Kunis also gave a more concrete timeline as to when Kutcher started feeling the symptoms and was diagnosed, noting it happened three years ago in 2019. During the episode with Grylls, Kutcher revealed it took him "a year to build it all back up," referring to his sight and hearing. "You don't really appreciate it until it's gone," he said on the show.

"Until you go, 'I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to see again. I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to hear again. I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to

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