Male doctor and your wife
John

Louisville, KY

#1729 Sep 17, 2012
Jill wrote:
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Are you a Muslim or what?
Here you have it. According to this rational lady, something is wrong with me if I'm not ok with a man performing a breast and vaginal exam on my wife. There you go. Part of being married means that some guy or guys out there will be inspecting my nude wife 20-50 time throughout our lifetime (if we follow the medical guidelines of what they want).

Muslim huh? Nice one. Here that men. You are a muslim in Jill's eye's unless you're ok with a man doing a nude exam on your wife.

Nice comeback.
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1730 Sep 17, 2012
Mandy wrote:
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All doctor's in this area have long waiting lists, not just females. This includes male & female gyno's so that argument doesn't work around here.
Isn't there only one OB/GYN practice in Elizabethtown? If so, it makes sense about why there are long waiting lists. In bigger cities and other towns, tne waiting lists are longer for female ob/gyns. One lady from a rural town in Indiana who had no insurance had to go to a low income clinic because she had possible breast cancer. She is only comfortable with female gynecologists. She was distressed to learn that the female doctor was already booked 3 months in advance and that only a male doctor could see her immediately.
John

Louisville, KY

#1731 Sep 17, 2012
Oh wait,

There is a Jill (from Louisville) posting on this board in a thread about being the other woman. Guess what? She's posting as one being in favor of having an affair with a married man and that "she has needs".

That explains it then. Her "muslim" remark is pretty funny now.

She has no morals or class and is up for breaking up marriages if anyone wants to check out her comments on that thread.

It makes sense now she comes down promoting things that break up marriages....NOT on the side the keeps intimacy strong.
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1732 Sep 17, 2012
Jill wrote:
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Are you a Muslim or what?
It is strange that you would accuse a man of being a Muslim because he is not comfortable with his wife having a male gynecologist. A male gynecologist is a man and you cannot take the man out of him.

You will find people from all kinds of religious backgrounds against male gynecologists. Even some atheists are against male gynecologists. I am a Christian woman who feel that God does not make exceptions for male gynecologists. No men should see and touch private parts of women they are not married to.

Look at some good points a Christian made about why male gynecologists are inappropriate at http://www.mikaandfabiola.com/romans-12-2-blo... .
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1733 Sep 17, 2012
dyece wrote:
As far as ob/gyn doctors are concerned. Has anyone ever thought doctors in general want to help people be healthy and bring babies into the world...happy healthy babies...Well in order to do that a woman mist be healthy and needs an assistance from a doctor to do so.
This is not always true. It freaks me out about men choosing a specialty that allows them to touch and see private parts of women they are not married to. There are plenty of other specialties men can choose from if they want to be doctors. OB/GYN should be restricted to women.

Are you aware that sometimes doctors do more harm? Women who give birth at hospital rather than home are more likely to acquire infections.

I encourage you to check out an article about how doctors can do harm at http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/ar... .
John

Louisville, KY

#1734 Sep 17, 2012
Here, here are Jills comments on the "other woman" thread about having affairs with married men.

She sounds really classy:

You think not but you never know. If you do not orally worship his shaft you could be next!

Right now I'm in a committed relationship with a married man but if it all goes south like a few bitches on here are claiming....

Too sad that you're the only one "committed" in that relationship. Have some respect for yourself. Don't you deserve to be first choice???

You know what your problem is B*tch? You need to mind your own business. I don't want the stupid SOB over here every night. I don't want to cook, clean, and do everything a wife would do. He pays my bills and buys me things and treats me better than any man has every treated me. He's handsome, hung like a mule, and makes love to me for hours at a time. Then he leaves and I can take care of my 3 kids their real baby daddy deserted. He's another SOB. But back to "my man". This has been going on for the last 3 years and it ain't gettin' old, so again, butt out.
I'm lovin every inch of him!

I'm looking in the mirror and I'm stacked and packed. I'm all excited because my man is coming over, we are going out for drinks and then to the Radcliff Adult Bookstore for some fun!

