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Are You a Christian Who is Against Male Gynecologists?

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Boone, NC

#1 Jul 15, 2010
Are you a Christian who is against male gynecologists and believe that husband should be the only man who sees and touches the private parts of a woman? If so, can you please share why you believe this way?
yes

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Apr 28, 2012
i think the reasons are obvious. midwives were used in the bible for birthing, and even though the preists in the levitical law were required to clear people suspected of leprecy we dont read anywhere that they performed intimate exams that would contradict other passages. i have always held this to be immoral and unethical for males to be allowed this kind of freedom in a medical setting, and it is appalling that more people do not see anything wrong with it, especially those women that claim the name of our Lord, and those that preach against going to a mixed swimming party and yet allow this, and those that act jealous for far less than a strange man doing these sexual exams.
MPM

Waynesville, NC

#3 Apr 28, 2012
You should check out a great organization, Medical Patient Modesty ( http://www.patientmodesty.com ) that works to promote stronger medical patient modesty. Make sure you check out their article about how to ensure an all female team for the birth of a baby at http://www.patientmodesty.com/childbirthmodes... .
Daddy_Bear

Norwich, UK

#4 May 12, 2012
Yes I am a Christian and I want to make it clear to ALL on this thread that I was completely OK with male gynecologists until I was invited in by my wife to support her through an intimate examination by a male gynecologist. This gave me the opportunity to assess the whole situation, I watched his every move, his posture, his manner, his eyes... I'm a sensitive and perceptive man, I have to be for my profession. Following my experience, I'll tell you ALL right now that I WILL NEVER ALLOW MY WIFE TO GO NEAR A ANOTHER MALE GYNECOLOGIST AS LONG AS I LIVE!
ENLIGHTENED HUSBANDS

Norwich, UK

#5 Jun 18, 2012
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-21604...

"Striking doctors to get £100,000 pension deals (and some already have £1m property portfolios)

•At least 24 doctors are already enjoying six-figure deals in retirement
•Medics pensions rise with inflation and are guaranteed for life
•By contrast, average private sector pension is just £5,860 a year

By Glen Owen
PUBLISHED: 23:20, 16 June 2012

Some of the doctors who will this week paralyse hospitals and GP surgeries in a 24-hour strike over reforms to their pensions can look forward to astonishing £100,000-a-year retirement deals.

Thousands of operations, scans and GPs' appointments will be cancelled on Thursday when members of the British Medical Association walk out for the first time in nearly 40 years.

The Mail on Sunday can reveal that at least 24 doctors are enjoying six-figure incomes in retirement – with one GP receiving £144,000. The Government has described such deals as unsustainable."

ALSO: I've recently discovered that my Wife's 'Christian' male IVF gynecologist also owns property all over the UK. He's on the same robbing scam! It's almost impossible for 'materialistic' or 'maternally desperate' women resist these molestering monsters!

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#7 Jul 5, 2012
GYNECOLOGISTS NEED THIS TYPE OF SEXUAL EDUCATION AT MED SCHOOL - PLEASE READ ON...

The male by evolutionary design IS a sexual predator. 100's of years of evolution have fine tuned his very strong urge to reproduce. The male instinct to spread his DNA is primal to his very existence. Conscious control must be exerted much of the time to repress these basic sexual urges and instincts. Sub-conscious desires coupled with real life experiences feed the realm of fantasy, a place most all men go frequently throughout the day. This visual preoccupation is ingrained in all males to varying degrees. Psychologists have estimated that once a boy aroused to sex, he thinks about it an average of six times an hour, on a slow day. This distraction continues for a man throughout his reproductive years.

This strong sexual drive and mindset is what Mother Nature has given the male. The product of evolutionary reproductive instincts, the male also seeks to protect and defend his female to the point of demanding exclusivity in his intimacy with her with zero tolerance for any other males.

Men have invested so much of their identity, committed so much energy, and squandered so much power in trying to control, avoid, and conquer women because they are so vulnerable to their mysterious power they have over men. Men have generally been reluctant to discuss their feelings, until recently. The Internet has opened up a world of discussion and shared feelings.

The sight of the naked female and the sexual response in the male mind is well understood without the need for further discussion.

