Nudity at the doctor's office?
Curious about people's opinions. Do you prefer being covered up as much as possible at all times, or are you more like me who would rather walk in take my clothes off and be naked for the entire visit? And it's not that I am an exhibitionist, but, for example, I went for X-rays the other day and the tech had me lowering my pants underneath a sheet, which not only seemed like a silly effort, I would also think it makes it a bit more difficult to get the image they want. I want my doctors to work on my body, not my clothes. How would you express that preference without seeming like a wierdo?
Well it's possible that the tech had some issues with other people's nudity and it could have been for their comfort more than yours but...
It's usually too damn cold in the doctor's office to be really comfortable just sitting there nude.
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