Gynecologist Jokes

Let’s face it, ladies. A trip to the gynecologist warrants just as much, if not more, prep than seeing our boo. I even spritz on perfume and use my good lip gloss for the occasion. All my life I’ve had a female gynecologist. It’s just weird to me. I would never be comfortable with it. I’m pretty sure I’d say something dumb while he was down there, like, “Sooo, are you a Lakers fan? He really listens to me, and cares.

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And I highly respect anyone (male or female) that has gone through all I would have been ok with dating a gynecologist before I met C.

Just curious! I am not mature enough to handle something like that. And I highly respect anyone male or female that has gone through all that schooling and dedicated their lives to caring for others. But the fact remains that your man would be touching naked ladies all day. If your man does this for a living, and you are fine with it, then you are stronger than I am. My mom used to go to a male doctor whose wife ran the front office.

That seems worse to me. So some really hot chick walks in, and you are sitting in the office outside the room where your husband is examining her breasts? I am just too jealous!

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So would you? I would just feel weird about it. There always looking at other girls stuff, haha. Not saying all of them are, but thats what I think. Every one I have ever known was married, but nonetheless, some of them were definitely strange people. My last one explained that his mother had died of ovarian cancer.

Gynaecology or gynecology (see spelling differences) is the medical practice dealing with the The Hippocratic Corpus contains several gynaecological treatises dating to the 5th/4th centuries BC. Aristotle is another strong Male gynaecologists may have a female chaperone for their examination. An abdominal or vaginal.

Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I’ve had male and female Dr’s over the years. Both my kids were delivered by men and they were much more interested in the development and health of my baby over 9 months than the looking at my ho-ha. Peoples nether regions are just not all that attractive unless there are other things going on to make them appealing. Have Dr’s raped women? Dr’s are people and people can be jerks and even criminals. Women can do the same thing minus the penis though, and both can be horrible people.

If you aren’t comfortable with your Dr then change Dr’s. He was just an ass. For every hot chick a male gyob looks at and enjoys seeing, there’s 20 disgusting ones he’d rather not go near. I can’t imagine all the scary stuff those doctors have to look at from time to time. And a doctor might think a woman is attractive and “enjoy” examining her, but what separates a good doctor from a bad one is if he says anything or does anything creepy because of it. And between talking about when her last menstrual cycle was and that yeast infection that won’t go away, it probably counteracts any “desire” the guy was feeling.

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We Asked People for Their Most Awkward Gynecologist Encounters

The rate of male gynecologists has dropped 30 percent since , according to a newly-published statistic sparking controversy in the industry. In a controversial article by the Los Angeles Times this week, a group of male gynecologists lamented the shift and described feeling forlorn as their patients routinely request to see a woman instead. Some told the paper they fear men will eventually be driven out of gynecology altogether – insisting it would be a travesty to cut men out of women’s care.

So I am asking that will it hurt my dating life if I choose it as my speciality? 53 comments. share However, I would go to a male gynecologist. It’s cool if someone.

My name is Noelle, I’m 24, and I just went to my first gynecologist appointment. I realize that you might be a little shocked it took me so long to go, but here’s the thing: I’ve never had any problems with my menstrual cycle so I just never felt the urgent need to go. I saw the whole avoiding-a-stranger-poking-around-my-vagina thing as an upside.

With that said, I realized that there are other important reasons to go to the gyno worth bearing the aforementioned awkwardness other than to figure out why you’re not getting your period regularly. It’s a preventative measure so that if you do have any issues with your vagina or reproductive system that wouldn’t present themselves immediately, like cervical or breast cancer or an STD , your doctor can catch them early and treat them. Lakeisha Richardson, you should be getting a pap smear and pelvic exam once a year from the age of 21, whether your period is regular or not.

A pap smear checks for changes in the cells of the cervix that might put you at risk for cervical cancer in the future. Before 21, you shouldn’t worry too much, said Dr. So, being 24 and realizing that I was pushing my luck with the whole “I can totally wait one more year,” thing, I decided to suck it up and find a gyno.

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For example, when I met a man online who was in construction, I thought of all my badly needed home repairs. When I met someone who was a financial planner, I pondered my retirement planning. I accept this as human nature everyone, including non-dates, probably thinks of vaginas when they meet an ob-gyn and part of the gig. Then there are the amateur gynecologists who inevitably want to discuss two things: female ejaculation and G spots.

Lawsuits accuse Tyndall, the school’s staff gynecologist for nearly three as chaperones who often accompany male gynecologists during exams, trial after five other women testified about prior bad acts dating to the s.

Marriage has far-reaching effects on health and well-being. Episodes of distress and discord are part of normal human relationships, and discord, itself, need not be a threat. However, statistics on domestic violence 4 , 5 , 6 and divorce, 1 , 7 , 8 and a substantial literature on the pervasive effects of marital conflict on children, 7 , 9 , 10 point out the destructive outcome of unresolved marital conflict.

The need for early intervention and treatment, and the efficacy of such treatment upon outcome variables for illness is well accepted. Effective early intervention may be as ‘simple’ as giving the patient permission to voice her concerns to a compassionate, caring professional or giving her correct information to dispel myths and misconceptions. The respect and validation received as a result of being heard may be enough to empower the patient before conflict becomes fixed or destructive.

The obstetrician-gynecologist can initiate a first level of treament by giving patients the opportunity to discuss concerns in an atmostphere of supportive listening. Physicians, viewed by patients as authorities—available, confidential, and resourceful—are in an excellent position to offer brief marital counseling and intervention.

Women may be able to visit a physician when their circumstances would not permit contact with a marriage or family therapist or even a minister. The obstetrician-gynecologist has traditionally occupied the central medical position in the lives of many women.

Women: Would you date an ob/gyn?

Going to the gynecologist is routine medical care for most women , but even after years spent in the stirrups, many patients are still apprehensive when it comes time for their annual appointment. While going to the gynecologist can be an awkward, intimate, or even embarrassing experience for some patients, for the doctors providing care, it’s just another day at the office. In fact, these doctors have seen it all, from patients with interesting ideas about how to take care of their bodies to performing life-saving surgeries right in the nick of time.

Meanwhile, 35% of male doctors are married to nonphysician health Key tips for dating a medical student Dr. Kavita Shah Arora, an ob-gyn at Case Western Reserve University’s MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland.

Linda met Paul in , when she was a stewardess and he was doing his rotation to become an obstetrician. She was 22, he was They were set up on a blind date, and Linda says it was love at first sight. Linda spoke with Cosmopolitan. When you first started dating, were you ever worried that Paul might be judging you based on other women he had seen at work? And I get asked that a lot. Men are more curious about that I think than women. People will be like, “Does that bother you? I think when I go to the gyno, it has never once, in my life, felt sexual in any way.

Probably the exact opposite of anything sexual. So I think knowing that, I knew that is how it would be if you were on the flip side. It is a medical procedure just like they look at your arm or any other part of your body. So it doesn’t bother you?