Male or Female Doctor??

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    Jun 22, 2008 12:04 AM GMT
    I prefer a female doctor over a male doctor.
    Does anyone else feel the same way???
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    Jun 22, 2008 12:06 AM GMT
    I don't mind either.
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    Jun 22, 2008 12:12 AM GMT
    I prefer a male GP, female dentist and a female nurse if I need to get a needle or get blood drawn (give blood)

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    Jun 22, 2008 12:32 AM GMT
    All the medical people I see, are male, and str8.
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    Jun 22, 2008 12:35 AM GMT
    I had a female doctor up until I was 21. Switched to a straight male doctor for a few years. Now im with gay male doctor.
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    Jun 22, 2008 12:48 AM GMT
    Male doctor - absolutely - preferably one who has a professional interest in gay men's health. I do appreciate the care I have received from a few female doctors (with a bronchitis problem last winter) and nurses (past minor surgeries), but when it comes anything that is a matter specifically relating to male physiology and psychology, I want a man who - professionally speaking - not only cares, but understands too.
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    Jun 22, 2008 12:58 AM GMT
    The females, when they touch me, it makes me ticklish. I'm more relaxed with the guys.
  • Timbales

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    Jun 22, 2008 1:04 AM GMT
    The last female doctor I saw was convinced I had an STD.
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    Jun 22, 2008 1:36 AM GMT
    i don't mind- my mom's a nurse practitioner and i know vicariously through her that in that profession, one becomes desensitized to everything. and i mean everything. she thinks nothing of the nastiest sorts of infections on old men and teenagers alike- honestly, its the only way to do that job day in and out and stay sane. so when i have to go for anything, i know that no matter who sees me, male or female, they really don't care what they have to see or what the issue may be- its just work for them. that comforts me during checkups and whatnot.
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    Jun 22, 2008 1:54 AM GMT
    My dentist is male, which I prefer because I have a bad gag reflex. If a female dentist were to have her fingers in my mouth, I would be so scared of hurting her if i gagged an bit down on her fingers. It's more te fear of gagging that the gagging itself.

    My doctor is female, which I prefer.
    For the simple fact that I had to have my glands checked a while ago and when she checked either side of my 'bits' I was glad it was a woman for fear of getting excited. I understand that I probaly wouldn't even if it was a fit guy, but still. It made me more comfortable.

    I had to have a bone marrow test performed last week. The main docot doing the procedure was male and had a foreign accent. The marrow got taken out of the back of my hip just up from my butt. So I had to lie on my lefrt side, sort of in the foetal position. Jeans were slightly down, and the upper half of my butt was showing. After the procedure (very uncomfortable by the way), the doctor ws applying pressure to the cotton pad over the 'site'. The rest of his hand was laying on my butt. It felt so warm and nice.

    Bottom line is - it felt almost too good. I'm just glad I didn't have to wear a gown for the procedure, otherwise the doc would have seen my 'pitched tent' if you get my drift?!

    Hope this isn't too 'real' for this post.
    This is why I prefer a female doctor doing ANYHING surgical or physical. Just incase. Think I need to go see the Psychiatrist now. X
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    Jun 22, 2008 1:54 AM GMT
    czarodziej saidi don't mind- my mom's a nurse practitioner and i know vicariously through her that in that profession, one becomes desensitized to everything. and i mean everything. she thinks nothing of the nastiest sorts of infections on old men and teenagers alike- honestly, its the only way to do that job day in and out and stay sane. so when i have to go for anything, i know that no matter who sees me, male or female, they really don't care what they have to see or what the issue may be- its just work for them. that comforts me during checkups and whatnot.


    As a nurse too I so agree. The things I see, have too touch, clean, smell. The things I'm able to talk about over dinner. One of the joys of my job maybe to look at someone poo, and grade it. Small medium, large. Formed soft runny. T1. T2. T3. T4.

    I see male doctors because it's just the way it paned out.
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    Jun 22, 2008 3:01 AM GMT
    I don't mind. I have nothing to hide or be ashamed of...
    But the funny thing is, I have had many female doctors and the last two seemed to be rather touchy with me. lol
    I remember I had a rash once and she had me take off my shirt and had me turn around (back to her) and she ran her fingers down my back. And when she had me turn back around, she "assisted" in turning me around. The look in her eyes was curious too. Maybe I should start teasing my doctors. hehe
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    Jun 22, 2008 7:59 AM GMT
    DanteCA saidThe look in her eyes was curious too. Maybe I should start teasing my doctors. hehe


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