Physical Exam

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  1. coolestguy

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    I have yet found a doctor that does a thorough physical exam, the one you get naked and the doctor touches you. Most insurance allow one physical exam per year for free without co-pay. Every time I request a physical exam, the doctor just order some blood test for me.

    I want a doctor to check my balls to make sure they are ok, but I am too shy to ask the doctor. I was hoping I could get it done through a regular physical exam.

    When was the last time you had a physical and what was your experience?
     
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    I'm sorry. Ignore the shyness or embarrassment. Just ask.
     
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    Last one pulled my foreskin back to hard and it hurt . She was too rough IMO.
    The women doctors are more willing .I do not think she had seen a foreskin before(based on the look of her face) or did not have much experience with one.

    But I stretched it out a bit so it does not hurt when pulled all the way back. That only took about a week some how it cured my ED doing that.
     
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    If your doing it for a kick then good, if your really concerned call ahead and schedule an appointment for that reason.
     
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    I get one every year. Maybe change family doctors to one you feel you have a better relationship with.
     
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    During my physical exam, my doctor always checks my balls and cock. He also gives me a prostate exam. I'd be looking for a new doctor.
     
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    Tell them you are coming for your annual physical exam. Key word there is annual.
     
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    I agree with dcsurvivor92. When making the appointment, tell them your age and that you haven't had a thorough physical exam in a while. Any doctor that assumes everything is ok in a specific area isn't doing their job.


     
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    In my experience, physicians trained in Internal Medicine tend to give more thorough physical exams than those trained in Family Practice. Obviously, there are exceptions.
     
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    Are you actually worried that there is problem with your testicles? Or are you just trying to get a thrill by getting naked in front of a doctor?
     
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    After a mature age most doctors won't check for hernias [checking the balls and you coff], but a prostate exam once a year should be done along with a full blood work up. There is always a nurse in the room when a man is being checked out. If your having problems be sure to tell them.
     
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    Your doctor is not doing their job. I would change to another asap as they are not looking out for your best interests. I changed doctors when I could not see him as he was too busy. I found anouther doctor in the same office and changed to her in a snap. She takes the time to check me over, all of me.
     
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    I changed doctors because the doctor I had was too uncomfortable with the male body and I figured that he'd be unable, at a future date, to perform needed procedures.

    I saw the doctor about a knee injury. I was wearing motorcycle gear and therefore could not raise my pants leg to expose my knee, so it was necessary to remove my motorcycle pants. The doctor expressed concern with what I was wearing underneath. Actually I was wearing walking shorts underneath, but I realized that with the doctor's unease about my body, it would be impossible for him to do a prostate examination or genital examination at some future date.

    Part of the problem may have been the result of changed attitudes towards nudity. Until the late 1970s or so, boys swam nude in school swimming pools. Both boys and men swam nude in YMCA swimming pools. Both schools and YMCAs had gang-type showers in which everyone was totally exposed. Now many people won't even believe that and many would be horrified at the very idea of being seen nude. But doctors should get over that else they cannot do their jobs adequately.

    Actually, that wasn't the only problem with that doctor. I had for 10 years lived in a country where filariasis was endemic and felt that I should have a blood test for it. The fact that he wasn't familiar with filariasis didn't bother me, but the fact that he was unable to understand the importance of checking for a parasitic disease which might not produce symptoms for several years after becoming infected was a problem. He wanted to know why I thought that I was infected. Actually, I thought that probably I was not infected but the risk and consequences of being infected were such that it was essential to find out, a fact that the doctor seemed unable to understand.

    Some doctors are incompetent.
     
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    It's important to have chemistry with your doctor; I moved up here and got a new one I found by asking the med school outpatient service for their youngest male board-certified internist.

    I had the first appointment, and I thought "smart, nice enough, but seems nervous/reserved, probably not right for me, probably not kink-savvy/friendly enough to get why I might look a little banged-up at times, wouldn't be comfortable with sexual health in general". But, he refilled my Rxs and had some good insight, so I didn't worry about starting the search again.