Most husbands know that the exposure of their wives genitalia to a male gynecologist is a concern, but that same sight coupled with her facial expression such as a smile at the same time can be enormously arousing, if even to the subconscious mind of the male physician. Men do not trust other men, it is that simple, and due to the fact that men know how 'men' think.

Few men will accept the risk that their beloved wives might be part of the sexual fantasy of another male. The urge to protect and defend them is naturally ingrained in men through years of evolution and natural selection.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#8 Jul 5, 2012
...Thousands of years of evolution and recent cultural adaptation have produced in the female instincts to nurture, display and submit their bodies to males. This is part of the chemistry making human reproduction so successful. The vanity modern females display, their desire to attract men and please them and be accepted is part of their core emotional makeup. The male doctor observes this attraction too.

It has been said that “charm in a woman is the same thing as confidence is in the man.” Women seek to attract men and that subconscious desire to please them can lure them into vulnerable situations.

It is common knowledge that many women see men, especially those in positions of power as the men to please. They are seen as the “Alpha Males” and most worthy of receiving their attention and seed. Husband’s anxiety naturally will increase at the exposure of wives to Alpha Males.

Sigmund Freud postulates that “transference” occurs, especially in the context of the patient/physician relationship, and it is complex and problematic. The female perceives the physician as omnipotent healer and powerful and this puts her in a submissive role. Many women also relate to their physicians as a “father figure”. While there is nothing necessarily sexual in that perception, it further puts a woman in a submissive, inferior and vulnerable position. Many husbands worry about this vulnerability at the hands of another man who she may see as her “heroic healer.”

Transference can sometimes even be to the degree that the husband may end up, at least in the wife’s eyes, as playing an insignificant role in the role of having a baby. That maternity experience can become a relationship between the female and her doctor, as if the doctor were in bed with her that fateful night of conception. The husband is almost seen as beside the point.“The modern trend in obstetrics is to include the husband in prenatal care and delivery so that the physician does not become a substitute image for the husband” Even the ritual of the husband cutting the umbilical cord is meant to include him in the process, as if he were next to insignificant otherwise. Many men find the risk of transference to the doctor as offensive and a bit threatening.

In the daily practice of a gynecology office, it is easy to perceive that intricate emotional problems often lie behind a great number of the physical complaints, symptoms and disturbances that women patients bring to the office. To a great extent, these emotional problems are related to several aspects of the female nature and constitution. Many men are uncomfortable with the notion of another male discussing his marriage and even influencing his wife emotionally.

Patient dependency, vulnerability and gratitude for the care received is often confused with feelings of affection. It is reported that females sometimes have a “crush” on their doctors. Many husbands find this worrisome, especially given the vulnerable nature of gynecological exams.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#12 Jul 13, 2012
THE SHEER DEPTH OF THIS ISSUE...

Most women decide AGAINST reporting SEXUALLY ABUSIVE Male Gynecologists and Doctors as medical specialists know EXACTLY how to avoid any 'actual' physical signs of abuse therefore they have little or no evidence especially if the Doctor has a 'loyal' chaperone (who's job would probably be in jeopardy if she was a 'tale-teller'). Typically, the 'abused' woman will not want to shame/embarrass herself by reporting such an incident. Also it is quite typical that the patient will be concerned that she will not be believed either, along with the fact that she will be constantly 'reassured' that "he's a good Doctor", "Doctors are professionals", or "you must not ruin a Doctor's career", "you are just feeling emotional", etc. So the abused woman usually ends up keeping the incident under wraps rather than 'rock the boat'.

What's even more worrying... the hormone 'Oxytocin'(which can be quite easily released into the patient's bloodstream through stimulation of the patient's cervix by the Doctor). Oxytocin release (a natural hormone within every woman) is actually preventing women from reporting their abusers as once Oxytocin is released, the patient will feel calmness, trust, respect and even admiration for the Doctor that triggered the release of the hormone. I'm pretty sure that Doctors are very knowledgeable about Oxytocin release and know how it works!

OXYTOCIN: is a powerful hormone and a neurotransmitter within the brain. This hormone plays a huge role in pair bonding (mating). This hormone is released during stimulation to female erogenous zones (especially genitalia). Oxytocin is commonly described as the 'hormone of love'. This tiny chemical, released from the hypothalamus region of the brain, gives rat mothers the urge to nurse their pups, keeps male prairie voles monogamous and, even more remarkable, makes people trust each other... "trust him, he's the Doctor!" ('Oxytocinally' speaking).

http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&gs_nf=1&am...

