Older doctor vs younger

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  1. Riguyz

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    Which do you prefer ? Older doctors (in their late 50s or 60s ) or younger doctor like fresh out of medical school or even in their 30s ? I found that older doctors are more knowledgable and caring in a way, and younger doctors these days rush you on your visit and based too much on the 'book'. What do you guys think ? Would love to hear
     
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    Could depend on what parts they are examining....
     
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    My doctor is late 50's. He believes in full exams every time you go in. Makes you strip down, no gown. Hell you can't even leave your socks on!. He's thorough, his exams usually take 45 minutes to an hour.
     
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    That's the type of doc I would love to have !!
     
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    Unzipped, I would say in general and if we are talking about checking down there, the younger docs finish it off even quicker it's like they are more embrassing or uncomfortable than you are
     
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    I prefer younger vs older for different reasons... 1) to stay with me for a long time vs older that will retire and pass me off to someone I don't know; and 2) hopefully up to speed with more modern concerns/remedies/etc.

    I have been going to a female (Harvard grad) since she was in mid-30's and hope she will be with me for a long time.
     
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    Had many of both. Just depends on the person. One hung doc was extremely handsome and he gave me a check for testicular cancer. Later saw him in the grocery store with his wife.
     
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    I meant young doc
     
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    In the past, my doctors have been older than me. During the past year, after a relocation, my new doctor is a 44 year old Vietnamese man. He is a DO as opposed to a MD and displays a very open and caring disposition. He is very hands on and very thorough. Every visit, I am stripped from the waist up and always includes a very lengthy respiratory exam which I love due to my intense medical fetish. ;) I have a complete physical schedule very soon that I am looking very forward to. I am already wondering about the extent of undress as I was told this exam would include an EKG and prostate exam!
     
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    I'm late 50s and my primary doctor is a couple years older than me. Specialists run the gamut from recent grads to near retirement.
     
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    My primary doctor, who I've been with for years now is in his mid 60's. He take his time to explain things to me & I am very comfortable with him when it's time for my years exam.
     
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    I had the same doctor for 20 years and he retired in his seventies. He had known me since I was a kid and he was easy to talk to. Since then I have had a variety of doctors ranging in age from thirty something to late fifties. Generally the older doctors are easier to talk to.
     
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    I got a new Dr last year due to the one I had dying from a brain tumor . I knew the previous Dr of many years would be hard to replace. The new one, who is 33, seems very capable, but I have noticed that he is uncomfortable with nudity. He did my hernia exam while I wore a gown and reached up under to do the exam. No prostrate exam at all. Just seems odd for a dr. Otherwise, he is very capable and I like his volunteerism with the homeless.
     
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    In the UK i am thankful for our NHS, but this does cause issued with things like 10 minute appointment times with GPs etc the more experienced Drs are more likely to get to the bottom of the issue quickly but are often quicker at prescribing medication, wheras the younger Drs are more knoweldgable to different types of treatments other than medication which can lead to better treatments overall. so i think i would prefer to see younger Drs as they are not stuck in their old ways. But being in military it is completely different again, but can be treated in similar manor
     
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    My previous Doctor was late 50's and I bravely went to him with problems maintaining erections and he told me it was something I had to live with it.
    On visiting last year I was introduced to my new Doctor, age I would estimate late 20s possibly 30s. I went over a problem with a rash on my leg.
    After dealing with that he asked if there was anything else he could help with to which I replied no. He then asked if my erection problems had sorted themselves out to which I replied no but we were having to live with it. He asked the problems which I replied honestly that I could get erections and penetrate my wife quite easily but, after a few minutes of pumping, I wilted and could not cum from penetrative sex. He asked about cumming and I said by hand manipulation there was no problem. He then asked (with me turning scarlet with embarrassment) if that was the only way I could cum. I queried this and he asked about other types of penile simulation. I admitted I could cum from a tit fuck but my wife was not into oral in anyway.
    He said that he felt that Viagra should solve the problem and have not looked back since and seem to never fail to cum in the pussy (if I want) and succeed in making her orgasm as well
    The Doctor is married to the assistant in the pharmacy and every time I go for a repeat prescription for Viagra she seems to serve me and gives me a knowing look.
     
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    I pick them on their qualifications, knowledge, and compassion. An older doctor almost killed me with botched kidney stone surgeries. When I insisted he do something to rectify the damage, he came out of surgery and told my mother, he was hours from dead.
    I found a new doctor 7 years younger than I am, and he's been great. He's super bright, gives great care, and is very compassionate.
    If I weren't his patient, we could be friends away from the office.
     
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    About a few months a new young docter and a female. For me no problem.
     
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    My family doctor is older. Prefer older ones usually. Was seeing a younger colorectal surgeon till I could get in to see a gastroenterologist. No idea how old the gi doctor is, have t seen him yet. I prefer older dentists too, the younger ones just wa t to put a filling in every tooth! Especially since I just broke a molar, have to find a different dentist as the one I saw retired and the new one I saw yesterday I didn’t like.
     
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    Honestly, being in the US, I’d rather have my urologist be foreign, I’d rather have an intact urologist, so a women would also be out. Can’t really ask your doctor that I guess, so with a foreign doctor I’d have a better shot.

    Experience, age older or younger not an issue for me.

    The last urologist I was at left me weary of urologists.

    GP though, he is older, very nice, and I trust everything he says.
     
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    I've had both, and always female. The older one seemed rougher and bored with the job. Had a younger one that was very excited to help with any of the weird health issues I have. She did a full exam once and I don't think it was my imagination that she maybe wasn't totally professional when it came to the penis exam part.
     
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