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Since: Jun 12

Nottingham, UK

#21 Aug 22, 2013
CHRIS wrote:
<quoted text> Stephen, it doesn't really matter anymore what a "few people" Think. Ob/gyn's residents I'n M.S. are made up of 90-95% of woman and growing ever year. The "gig" is up for these loser's who can't touch, smell, see a vaginia any other way. The few losers (male) graduating from M.S. are having a real tough time being hired anywhere, especially with the all female obgyns practices popping up all over the place. The market was not balenced, there's now a "correction" going on in the market. Supply and demand!
Well that's good news, but we still have the problem of GP's. Some GP's will do unnecessary exams on naive women. For example, if an attractive woman goes to the doctor with a sore throat or chest pain, the sleazy doctor will try to scare her into having a pelvic exam. GP's can be just as bad as gyno's.
CHRIS

Bedford, MA

#22 Aug 22, 2013
StephenW777 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well that's good news, but we still have the problem of GP's. Some GP's will do unnecessary exams on naive women. For example, if an attractive woman goes to the doctor with a sore throat or chest pain, the sleazy doctor will try to scare her into having a pelvic exam. GP's can be just as bad as gyno's.
Your ABSOLUTLY correct, G Ps can be just As bad. But if your wife sees a a woman gyno she should know she's up to date on everything and not get fooled. It was a male G.P. who TRIED to pull a fast one on my w/f even though he knew she had just seen her female obgyn a month prior. The other good news is that over 50% of new GPs are woman. Even so, people need to be educated to these male doctors tricks. That's why I post, all the time! I want the word to get out !!!!!!!

P

Since: Jun 12

Nottingham, UK

#23 Aug 22, 2013
CHRIS wrote:
<quoted text> Your ABSOLUTLY correct, G Ps can be just As bad. But if your wife sees a a woman gyno she should know she's up to date on everything and not get fooled. It was a male G.P. who TRIED to pull a fast one on my w/f even though he knew she had just seen her female obgyn a month prior. The other good news is that over 50% of new GPs are woman. Even so, people need to be educated to these male doctors tricks. That's why I post, all the time! I want the word to get out !!!!!!!
P
I think the best way to change women's mind is to convince them that pap smears don't save lives. If you tell them that doctors are just perverts then you won't get very far. But if you can convince them that pap smears are a hoax and don't save lives, you will have better luck. There are doctors speaking up about this--that pap smears are a hoax. You need to direct women to these doctors.

Since: Jun 12

Nottingham, UK

#24 Aug 22, 2013
Chris

People need to understand that this is a serious subject. I say this because of the damage these medical creeps can do to a relationship. If I met a nice attractive woman and I later discovered that she had a male doctor for pap smears, it could cause problems. If she insisted that she wanted a male doctor then I would have no choice but to end the relationship.

Some years ago when my girlfriend (now ex girlfriend) was examined by a male doctor (she was 16 at the time), it felt like she was legally violated. I sometimes found it hard to have sex with her. A few days ago I read the same thing from another man. He said that after his wife had been examined by a male doctor, he found it hard to have sex with her. In a way, it IS rape. It left me with mental scars. The thought of another man having such personal access to my girlfriends private area was mental torture.

So even if you're single, you still have the worry of meeting a woman who insists on having a male doctor. How would you bring this discussion up with your new girlfriend? She might think you're a weirdo.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#25 Aug 23, 2013
Lot of women in the UK haven't woke up yet, remain brainwashed, into belief....
Rich

King Of Prussia, PA

#26 Jun 4, 2014
I don't know, something about another man feeling my wife up, tweeting her n!pples and the deeply f!ngering her on useless (scam) exams. I guess i wouldn't have made a good cuckhold
carpe diem

Santee, CA

#27 Jun 4, 2014
Ron wrote:
<quoted text> Gynecologist Nikita Levy and Peter Lafuria did. Gyn Bruce S Smith didn't , instead he raped a pregnant patient while her legs were in the stirrups during a pelvic exam while laying on the exam table. The doctors DNA was found in her inches away from her baby. Gynecologist Dr Bruce S Smith is now a guest of the State of Illinois for the next twent years. Gynecologist Dr levy committed suicide after it was discovered he had been taking pictures of HIS PATIENTS Genitals, he had been fired and was under investigation by the police. So yes, I do think they go home and have a wank over it and sometimes just relieve themselves by raping their patients. Levy and Smith are recent, 2013
Why? becuase as a man, I thoroughly understand how a man reacts...not thinks, reacts. A man is still a man...I wonder how many wives would tolerate their husbands choosing a female doc and deciding they must go to this female and allow her to hold his junk, examine it thoroughly for five minutes, while turning it this way and that and squeezing it to ensure no discharge appeared at least once a year?