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#14 Jul 26, 2012
I read this doctor's confession on a thread the other day. I feel that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you all read it as well...(part 1)

'I AM WOMAN HEAR ME ROAR' wrote:
"When I got married, I was still a virgin and I went to a male gynaecologist to talk about birth control. I desperately wanted children, but not straight away. I fell for the doctor's line that in order to get prescribed the contraceptive pill, I needed to have a pap/smear, pelvic and breast examination. At the time I didn't know that the only thing required to get the pills was a blood pressure check and blood screening. My doctor was a married father of 7 children; therefore I made the decision to trust him. As I'd never had these intimate examinations before, I didn’t know what to expect. After the terrible, degrading, painful and humiliating examinations I was left feeling VERY confused as to what had just happened to me! My instincts were telling me that the doctor had done things that he shouldn’t have. After I got dressed, he said he would only prescribe just 6 months of contraceptive pills, and then ordered me back for further examinations. Needless to say, I never went back! I could go on and on about male gynaecologists. If a woman has only been with one partner her entire life, then there is absolutely NO reason to go through these horrible intrusive, degrading and humiliating examinations. I hope that many women will read this and take my advice."

'Retired Male Doctor UK' wrote:
"I have been reading all of your comments with great interest over the months; I must congratulate you on your intelligence and levels of perception. I was a consultant doctor for 30 years and throughout my career it became quite obvious that most male gynaecologists are a little twisted, to say the very least! I have mixed with all types of doctors and specialist consultants throughout my career and my conclusions and suspicions, with regards to male gynaecologists, were formed quite early on. We used to refer to them as 'the weirdo’s','the ones who couldn't get girlfriends at school', or 'the wannabe studs'.

I am glad that all the terrible wrong doings are finally being exposed, and ladies are rightly coming forward to complain. We were not allowed to speak up as there was a 'gentleman's doctor code' in place; we used to cover for each other if necessary, as mistakes do happen. I found it quite difficult to keep quite about the way that some consultant gynaecologists spoke about their 'ladies'. Most were very good at detecting whether or not a lady was 'open to suggestion'(married or not), most of the doctors I knew would respond to this, some would ensure that their secret would be safe and some just wouldn't give two hoots! There was often banter with regards to their 'conquests' and I have to admit that I felt envy at the time, but as time has past I feel disgusted at their terrible behaviour!

Please don't ask me for my identity, I cannot do that for you. Even though I would dearly like to be a witness to your testimonies, I would not be able to handle the backlash as my health is ailing now. Good luck, you are on the right track. We have to stop these doctors as it is factual that many ladies are being abused by them on a daily basis here within the UK."

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#15 Jul 26, 2012
I read this doctor's confession on a thread the other day. I feel that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you all read it as well...(part 2)

'CHRIS' wrote:
"How come more doctors don’t speak out about them? Does this mean most doctors don’t let their wives see male gynaecologists?"

'Retired Male Doctor UK' replied:
"Hello Chris, some doctors allow their wives to see male gynaecologists as thick skin is developed within the medical profession, therefore they don't worry about it. You need to be aware that people are fairly 'free and easy' within the medical profession due to dealing with illness and death on a daily basis. Their minds and insecurities work different to yours Chris due to their exposure to death and severe illness. However, this does not make it right, but at least they are aware of the possible situation when their wives go to a male gynaecologist. Some will probably know the doctor, some will be able to have him checked out before, therefore the risk is minimal along with the fact that doctors tend not to 'do the dirty' on their fellow colleagues, there is a 'gentleman’s code' you have to understand."

'Retired Male Doctor UK' wrote:
"I am truly sorry but I will not be making any further comment on here as my wife greatly disapproves through fear of exposure of my identity. I've tried to reassure her that my identity is confidential on here, but she worries. Anyway, I have said my piece with honesty and sincerity from the information I gathered throughout my medical career. Take care all of you and I wish you swift success with your viable campaign! This problem really does need addressing, and fast! Goodbye soldiers!"

'I AM WOMAN HEAR ME ROAR' wrote:
"Dear Retired Male Dr UK,
Thank you so very much for your effort in confirming mine and others on this thread suspicions. I know what I went through, and I can only hope and pray that many women read this thread and take heed. God bless you, and thank you!"

