By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I am very angry about this experience and my wife is still somewhat distressed. I know you can find a lawyer for just about anything these days, but I think that even THEY have their limits. He also exposed me completely in front of a student female nurse when it was unnecessary and appeared to be flirting and sharing a joke with her at my expense. I suspect that they exagerate the permanance to avoid hoards of men looking for temporary measures. It was loose, but felt heavy and tight all at the same time.
It only took him maybe 10 - 15 seconds to completely shave all my balls. The nurse might have considered that and asked the family's permission. She explained what we were looking at. I got shaved too - after going to sleep. I had portions of fairly thick chest hair shaved with talc powder for a 12 lead EKG.
I was still struggling with it when the PA knocked, and when I said "Please help me with this" she opened the exam room door and immediately gave an exhibition of me nearly naked to several people who were standing at the desk talking to the receptionist. He swore and went hunting for it… Luckily he found it and was able to tie it up correctly. Once the doctor finally checked he ordered a STAT testicular ultrasound. Nobody ever found out what the cause of his mystery illness was. They also suggest you wear your dressing gown. The result was a narrow strip of pubic hair left just above my penis.
I was knocked out before they did it, so it was a little weird waking up and eventually making that discovery. It turned out I needed a hysterectomy. My husband finally convinced me to see a doctor when my problems became severe. Well, my question cannot get any clearer than that. Before making the appointment with the female gynecological surgeon, I checked with the receptionist to make sure that the doctor had an all female practice. I entered the room where they prep you with 4 women. Both in her office and on that day I was very specific that I did not want any students or residents present, partly for modestly, but also because I was concerned about errors.