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Guys, would you rather have a prostate exam....
Guys, would you rather have a prostate exam by a male doctor or a female doctor? If they are heterosexual? It they are homosexual?
If my worry would be of having prostate cancer I think I would not really care about the sex or the sexual orientation of the doctor, unless he seemed to be "enjoying" the "check-up" a little too much.
I would rather have one by a male doctor regardless of his orientation. His orientation wouldn't bother me unless I was planning on dating him and since I am straight, that isn't the case.
I would think any doctor wouldn't risk his license "liking" the exam too much so I would just choose not to care about his preference.
Having been through several digital rectal examinations of the prostate I can tell you first hand ( no pun intended). When you are scared half to death you might have cancer you don't care who the heck does the exam. The only important thing is what they find.
A woman doctor was my preference.
The reason has nothing to see with the sex or sexual orientation.
A woman's hands and subsequently her fingers are smaller than most male doctors. This is particularly important in your first year of digital testing.
In support of male doctors, I found that experience is important. A male surgeon was the quickest, easiest and the last as I elected to go for radical prostate surgery.
Annual checkups with the family doctor will now be a bit shorter and less uncomfortable.
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