SOURCE:
http://www.topix.com/forum/med/obstetrics-and...

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#16 Jul 26, 2012
READ THIS PART FIRST (sorry I posted in wrong order)

I read this doctor's confession on a thread the other day. I feel that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you all read it as well...(part 1)

'I AM WOMAN HEAR ME ROAR' wrote:
"When I got married, I was still a virgin and I went to a male gynaecologist to talk about birth control. I desperately wanted children, but not straight away. I fell for the doctor's line that in order to get prescribed the contraceptive pill, I needed to have a pap/smear, pelvic and breast examination. At the time I didn't know that the only thing required to get the pills was a blood pressure check and blood screening. My doctor was a married father of 7 children; therefore I made the decision to trust him. As I'd never had these intimate examinations before, I didn’t know what to expect. After the terrible, degrading, painful and humiliating examinations I was left feeling VERY confused as to what had just happened to me! My instincts were telling me that the doctor had done things that he shouldn’t have. After I got dressed, he said he would only prescribe just 6 months of contraceptive pills, and then ordered me back for further examinations. Needless to say, I never went back! I could go on and on about male gynaecologists. If a woman has only been with one partner her entire life, then there is absolutely NO reason to go through these horrible intrusive, degrading and humiliating examinations. I hope that many women will read this and take my advice."

'Retired Male Doctor UK' wrote:
"I have been reading all of your comments with great interest over the months; I must congratulate you on your intelligence and levels of perception. I was a consultant doctor for 30 years and throughout my career it became quite obvious that most male gynaecologists are a little twisted, to say the very least! I have mixed with all types of doctors and specialist consultants throughout my career and my conclusions and suspicions, with regards to male gynaecologists, were formed quite early on. We used to refer to them as 'the weirdo’s','the ones who couldn't get girlfriends at school', or 'the wannabe studs'.

I am glad that all the terrible wrong doings are finally being exposed, and ladies are rightly coming forward to complain. We were not allowed to speak up as there was a 'gentleman's doctor code' in place; we used to cover for each other if necessary, as mistakes do happen. I found it quite difficult to keep quite about the way that some consultant gynaecologists spoke about their 'ladies'. Most were very good at detecting whether or not a lady was 'open to suggestion'(married or not), most of the doctors I knew would respond to this, some would ensure that their secret would be safe and some just wouldn't give two hoots! There was often banter with regards to their 'conquests' and I have to admit that I felt envy at the time, but as time has past I feel disgusted at their terrible behaviour!

Please don't ask me for my identity, I cannot do that for you. Even though I would dearly like to be a witness to your testimonies, I would not be able to handle the backlash as my health is ailing now. Good luck, you are on the right track. We have to stop these doctors as it is factual that many ladies are being abused by them on a daily basis here within the UK."
ConfusedPatient

Allentown, PA

#18 Aug 2, 2012
Daddy_Bear wrote:
Yes I am a Christian and I want to make it clear to ALL on this thread that I was completely OK with male gynecologists until I was invited in by my wife to support her through an intimate examination by a male gynecologist. This gave me the opportunity to assess the whole situation, I watched his every move, his posture, his manner, his eyes... I'm a sensitive and perceptive man, I have to be for my profession. Following my experience, I'll tell you ALL right now that I WILL NEVER ALLOW MY WIFE TO GO NEAR A ANOTHER MALE GYNECOLOGIST AS LONG AS I LIVE!
You are correct in your observations. Imagine how women feel going through this exam, and oftentimes feeling coerced without all the facts about cancer risks, etc. However, I don't think women doctors are much better.
I think this whole profession is a little twisted. Or the profession attracts twisted people. When you consider the intimacy of the exam, I have never seen a colder, stranger, more insensitive group of people.
I am relieved that I am not alone in my perceptions.
We need changes in gynecological care.
MPM

Waynesville, NC

#19 Aug 2, 2012
ConfusedPatient wrote:
<quoted text>
You are correct in your observations. Imagine how women feel going through this exam, and oftentimes feeling coerced without all the facts about cancer risks, etc. However, I don't think women doctors are much better.
I think this whole profession is a little twisted. Or the profession attracts twisted people. When you consider the intimacy of the exam, I have never seen a colder, stranger, more insensitive group of people.
I am relieved that I am not alone in my perceptions.
We need changes in gynecological care.
It is true that too many unnecessary pap smears are done. Bimanual exam is pretty much useless. Many women are unaware that they can request abdominal ultrasound instead of pelvic exam when it is suspected they have ovarian cysts.