CiCi & Change, you don't know me or my man. You have no idea what kind of crap his wife has been throwing at him. I finally sent him home @ 6 AM Sunday morning! We ended up at the Radcliff Adult Bookstore and simply had a grand time! We partied like it was 1999! I was a tuckered out lady after 3.5 hours in there! I simply had a blast! I'm no hooker CiCi so I don't know why you're giving me any lip. My only fault is I am in love with a married man who is into me. Jealousy will get you no where!
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1735 Sep 17, 2012
John wrote:
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No, I don't want a male doctor involved in nude/intimate area bodily area care of my wife or daughter. For a women's health care need we'll take women.
"in order to do that a woman must be healthy and needs an assistance from a doctor to do so"
that's just falls in step with the medical propaganda that her vagina is the most dangerous part of her body and must be checked and tested again and again and again and again starting from the age of 15-20 or else she'll die even though stats have been posted on here that "female" illnesses are one of the rarest out there yet this is what the medical community has them checked for more than anything in their life. Gynecologists have become the main doctor in their life.
If my wife or daughter needs to undress to do an exam and you expect to touch a private intimate part of her body then out goes the man and bring in the lady doctor.
John has made excellent points. It is strange about how male gynecologists use scare tactics to push women into having unnecessary procedures. Heart disease kills women more than female cancers. Doctors should focus on heart disease more.
John

Louisville, KY

#1736 Sep 17, 2012
Oops I left the first one out, here it is:

from Jill:
I have needs and desires too! If he's not getting it at home then by God I will do the things she won't do! In regards to BREAKING UP A HAPPY HOME, BS, if it were a happy home I wouldn't be hosting him down my throat!
Mandy

United States

#1737 Sep 17, 2012
Modest Woman wrote:
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Isn't there only one OB/GYN practice in Elizabethtown? If so, it makes sense about why there are long waiting lists. In bigger cities and other towns, tne waiting lists are longer for female ob/gyns. One lady from a rural town in Indiana who had no insurance had to go to a low income clinic because she had possible breast cancer. She is only comfortable with female gynecologists. She was distressed to learn that the female doctor was already booked 3 months in advance and that only a male doctor could see her immediately.
No there are more than one in E-town. Its not that small of a town. They have men & women in the practice. There are a ton of different type's of doctor's in the area, but it will take you a while to get into any of them. I actually live in Hodgenville, which is about 15 minutes away & a very small town. There is no gyno around here & it takes me 2 weeks to get into my GP for a sinus infection. There are about 3 or 4 doctor's offices around here I think.
Mandy

United States

#1738 Sep 17, 2012
Modest Woman wrote:
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John has made excellent points. It is strange about how male gynecologists use scare tactics to push women into having unnecessary procedures. Heart disease kills women more than female cancers. Doctors should focus on heart disease more.
Maybe this isn't life or death, but if some issues aren't dealt with immediately then a woman might not have kids. For me this would be just as bad as death, as I always wanted to have a baby. I'll admit that for years I only went to my gyno for my yearly pap smear, but I just didn't have any illnesses to have to go to my GP for then. I am very healthy thankfully. I am also glad i went for my yearly Pap Smear's since the precancerous cells were caught in time & I was able to go on to have a beautiful baby girl.
Chris

Bedford, MA

#1739 Sep 17, 2012
Modest Woman wrote:
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Isn't there only one OB/GYN practice in Elizabethtown? If so, it makes sense about why there are long waiting lists. In bigger cities and other towns, tne waiting lists are longer for female ob/gyns. One lady from a rural town in Indiana who had no insurance had to go to a low income clinic because she had possible breast cancer. She is only comfortable with female gynecologists. She was distressed to learn that the female doctor was already booked 3 months in advance and that only a male doctor could see her immediately.
it's true woman obgyn's have a longer waiting list. Woman have give this as a reason , shorter wait time, why the have seen a male obgyn
Chris

Bedford, MA

#1740 Sep 17, 2012
John wrote:
<quoted text>
Here you have it. According to this rational lady, something is wrong with me if I'm not ok with a man performing a breast and vaginal exam on my wife. There you go. Part of being married means that some guy or guys out there will be inspecting my nude wife 20-50 time throughout our lifetime (if we follow the medical guidelines of what they want).
Muslim huh? Nice one. Here that men. You are a muslim in Jill's eye's unless you're ok with a man doing a nude exam on your wife.
Nice comeback.
Actually John, your not a Muslim, son she's wrong.
Mandy

United States

#1741 Sep 17, 2012
Chris wrote:
<quoted text> it's true woman obgyn's have a longer waiting list. Woman have give this as a reason , shorter wait time, why the have seen a male obgyn
There is not a longer wait time for a female gyno at least not in this area. It took me 3 weeks to get into mine to confirm my pregnancy.
Chris

Holyoke, MA

#1742 Sep 17, 2012
Yeah sure, Modest woman knows it too. Surveys have consistently shown more woman prefer a female obgyn as apposed to male obgyn's.
Mandy

