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Date Posted: Saturday, July 28, 2012, 11:06: am
There are tons of posts on this board about how guys love the idea of a female performing or being present at their exams. In all my experiences with other guy friends, this simply is not usually the case.
I once had a male friend whose doctor made an appointment for him with a proctologist for a sigmoidoscopy. He had been having stomach problems. We were both in our 30s, and at that time the exam was done with the rigid sigmoidoscope (giving away my age).
When his doctor told him about the appointment, my friend was terrified. He went home, called me and told me he was going to cancel the appointment. I told him that was probably not a good idea, because then he would never know what his problem was.
After a few days he called me and asked if I would go with him. I told him I would. I had no idea he wanted me to go into the exam room with him.
When we got to the clinic he signed in, we sat down, and when his name was called he jumped up and grabbed my arm, and pulled me out of my chair, and insisted I was going in with him. I told him that probably wouldn't be allowed, but he wouldn't take no for an answer.
When the nurse told me I would have to stay in the waitng room, my friend told her that if I couldn't come in with him, he was walking out. So, naturally, to avoid a scene, the nurse agreed to allow me to stay with him.
As per usual for any proctological procedure, my friend was asked to undress completely from the waist down, and cover himself with what looked like a tea towel. When the nurse came back in with the doctor, his face turned white when he realized the nurse was going to be in the room also.
At first I thought he was going to grab his pants and run, but after a few seconds he laid down on the table, clutching the towel with both hands, trying desperately to keep everything covered.
After instructing him to lie on his left side, the doctor lifted the towel up, and spread his cheeks to get a visual of his anus, then he started to lubricate his gloved finger and also my friend's anus. He practically jumped off the table when the doctor touched his butthole.
Inserting the scope was really quite traumatic for him. He kept trying to squirm away from the instrument as the doctor was attempting to insert it. When it finally passed his sphincter, my friend insisted he had to go to the bathroom, and that if he didn't go, he would make a mess on the table. The doctor kept trying to assure him that it was merely the sensation of having the instrument in his rectum.
The doctor knew that since my friend had had a laxative the night before, that there was really no chance of an accident. WRONG! Oddly enough, it wasn't a bowel movement that happened. Instead, I think, due to the anxiety and fear my friend was experiencing, and also the pressure on his prostate, he suddenly started to pee on the table. It wasn't a lot, but enough to wet the pad he was lying on. When he realized what was happening, he started to struggle to get the doctor to take the scope out. Somehow the doctor managed to finish his exam.
After the doctor and nurse left the room, my friend started to put his clothes back on.
On the drive home, he was still traumatized, but he DID say the worst part of the whole thing was that a woman had watched him get this big instrument shoved up his ass (his words), and to make matters worse, he peed on the table, just like a little kid.
A few weeks later, he confided to me that since that exam, whenever his girlfriend comes near his butt, he jumps off the bed. I don't know if he will ever get over that exam, but I certainly hope so.
In conclusion, what I am trying to say is that most men do NOT feel comfortable with a woman in the exam room when they are being examined intimately. Just my opinion.
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