One college infirmary pushes college girls into having their first gynecological examinations without informing them the pros and cons of those exams. One 18 year old college girl went in for an ear infection and the male doctor pushed her into having a pap smear which was unnecessary. She was a virgin. This girl is still very traumatized by what happened. We need to educate young women the truth about gynecological examinations.

Are you aware that about 75% of hysterectomies are unnecessary? Doctors make a lot of money from performing hysterectomies so I think money plays a big role in why many of them recommend hysterectomies.
ConfusedPatient

Catasauqua, PA

#20 Aug 3, 2012
MPM wrote:
<quoted text>
It is true that too many unnecessary pap smears are done. Bimanual exam is pretty much useless. Many women are unaware that they can request abdominal ultrasound instead of pelvic exam when it is suspected they have ovarian cysts.
One college infirmary pushes college girls into having their first gynecological examinations without informing them the pros and cons of those exams. One 18 year old college girl went in for an ear infection and the male doctor pushed her into having a pap smear which was unnecessary. She was a virgin. This girl is still very traumatized by what happened. We need to educate young women the truth about gynecological examinations.
Are you aware that about 75% of hysterectomies are unnecessary? Doctors make a lot of money from performing hysterectomies so I think money plays a big role in why many of them recommend hysterectomies.
Is there any limitation at all to a pelvic ultrasound, other than finding precancerous cell? I don't believe so.
Let me say again, I am not shy and I don't find examinations painful. I find doctors to be bizarre and it gives me the CREEPS.
If you don't want an exam on a particular day, they get really mad. Why? But, I am afraid if I don't do my yearly, a doctor won't help me if I get sick, or at least make me wait a long time.
This coerced, disrespected feeling is really bothersome.
Reader

Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

#21 Oct 6, 2012
Mark_Dowling wrote:
...Thousands of years of evolution and recent cultural adaptation have produced in the female instincts to nurture, display and submit their bodies to males. This is part of the chemistry making human reproduction so successful. The vanity modern females display, their desire to attract men and please them and be accepted is part of their core emotional makeup. The male doctor observes this attraction too.
It has been said that “charm in a woman is the same thing as confidence is in the man.” Women seek to attract men and that subconscious desire to please them can lure them into vulnerable situations.
It is common knowledge that many women see men, especially those in positions of power as the men to please. They are seen as the “Alpha Males” and most worthy of receiving their attention and seed. Husband’s anxiety naturally will increase at the exposure of wives to Alpha Males.
Sigmund Freud postulates that “transference” occurs, especially in the context of the patient/physician relationship, and it is complex and problematic. The female perceives the physician as omnipotent healer and powerful and this puts her in a submissive role. Many women also relate to their physicians as a “father figure”. While there is nothing necessarily sexual in that perception, it further puts a woman in a submissive, inferior and vulnerable position. Many husbands worry about this vulnerability at the hands of another man who she may see as her “heroic healer.”
Transference can sometimes even be to the degree that the husband may end up, at least in the wife’s eyes, as playing an insignificant role in the role of having a baby. That maternity experience can become a relationship between the female and her doctor, as if the doctor were in bed with her that fateful night of conception. The husband is almost seen as beside the point.“The modern trend in obstetrics is to include the husband in prenatal care and delivery so that the physician does not become a substitute image for the husband” Even the ritual of the husband cutting the umbilical cord is meant to include him in the process, as if he were next to insignificant otherwise. Many men find the risk of transference to the doctor as offensive and a bit threatening.
In the daily practice of a gynecology office, it is easy to perceive that intricate emotional problems often lie behind a great number of the physical complaints, symptoms and disturbances that women patients bring to the office. To a great extent, these emotional problems are related to several aspects of the female nature and constitution. Many men are uncomfortable with the notion of another male discussing his marriage and even influencing his wife emotionally.
Patient dependency, vulnerability and gratitude for the care received is often confused with feelings of affection. It is reported that females sometimes have a “crush” on their doctors. Many husbands find this worrisome, especially given the vulnerable nature of gynecological exams.
Hi, I find this very interesting. do you have the references for this publication you quoted?
Debz