The part I cannot tolerate is when my wife is laying there and a sheet or just her gown is draped over her knees, so she cannot see the doc, he sits in a chair between her legs and with his face close enough to breath on her fully examines her by moving her labia and outer lips as he pleases...he may do this as long as he sees fit...and then he will insert his fingers into her...
Rich

Bedford, MA

#28 Jun 5, 2014
I wonder how a wife would feel if there was an exam done on a man where cream/lube were put on him making him hard and a female doctor had to stroke him ?
Rick

Bedford, MA

#29 Jun 5, 2014
And to that , do a rectal exam at the same time. All for nothing because it's a faulty exam. You would have the equivalent of the bimanual and retrovaginal .
Rick

Bedford, MA

#30 Jun 5, 2014
The only difference would be the female doctor probably wouldn't "get off" on it because as we all know, woman are built differant . But, the male patient probably would get off on it. Because men and woman are built differant. I wonder how wives would feel about that type of exam. Especially , not having any medical value. Just like the bimanual and retrovaginal exam doesn't have any value on a asymptomatic patient .
Rick

Bedford, MA

#31 Jun 5, 2014
I actually wouldnt be surprised if some woman sometimes became aroused during these incredibaley intimat exams. I'm sure that was one of the reason male doctors "made them up."
Rick

Bristol, CT

#32 Jun 5, 2014
There are some woman who have admitted the've been turned on by the breast and pelvic exam. Not to hard to believe !

Since: Jun 14

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#33 Jun 5, 2014
You guys are way into this. My wife has always had male gynecologists. I've even been there during the exam. I have no issue with it at all. If she's comfortable with it, I'm comfortable with it. It's her doctor, not mine. Whatever may or may be thinking in his mind, I really don't care.
Rick

Bedford, MA

#34 Jun 5, 2014
What do you think of the bimanual exam being eliminated from the well woman exam by ALL guidlines ? Reason; IT CAN'T DETECT OVARIAN CANCER ! As they said for all those years that it can.
Rick

Bedford, MA

#35 Jun 5, 2014
Why do you suppose it took female obgyns to tell the world that the bimanual exam is useless ???? The men (obgyn) already knew !
Rick

Bedford, MA

#36 Jun 5, 2014
The've (male ob's) been busted !

Since: Jun 14

Location hidden

#37 Jun 6, 2014
It's still my wife's prerogative, and she prefers a male gynecologist. She also trusts him. If she's comfortable with that, so am I. It's that simple.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#38 Jun 6, 2014
Can't you guess, at the person who created the thread.

A doctor convicted of raping a Florida woman at gunpoint in 1986 had his medical license in Maryland suspended Thursday after two women patients complained he molested them at a walk-in clinic this year.

The Maryland Board of Physicians in suspending the license also revealed that Dr. William T. Dando disclosed on his 1996 license application that he had been incarcerated for a criminal conviction but didn't specify the crime. He "stated that he had 'assaulted someone' while under the influence of alcohol," Christine Farrelly, the board's acting executive director, wrote in the summary suspension order.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap/article-2...
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#39 Jun 6, 2014
RobertKPA wrote:
It's still my wife's prerogative, and she prefers a male gynecologist. She also trusts him. If she's comfortable with that, so am I. It's that simple.
h but did you know have been convicted of rape, then return to work, hello!
Rick

Bedford, MA

#41 Jun 6, 2014
Well if it works for you two fine, but you did ask your original question. I don't think it's any ones person prerogative, marriage is a partnership . My wife knows how I feel and she respects that, now a true M.E. and i could care less what gender the doctor is. When I had my vasectomy I wanted to get a referal about a urologist. My wife said," never mind I already found one for you." lol. Ok dead, what ever you say. She's not usually that pushy. But, is a spouse going to do something that will hurt the other spouse just because they can? I hope not

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