    Fast forward a couple of weeks. I'm reading the weekly alternative rag here, and their nationally-syndicated sex advice columnist is advising a guy who claims to be 100% straight that licking the jizz off adult bookstore walls is not a straight-guy activity. He then turns things over to his "long-suffering medical adviser" - the reserved, shy, possibly-virginal one. ;0)

    Turns out, he's not shy. He knows lots of things about kink. He has a great sense of humor and holy crap, he's non-judgmental.

    You've got to have someone you can be honest with, and I don't think it's so wrong to get a thrill from getting your nuts examined.
     
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    I've heard this may be the case for a male doctor, and a female patient. My personal experience is the doctor will perform the most personal parts of the exam in private. Thankfully
     
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    The best exam I ever had was a dermatologist in Prague. I went because of a skin tag under my arm that I wanted removed. I was told to take off my shirt - which I did and he examined my underarm and removed the skin tag. He commented about moles on my chest and shoulders and said he wanted to look at those further. As he did that I asked about those red moles that I had on my belly. I said I also had them on my thighs. He looked with his glasses with a microscope thingy over the lenses all over my chest and belly, then looked more closely at my back. He then asked me to show me the ones on my thighs. I didn't expect this at all and had gone commando to his office. I told him that I wasn't wearing underwear and he asked me why! I said during the summer months, it's just more comfortable.

    Well, I took off my jeans and sat up as he put the light on my thighs and ran his fingers across those red moles. Off course I started boning up and he asked me why I was circumcised - if it was some phimosis problem. I went through the "typical thing in the US in the 50's" story and he just nodded. He asked me if I would be ok to have a more thorough look and I agreed. He was incredibly thorough, looking at my skin literally from head to toe. I laid on my stomach and he went across my back, my ass cheeks and legs. He found small moles on my shoulders that he said had to be removed and he did it right then and there.

    I was still rock hard the entire time and dripping precum. He went back over my chest and belly he held my balls and looked at them (shaved very smooth), rolling them between his thumb and forefinger, and then looked at my cock - as if studying the circ line or something. He never did anything I would consider inappropriate but that was THE most extensive physical I've ever had, period. I went home and jacked! I had to after all of that.
     
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    depending on your age but usually when you turn 40 that is when to start having a regular yearly exam. Have a colonoscopy at age 50. Been there done that! I go in 1 wk prior to appt. and have blood drawn. The dr gives me the results when I go in for the appt.. the nurse checks my blood pressure before going into the exam room. The doc comes in and checks my breathing and heart with scope. He checks my reflexes by pinging my knees. has me to touch my nose with eyes closed. Tells me to drop my pants and he feels me up, checking for hernia's and lumps in my testicles, then has me bend over the exam table and he does the prostate exam. Ask me if I'm having any issues and its done. Oh, and no nurse is in the room just him. The only time I have had a nurse come into the exam room was when they did an EKG.
     
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    I'm certainly not excited about getting naked in front of a doctor. I want to have a healthy body. I'm thinking if it's just my doctor or most doctors don't perform thorough physical exam now days.
     
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    I had my most recent annual physical in November. I got naked (I hate wearing those "gowns", and my doc's ok with that.), and he touched every part of me from head to toe. Did all the penis/ testicle/ rectal exams like he does every year. (And he treats my foreskin properly, even though he doesn't have many intact patients between the ages of 30 and 70. I am apparently an aberration in my part of the U.S.)

    The whole point of a physical is to examine (look, touch, palpate) the internal and external physical structures of your body. If your doc's not doing that, you need to get a new doc.

    He ordered up the blood work, too. But if he's not looking at your bare skin, you need to get a new doctor. (This one's board-certified in internal medicine, as was the last one.)
     
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    Most GP do not examine the genitals. If you have a problem, real or perceived, they'll send you on to urology or gynecology.
    Unless you're in a very small town where it might be difficult to see a specialist quickly, or at all,and the GP tends to see patients from cradle to grave.
     
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