Ottawa, Canada

#22 Oct 6, 2012
Mark_Dowling wrote:
I read this doctor's confession on a thread the other day. I feel that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you all read it as well...(part 1)
'I AM WOMAN HEAR ME ROAR' wrote:
"When I got married, I was still a virgin and I went to a male gynaecologist to talk about birth control. I desperately wanted children, but not straight away. I fell for the doctor's line that in order to get prescribed the contraceptive pill, I needed to have a pap/smear, pelvic and breast examination. At the time I didn't know that the only thing required to get the pills was a blood pressure check and blood screening. My doctor was a married father of 7 children; therefore I made the decision to trust him. As I'd never had these intimate examinations before, I didn’t know what to expect. After the terrible, degrading, painful and humiliating examinations I was left feeling VERY confused as to what had just happened to me! My instincts were telling me that the doctor had done things that he shouldn’t have. After I got dressed, he said he would only prescribe just 6 months of contraceptive pills, and then ordered me back for further examinations. Needless to say, I never went back! I could go on and on about male gynaecologists. If a woman has only been with one partner her entire life, then there is absolutely NO reason to go through these horrible intrusive, degrading and humiliating examinations. I hope that many women will read this and take my advice."
'Retired Male Doctor UK' wrote:
"I have been reading all of your comments with great interest over the months; I must congratulate you on your intelligence and levels of perception. I was a consultant doctor for 30 years and throughout my career it became quite obvious that most male gynaecologists are a little twisted, to say the very least! I have mixed with all types of doctors and specialist consultants throughout my career and my conclusions and suspicions, with regards to male gynaecologists, were formed quite early on. We used to refer to them as 'the weirdo’s','the ones who couldn't get girlfriends at school', or 'the wannabe studs'.
I am glad that all the terrible wrong doings are finally being exposed, and ladies are rightly coming forward to complain. We were not allowed to speak up as there was a 'gentleman's doctor code' in place; we used to cover for each other if necessary, as mistakes do happen. I found it quite difficult to keep quite about the way that some consultant gynaecologists spoke about their 'ladies'. Most were very good at detecting whether or not a lady was 'open to suggestion'(married or not), most of the doctors I knew would respond to this, some would ensure that their secret would be safe and some just wouldn't give two hoots! There was often banter with regards to their 'conquests' and I have to admit that I felt envy at the time, but as time has past I feel disgusted at their terrible behaviour!
Please don't ask me for my identity, I cannot do that for you. Even though I would dearly like to be a witness to your testimonies, I would not be able to handle the backlash as my health is ailing now. Good luck, you are on the right track. We have to stop these doctors as it is factual that many ladies are being abused by them on a daily basis here within the UK."
I admire the retired Doctors honesty...we need more of them to speak out
Debz

Ottawa, Canada

#23 Oct 8, 2012
ConfusedPatient wrote:
<quoted text>
You are correct in your observations. Imagine how women feel going through this exam, and oftentimes feeling coerced without all the facts about cancer risks, etc. However, I don't think women doctors are much better.
I think this whole profession is a little twisted. Or the profession attracts twisted people. When you consider the intimacy of the exam, I have never seen a colder, stranger, more insensitive group of people.
I am relieved that I am not alone in my perceptions.
We need changes in gynecological care.
Presumably some good Christian Couples in Utah sign up for this.....makes you guage the extent of brainwashing

The sex talk, part 2: The premarital exam

Written by Vanessa Perkins | Posted: October 8, 2012

In my last article, I focused on the importance of sexual education and the need for it in our public schools. While discussing the issue of sexual education, I also wanted to explore the phenomenon of premarital exams.

A premarital exam generally happens before a woman gets married and is not very common outside of Utah. In other states, a premarital exam is a blood test. In Utah, it can include a full pelvic exam and a Q-and-A portion, where both women and men are encouraged to bring whatever questions they may have to the table. Each exam is different depending on the doctor, but this is the general format

http://www.uvureview.com/2012/10/08/the-sex-t ...

