Most of the doctors I've visited for physical exams, as well as urologists, have had a very professional demeanor, usually seeming much older than they actually were. They'd always use the proper textbook words--"ejaculate," "orgasm," etc.--and seemed to be about as impartial as a judge. But there was one doc I visited to treat me for epididymitis, who very quickly turned off the doctor lingo and got into talking like a fratboy. He was much younger than any other doc I'd had: I'm sure he was under 35, and at the time I was about 21. When it came time to discuss how to keep the problem from reoccurring, in addition to medicine part of his actual "prescription" was, as close to word-for-word as I can recall: "It's not such a bad problem to have, because the more you get laid, the less of a problem it is. So, hit that ass. Masturbate. Ejaculate. But I personally recommend hitting the ass. Just do whatever you have to to get yours out, you'll feel better soon." Has anybody else had a doc who tried to be kinda "chummy" like that? Or do you find that they're more detached and professional? Is it an age thing?