United States

#1743 Sep 17, 2012
Chris wrote:
Yeah sure, Modest woman knows it too. Surveys have consistently shown more woman prefer a female obgyn as apposed to male obgyn's.
How in the world do you know what people in this area prefer? You don't. You are not from here so don't comment about an area you don't know anything about. I'm telling you hpw it is. I know a woman who got into another OB/GYN office & she had a 4 week wait & this was with a male. The practice I go to isn't accepting new patients at this time as all the doctor's are booked, male & female.
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1744 Sep 17, 2012
Mandy wrote:
<quoted text>
No there are more than one in E-town. Its not that small of a town. They have men & women in the practice. There are a ton of different type's of doctor's in the area, but it will take you a while to get into any of them. I actually live in Hodgenville, which is about 15 minutes away & a very small town. There is no gyno around here & it takes me 2 weeks to get into my GP for a sinus infection. There are about 3 or 4 doctor's offices around here I think.
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I do not have a problem with seeing a male doctor for non-intimate issues. I do not want a male doctor to see or touch any parts of my body that were covered by a 2 piece bathing suit.

I do not think it is a big deal to see a male doctor for sinus problems at all.

I could not find any more OB/GYN Practices in Elizabethtown on Google. Maybe you can look in the telephone book to see the names of the other practices in town.

Let's keep the focus on OB/GYNs here. I believe most men who do not want their wives to go to a male gynecologist do not mind for their wives to go to male doctors for non-intimate health issues such as sinus problems, flu, strep throat, etc.
Mandy

United States

#1746 Sep 17, 2012
There are at least 3 to 4 more OB/GYN practice's in E-town. I know this as a co-worker found out she was pregnant & tried to get into mine only to find out they were full. She is seeing another doctor in E-town. All of the OB/GYN in the area have a long wait list, whether they are female or male. Some women just don't have a prefernece who they see as long as the doctor is good. Also on here some of the doctor's who have done things to patients were not gyno's but GP's. I can't remember who brought it up, but said they had read where a female went to a doctor over a sinus infection & they did a breast & pelvic exam. I just figured they didn't want their wives to go to a male doctor period as they see them as evil. I'm pretty sure the woman didn't go to a gyno for a sinus infection & if so, I can't imagine why.
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1747 Sep 17, 2012
Mandy wrote:
<quoted text>
How in the world do you know what people in this area prefer? You don't. You are not from here so don't comment about an area you don't know anything about. I'm telling you hpw it is. I know a woman who got into another OB/GYN office & she had a 4 week wait & this was with a male. The practice I go to isn't accepting new patients at this time as all the doctor's are booked, male & female.
I looked at the practice's web site ( http://www.etownobgyn.com/index.asp ) and I noticed that the new young male doctor, Dr. Jason Goodman is accepting patients. Has it been a while since you've been there? Maybe this practice just added this new doctor recently.
Modest Woman

Waynesville, NC

#1748 Sep 17, 2012
Mandy wrote:
There are at least 3 to 4 more OB/GYN practice's in E-town. I know this as a co-worker found out she was pregnant & tried to get into mine only to find out they were full. She is seeing another doctor in E-town. All of the OB/GYN in the area have a long wait list, whether they are female or male. Some women just don't have a prefernece who they see as long as the doctor is good. Also on here some of the doctor's who have done things to patients were not gyno's but GP's. I can't remember who brought it up, but said they had read where a female went to a doctor over a sinus infection & they did a breast & pelvic exam. I just figured they didn't want their wives to go to a male doctor period as they see them as evil. I'm pretty sure the woman didn't go to a gyno for a sinus infection & if so, I can't imagine why.
Women need to be educated in advance to not take their clothes off unnecessarily for appointments that have nothing to do with their private parts. When I was 14 years old, I went to a male PA who insisted that I changed into a paper gown. I had the flu. I would not take any of my clothes off. He had to listen to my heart through my shirt. There are great tips about how to prevent sexual abuse by doctors at http://sexualmisconductbydoctors.com/femaleti... . This does not just address gynecologists.
Chris

Conklin, NY

#1749 Sep 17, 2012
Mandy wrote:
<quoted text>
How in the world do you know what people in this area prefer? You don't. You are not from here so don't comment about an area you don't know anything about. I'm telling you hpw it is. I know a woman who got into another OB/GYN office & she had a 4 week wait & this was with a male. The practice I go to isn't accepting new patients at this time as all the doctor's are booked, male & female.
I know from reading surveys. Look it up, read it for yourself. Actual controlled (by obgyn's) survey's . Your statements are antidotal. YOU DON'T KNOW.

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