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View Poll Results: was a witness present?
yes: I'm male, and so was the doctor 0 0%
yes: I'm male, the doctor was female 1 2.78%
yes: I'm female, and so was the doctor 1 2.78%
yes: I'm female, the doctor was male 2 5.56%
no: I'm male, and so was the doctor 15 41.67%
no: I'm male, the doctor was female 3 8.33%
no: I'm female, and so was the doctor 6 16.67%
no: I'm female, the doctor was male 1 2.78%
it was a teaching hospital so a student was there for their benefit, not necessarily as a witness 2 5.56%
this question doesn't quite fit my situation. (nonbinary, brought my medical proxy, etc.) 0 0%
42 interns all crowded the room 5 13.89%
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Old 10-29-2019, 04:59 PM
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Don't forget the every-couple-of years rectal probe to feel the backside of the uterus. That's always a joy.
I don't believe I've ever had that one. But I'm seeing a new gyn for a routine check up soon, who knows what wonders I can expect.

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I've been there. I had an injury in high school that damaged some tendons, so my entire femur would dislocate from my knee if you pulled on it. The doctor had never seen anything like it... so he left and came back with several other doctors so they could all ooh and aah over it. It was weird.
It's good, though. Doctors should see as much as possible in vivo. Whenever they ask me if I will give permission for the students to observe, I say "yes".
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I don't believe I've ever had that one. But I'm seeing a new gyn for a routine check up soon, who knows what wonders I can expect.
It could be due to the fact that my uterus tips back by a fair bit. I just assumed it was fairly common.

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It's good, though. Doctors should see as much as possible in vivo. Whenever they ask me if I will give permission for the students to observe, I say "yes".
So do I.
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