I was experiencing lower abdominal pains and I scheduled an appointment with my doctor. I found out he had retired so I made an appointment with the doctor who took over his practice. The doctor who took over the practice is female. I was waiting I the exam room for the doctor feeling a little anxious since I had never been examined by a woman. She came in and I told her about my stomach pains. She gave me the standard examination as well as checking my lower abdomen. The last thing she did was the hernia check. She asked me take off my pants. I dropped my pants and just stood there because I wasn’t sure she wanted me to pull down my underwear. After a few seconds of her staring down at my crotch she got down on one knee and attempted to perform the hernia check though the leg opening in my underwear. When she realized that wasn’t going to work , she put her hands on the waistband of my underwear and slowly started to pull them down. This made me feel a little uncomfortable so I quickly pulled down my underwear exposing my erect penis to her. My erection was only inches from her face and what made it even more embarrassing is that my penis is only 4” fully erect. She then performed the hernia check (turn and cough, turn and cough). I was afraid to look down. When she finished, I quickly pulled up my pants and noticed that she was looking at my erect penis. She started to write on my chart and ask me some additional questions. I guess I was still a little freaked about her seeing my erection because I was standing up instead of sitting down on the exam table. She must have noticed because she told me I could sit down. When it was time for me to leave the exam room, I thanked her and she looked me right in the eye and smirked and smiled. I guess that was just a little parting reminder that she saw my little erect penis.
I am a doctor myself, a 39 years old male, employed in a hospital. Regulations impose a regular medical check-up once a year on all members of the medical personnel, including doctors and nurses. Examinations are always thorough to protect public health. Previously, I have had to complete some tests including blood count, blood lipids, urine, HIV and HCV testing as well as ECG, ECHO and chest X-ray. I appeared in the occupational physician office on scheduled time, at 7.30 in the morning. The doctor was a tall, very attractive woman in her early thirties, dressed in a white above-the-knee tunic, nude ultra-sheer stockings with open toe sandals. Her toes and fingers were polished in bright red. Her leg were perfectly shaped and skin smooth. The day was warm, apparently she had nothing under her tunic except of white sport bra and a thong. Her body was well toned, clearly she used to spend her free time in a gym. She smiled, shook my hand and took detailed medical history. Then I was given a paper gown and a single use g-string and told to change behind a curtain. Though I was a medical professional, I was always a bit embarrassed being a patient myself. Then I was weighed and measured (BMI), my blood pressure and pulse were taken. The doctor examined my head and neck, oral cavity, teeth, thyroid gland and palpated for major lymph nodes, including underarms. My armpits were dry and clean, as I have previously performed laser hair removal. Then she listened to my lungs and heart and palpated abdomen. Finally she asked me to disrobe entirely and to stand at the end of the exam table with feet about shoulder width. She put on blue latex gloves saying “ I will examine your penis, scrotum, and testes”. She gently grasped shaft of my penis and inspected glans for any abnormalities and hygiene. I was circumcised high and tight with a well defined scar, thus my penis was in perfect condition. “I advice all men to be cut in this way. It's very aesthetic and prevents from masturbation” she said while examining my genitals. The doctor was sitting before me on a rolling stool, as her stockinged red toes were close to my bare feet. I was not surprised when my member started to grow. “Don't worry, it's a natural response. Forget, you're a doctor here, You're just a healthy male” she assured moving to my scrotum and examined all sides of the sac, lifted it up to visually inspect the posterior side and examined the scrotal sac by rolling the skin between the fingers of one or both hands. Then she said: "I am going to examine your anus, rectum, and the prostate. I will be inserting my finger into the rectum. You should feel some pressure, but if you feel any other discomfort; please let me know. " I bent over with arms resting on table, feet slightly separated, and one slightly flexed. She generously lubricated the index finger of the gloved dominant hand with lubricant, separated my buttocks with two hands and visually inspected the area for lesions, rashes, fissures and hemorrhoids. She placed her index finger at the anal opening. "To make the insertion of my finger into the rectum more comfortable, please bear down as though you were going to have a bowel movement. You will only feel pressure " she instructed and applied gentle pressure and slowly inserted finger in downward angle towards umbilicus allowing a few seconds for the external and internal sphincter to relax. The doctor evaluated the tone of the sphincter muscles and rotated finger 360° to evaluate anal sphincter muscle ring. I was hard as a rock in this time, but she didn't pay any attention. To examine the prostate, she positioned finger palmar surface down and palpated in a circular motion to increase ability to identify the lobes and groove. Prostate massage resulted with massive leakage of pre-seminal fluid, she collected into a tube. She didn't stop tu rub my gland, all my muscles tensed and I was not far from ejaculation. Fortunately, the exam was over. I wiped myself with a paper towel and dressed up. “Your health and physiological reactions are perfect. Fit to work hard” she concluded.
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