want to be urologist?

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  1. nakeddad

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    I wonder if any of you guys here is urologist or ever wanted to be?
    It will not a be a bad option if one chooses this as an occupation having the opportunity seeing many kind of dicks, examining closely, touching,feeling,seeing the man attached to it etc,etc,
    Anyone???
     
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    Nearly every urologist I've ever met has been an asshole. I tend to think they hate their jobs.
     
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    You know the idea came to me just the other day, I always wondered what job
    I would love...now I finally know! LOL
     
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    Guess you would hate it too, working with a bunch of dicks and cunts :p LOL
     
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    OMG my urologist was AWESOME and FUCKING HOT!!! Took everything I had not to get a boner when he was working on me. Young, Italian, muscular, AMAZING ass in dress pants:) ..now that I dont need to see him...I see him at the gym. :) I'm all HEY!!! *your the guy that used to hold my nuts in your hand all the time.* Of course thats going on in my head when i see him in a tank and shorts :) grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
     
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    Never ever.

    They usually spend their time to see, closely examine, touch, feel dicks and balls of old blokes for BPH, the prostatic cancer, renal disorders and cystoscope for the etiology of unknown origin hematura.

    One of the most disgusting jobs it is.
     
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    yeah, what marc said
     
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    I kinda had Jason's experience about 10 years ago when I was seeing Urologists regularly for a variety of problems (epididymitis and more). Got to meet more of the Uro's in my town than I cared to. But one was actually a board-certified Adrologist (male body equivalent of a Gynecologist) and I found him to be more compassionate about male issues and the male body as a whole.

    At the time the specialty held promise, but it sort of has stalled. I think the problem was that it started with broad, noble goals but started focusing almost exclusively on the issue of male fertility. The two main groups, the American Society of Andrology (1975) and the International Society of Andrology, founded about 6 years later, lost sight of the fact that men really do have some gender-specific health issues that merit study and a shared pool of knowledge for treatment. Neither group seems to be interested terribly much in issues such as penile health, general male body issues, male vs female longevity, male psychologic health, and other gender-specific areas, although certain individual Andrologists certainly are. The one I went to was interested in overall optimal male well-being and we had great talks. He's also the Uro who got my epididymitis cleared up once and for all.
     
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    I saw an andrologist and my experience mirrors yours. I think it's because they're male infertility specialists and that's generally a lot less disgusting than most urology practice. Plus andrologists help couples resolve infertility issues so they have very grateful and happy patients.

    My andrologist was also the most over-educated man I've met in a long time; Choate, Harvard, Columbia, Johns-Hopkins, and interned at SFU. Really, really, nice guy.
     
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    Grit thinks that dermatology is where he wants to be... botoxing the ladies
     
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    Yeah, men feel really uncomfortable being man-handled in a doctor's office, anyways. The fact that you'd want to be getting into it for sexual reasons means that urology really isn't for you; The best doctors study medical because they have a genuine love for helping people.
     
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    There is nothing sexy about being a doctor.
    Most of what you see is body parts that have some kind of 'issue'... and I don't just mean seepage.

    Most people are not that attractive in the nude... and after sticking your fingers in a dozen assholes a day I expect its hard to muster that feeling of it being
    special" to stick your finger into your mate in any way.

    I don't care how much they make... no thank you to doctors of any stripe.... they are nearly as bad as cops.
     
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    I was raised in a medical family and there were within my family more jokes told on this issue than most others.

    If I had myself pursued medicine the specialty that has always interested me has been endocrinology, but, the jokes were always there when on the Golf Course as a late teen and adult with my Stepfather.

    The worst professions would be to be a Gay Urologist or a Lesbian Gynecologist.

    Lesbian Gynecologist to life partner:

    Sex, Oh God! I must have looked up 30 vaginas today! Give me a break! Mrs Hogbottom came into the office and the dumb idiot got another yeast infection. It took my assistant Cyndi 20 minutes to get rid of the smell! It was awful!

    Gay Urologist to life partner

    Sex,Oh God! I saw 34 patients today! Frank Smith came in today and that idiot was at a convention in Vegas and managed to get the damn clap! He wanted me to hide it from his medical insurance carrier! Then there was the Jones boy. That kid will never learn about cleaning out his foreskin. His Father ain't great, but this kid lives like a damn pig! It was all infected! Ugh! The smell was awful, Chad had to spray Air Freshener 3 times before Mr. Oldman came in. Oldman was the real piece of cake! He was in for a damn DRE (Digital Rectal Examination) and the old coot had gone with his wife for a ton of Mexican food a couple of hours before! What the damn idiot kid didn't do the old man sure did! I had to glove nyself and I can guarantee you that he is also lactose intolerant! No fun! Can't we have sex tomorrow night?

    Guys, coming from this and growing up around this as a kid there is definitely no glamor in it in any manner.

    What happens over time is that if you are in medicine is that you separate things completely and you pay little to no attention to things unless they are in fact related to the medicine on hand. By the end of the second year you have seen so many penises and vaginal canals that it all becomes one big blurr and you for the most part (and luckily) forget almost all of them. There are good and bad days and the two specialties simply learn to tune out the problems of their professions and concentrate on their families and personal lives when they can.
     
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    My current urologist is a very kind, compassionate, man. He is a regular joe type guy. I only wish I had used him 7 years ago. I wouldn't have been so badly injured, and I wouldn't have been hours from death.
     
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