Male Physical Examination Fear Of Office Visit. "Afraid of doctor's annual medical checkup & screening"
Avoiding screening Posted by Peter:
Like many men, I am afraid I will get a rise during my upcoming annual physical medical examination checkup. What I fear even more, however, is that I will produce leaking precum (which happens to me often in various situations and in large quantity). Any advice on how to avoid such terrible doctor's office screening visit embarrassment? Thanks.
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Reluctant doctor office visits physicals Reply by: RichT
Peter, Have no fear! I will get a rise in a few seconds when I look at my wife's body or just touch her breasts.
However, I have had many many physicals over the years and have never had a rise. I think being in a doctor's office has just the opposite effect.
Just the concern is more than enough for it to stay limp. Even when lady assistants are present I've never had a rise.
Now maybe if your female doctor started to rub her breasts across your back, that just might do it.
And then again that is probably what she was after. Trust me, that won't happen (though it's a nice fantasy).
Just relax, everything will be okay. I understand your concern, but not to worry.
P.S. - I'm glad you are having the exam!
Cold doctor exam rooms Reply by: Dee
Rich T, as always love your feedback.
When I go for a female exam the rooms are always so cold, I mean maybe near 65 degrees or so.
All I want to do is get done, get dressed and get warm. Nothing erotic about any kind of exam far I as am concerned.
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Or, they are embarrassed to have a physical examination in someway?