My wife and I recently visited a physician and experienced the exact scenario you mentioned in your post. I was present in the room though, and my wife didn't show any signs of distress, but did mention she thought the doctor shouldn't be doing a breast exam becase she had just gone to the obgyn recently and they examined her there. I was wondering if you took any action on this. My wife is disappointed in me that I never spoke up and upset over what happened, but I wasn't sure if it was standard procedure or not. Please email me if you have any advice or if you pursued any legal action. ***@**** Thank you and I hope you are doing well.
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