Since: Nov 12

Singapore, Singapore

#24 Nov 9, 2012
Mark_Dowling wrote:
I read this doctor's confession on a thread the other day. I feel that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you all read it as well...(part 2)
'CHRIS' wrote:
"How come more doctors don’t speak out about them? Does this mean most doctors don’t let their wives see male gynaecologists?"
'Retired Male Doctor UK' replied:
"Hello Chris, some doctors allow their wives to see male gynaecologists as thick skin is developed within the medical profession, therefore they don't worry about it. You need to be aware that people are fairly 'free and easy' within the medical profession due to dealing with illness and death on a daily basis. Their minds and insecurities work different to yours Chris due to their exposure to death and severe illness. However, this does not make it right, but at least they are aware of the possible situation when their wives go to a male gynaecologist. Some will probably know the doctor, some will be able to have him checked out before, therefore the risk is minimal along with the fact that doctors tend not to 'do the dirty' on their fellow colleagues, there is a 'gentleman’s code' you have to understand."
'Retired Male Doctor UK' wrote:
"I am truly sorry but I will not be making any further comment on here as my wife greatly disapproves through fear of exposure of my identity. I've tried to reassure her that my identity is confidential on here, but she worries. Anyway, I have said my piece with honesty and sincerity from the information I gathered throughout my medical career. Take care all of you and I wish you swift success with your viable campaign! This problem really does need addressing, and fast! Goodbye soldiers!"
'I AM WOMAN HEAR ME ROAR' wrote:
"Dear Retired Male Dr UK,
Thank you so very much for your effort in confirming mine and others on this thread suspicions. I know what I went through, and I can only hope and pray that many women read this thread and take heed. God bless you, and thank you!"
SOURCE:
http://www.topix.com/forum/med/obstetrics-and...
hiii Mark,

thxx for this useful confession of this brave retired Doctor...

yes, we should let more women know and hear about this scary creepy fact...do you have the reference to this..is it in publication somewhere ?

thxx,
lin lin
Very interesting

Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

#25 Nov 11, 2012
Mark_Dowling wrote:
...Thousands of years of evolution and recent cultural adaptation have produced in the female instincts to nurture, display and submit their bodies to males. This is part of the chemistry making human reproduction so successful. The vanity modern females display, their desire to attract men and please them and be accepted is part of their core emotional makeup. The male doctor observes this attraction too.
It has been said that “charm in a woman is the same thing as confidence is in the man.” Women seek to attract men and that subconscious desire to please them can lure them into vulnerable situations.
It is common knowledge that many women see men, especially those in positions of power as the men to please. They are seen as the “Alpha Males” and most worthy of receiving their attention and seed. Husband’s anxiety naturally will increase at the exposure of wives to Alpha Males.
Sigmund Freud postulates that “transference” occurs, especially in the context of the patient/physician relationship, and it is complex and problematic. The female perceives the physician as omnipotent healer and powerful and this puts her in a submissive role. Many women also relate to their physicians as a “father figure”. While there is nothing necessarily sexual in that perception, it further puts a woman in a submissive, inferior and vulnerable position. Many husbands worry about this vulnerability at the hands of another man who she may see as her “heroic healer.”
Transference can sometimes even be to the degree that the husband may end up, at least in the wife’s eyes, as playing an insignificant role in the role of having a baby. That maternity experience can become a relationship between the female and her doctor, as if the doctor were in bed with her that fateful night of conception. The husband is almost seen as beside the point.“The modern trend in obstetrics is to include the husband in prenatal care and delivery so that the physician does not become a substitute image for the husband” Even the ritual of the husband cutting the umbilical cord is meant to include him in the process, as if he were next to insignificant otherwise. Many men find the risk of transference to the doctor as offensive and a bit threatening.
In the daily practice of a gynecology office, it is easy to perceive that intricate emotional problems often lie behind a great number of the physical complaints, symptoms and disturbances that women patients bring to the office. To a great extent, these emotional problems are related to several aspects of the female nature and constitution. Many men are uncomfortable with the notion of another male discussing his marriage and even influencing his wife emotionally.
Patient dependency, vulnerability and gratitude for the care received is often confused with feelings of affection. It is reported that females sometimes have a “crush” on their doctors. Many husbands find this worrisome, especially given the vulnerable nature of gynecological exams.
Many thanks for your brilliant post. Do you have the sources of this post;I would like to quote it properly in other blogs, giving the relevant references.

Regards.
QO

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Many thanks for your brilliant post. Do you have the sources of this post;I would like to quote it properly in other blogs, giving the relevant references.
Regards.
QO
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