Male exam by female - Doctor answers
Why when getting a vaginal exam (male or female dr.) done do I get sexually aroused? I have to try and stop myself from orgasm. Is this normal?
Attention: If you feel comfortable discussing such things with the dr., tell them of your distress. Bringing it to light may have it lessen or go away altogether under those circumstances. Yes, it is normal for some people, both men and women, of your age to experience this. It is part of the sexual instinct, but can be alarming in a clinical setting. ...Read more
When getting a yearly physical exam is it better to have a male dr perform the exam & female dr for a female? What exam is needed when your 45 male?
Doesn't matter: The gender of the physician and patient do not have to be matched to have a quality annual exam. If pub feel more comfortable with one over another, that's ok, and you can choose your doctor accordingly. Best to keep the same doctor over the years and develop a good relationship. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Good question: Men do not much pelvic content as their organs of reproduction are external. The prostate gland, which only males have, is behind the lining of the pelvis, and can and should be examined rectally in men. ...Read more
Will a male doc leave the room for a female physical exam, scared to go get one done have sores on my vagina if he does not leave can I ask him to?
It is time: You have a medical problem that requires an examination. You need this examination to get better. You are 46 years old. It is time to be an adult and have your exam. If you think for one moment that the doctor, male or female, will have any inappropriate thoughts about your skin then you are mistaken. We see skin every single day of our lives. It is skin and it must be examined. Go to the doctor! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: And vice versa. It depends on who you go to. ...Read more
I'm going to my dermatologist to seek treatment for jock itch. I'm male she is female. I'm nervous. Will she need to see my penis during the exam?
It will be there:
She has seen many penises before, it may be a big deal for you but is just another piece of meat to her. Get over it. You are going to her as a patient, not a sex object.
Wish you good health.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Can an ob/gyn doctor male or female have a female or a male patient to masterbate during the exam for testings etc?
Inappropriate: It would be very inappropriate and quite odd (in most cases) to have a patient masturbate as part of an exam. ...Read more
Male having first physical from female physician. Clothes to remove? Genital, prostate, or rectal exams? Just concerned with embarrassment.
It is a professional: The female doctors have the same professional training as a male doctor. It may be the first time for you to be examined by a female doctor but that female doctor has examined many male patients in her carrier. You will be having professional medical examination, not a social visit. It is the same thing when a female patient goes to a male doctor. Please rest assure you will overcome your fear ...Read more
No. But chaperone!!: Male and female doctors, physician's assistants, and nurse practitioners should at all times be accompanied by a chaperone of the same sex as the patient when doing examinations. This not only makes the patient more comfortable, but protects the practitioner from false accusations of inappropriate sexual contact or inappropriate discussion. ...Read more
As a pretty healthy and active 35 year old male, how often should I have a comprehensive physical exam?
No definite answer: You ask a great question. There actually is no research to guide us on this question - only opinions. Mine is that every year or so makes sense, mostly to stay up-to-date on new developments in cancer screening, healthy lifestyle behaviors, and recommended vaccinations. All of these are updated on a continual basis. A good resource is an iphone app called my health checklist (2012 version coming). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have never had male physical exam, should I get one at my age of 20 or not worry about it? And does insurance cover it if I get one just to do it?
Physical? Good idea: A physical is a good idea at any age. At 20 it will be directed by your family history (diseases at earlier ages than normal), and behaviors that may affect your health (smoking and sexual behavior.) blood work, and other tests will be determined by these factors. With regards to coverage, more and more companies are seeing the value of these exams, but it would be wise to check with them. ...Read more
Talk to your: Doctor and let him know you are nervous. Commonly, when I auscultate female patients they should be without bra, cover by gown with a female nurse present. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the reason for the exam. Younger patients are less likely to have prostate difficulties, so in this regard it may be unusual. However, if the patient has a family history or symptomatic complaints that raise the physician's index of suspicion, a digital rectal exam may be performed. Http://www. Uspreventiveservicestaskforce. Org/prostatecancerscreening. Htm ...Read more
It's advisable: It depends on what the reason for your hysterectomy was. Generally speaking, if you are hpv negative and your pap smears have always been negative, your risk for developing new hpv related disease in your 50's is low. An annual exam is advisable to evaluate many different things among them vaginal health, bladder and rectal support, breast exams, etc... So... Although a pap may not be necessary, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am a 55 year old male who recently had his first prostate exam......how often should I have another?
If you have no symptoms, let your doctor decide on the frequency. It does not need to be more frequent than once a year.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more