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Aug 29, 2009 - 2 comments
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Why Do Men Fear The Urologist



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Why Do Men Fear the Urologist?
by Kristopher Kaiyala for MSN Health & Fitness  (in black)
( counterpoint comments, in RED)
(Well here you will just have to guess what I input... doesn't come in color, sorry)


Duh!
And there you have it in a single guttural sound. For emotionally inarticulate men (that's most of us, in case you're wondering), the single word "duh" may suffice as the unspoken explanation for the fears (Disgust)— legitimate or unfounded — associated with visiting the urologist, a doctor who specializes in examining and treating the medical conditions of the male pelvic region. (where straight men don’t go. DUH!)
In this case, "duh" can be translated, literally or figuratively, as "don't go there." As in: don't go to the urologist if you don't have to (Double DUH!). Don't go down "there" with rubber gloves on. And don't go down that conversational road, unless you expect to be met with squeamish looks or insecure laughter from your male peers (almost sounds like a homosexual challenging straight men, so he can violate straight men via, anal or penile … doesn’t it? ) who will, by the way, beg you to stop talking). (Because talking about those things, are inherent to women and gays… not Straight Males. There is a definite difference… DUH!)
Dr. Martin Resnick, professor and chairperson of the urology department at Case Western University, is keenly aware of this. "In my observation, women can discuss sexuality and sexual health issues much more openly than men (That might be why we are called MEN… not women or gays. DUH!)" So does that mean guys avoid the subject altogether? Not exactly. "Certainly men think about it, but women verbalize it." (But… do women want their men to become women? I’m sure they don’t… feminine problems mandate their acceptance to indignities when it comes to their health… men don’t, and haven’t… DUH!)
You'll rarely hear guys engaged in serious, productive talk about testes (say what?), urethras or prostate glands. Forget it. It just doesn't happen (ain’t Football is it?). There's a reason guys use the word “privates.” (yes it’s less vulgar and it covers the entire scope, of what is not mentionable in polite society… man to man. Ladies...did you really mean to marry another woman, maybe you wanted to marry a gay person? Or did you want a MAN... we are different... even though Urologists think we should all be gays, so we can talk freely about each others PRIVATES! As we flutter about... Double DUH!!)."
Dr. Resnick says that the problem is rooted in that culprit of old: the fragile male ego. "Men are reticent to go to the doctor—any doctor—to begin with (because of the doctor’s incessant need for nudity, I’ll say it again, it’s not what, or how the Doctor sees “IT”, it’s how the Patient sees “IT”, that bothers the straight male patient. DUH!). When you hone it down to the urologist, who is primarily dealing with the genital region, you have a lot of hesitation. (because there is the bewilderment of... “Who would make his livelihood dealing with his same gender’s “PENIS” and “ANUS”? Straight MEN... cannot fathom anyone wanting to touch another man’s sexual organs, or the nasty ***, let alone have their face in that part of another man’s “ANATOMY”… yes it’s that hard to talk about. DUH!)
"And if there is a health problem, it's like an attack on the patient's manliness, on his view of himself as an omnipotent male (or maybe just having/keeping all of one’s parts? DUH!). He feels threatened. A man's image of himself, especially as he gets older, is tied to his sexual health and performance (sounds like the gay urologist's want to castrate all straight males over 50… doesn’t it? You can always do without this one little part… it just affects all the rest of your health and sexual life, but you can get by… "Take out the Urologist’s parts instead"… see how anxious the Urologist is then. DUH!). If he remains sexually virile, perhaps he's not really aging." (perhaps he just doesn't want to be displayed nakedly, to the universe… once all records are digitized … not to separate the Urologist from his fun and profit though. DUH!)
So there's the potentially devastating "bad news" factor, but that's not all. For guys, there's no getting around the thought of the urological physical exam. Certainly any adult male who's seen the movie Fletch(Chevy Chase dryly utters, "Using the whole fist, doc?") has a distorted perception of what happens when the doctor dons the latex glove. But is there really anything to worry about? (I’ve been there, and had nearly all of the violations… DRE’s, Cystoscopy, Endoscopy… including the dreaded Colonoscopy… so this man is shooting from his anus! DUH!)
"It is one of the most commonly cited fears (Fears? They give them selves too much credit)," corroborates Dr. William F. Gee, health policy chair at the American Urological Society. (again it’s not fear, it DISGUST) However, Dr. Gee says that the rectal exam (typically done using a finger or ultrasound probe) is "a brief and essential component of a urologic exam in an adult male, and especially in the older male." Rectal exams are typically used to test for nodules or abnormalities on the prostate gland, which may indicate cancer. Dr. Gee says that it's unusual to feel much pain from the procedure. (It still violates the man’s perception, of MAN… I’ve had DRE’s from both male and female doctors… I’ll promise you, the female not only did a better job… it was more tolerable… female to male. It’s possibly the major issue to a lot of straight MEN. DUH!)

Perhaps even more alarming to men is urethral catheterization, or the passing of a rubber tube through the opening of the penis (starting to panic yet?... "Is that your life’s mission?"), up the urethra, through the prostate and into the bladder to test for residual urine. However, Dr. Gee notes that this procedure is not as commonly performed today (whew!). (Had a Cystoscopy as well, bleeding from my bladder… It is not a pretty sight! The Urologist kept telling me, over and over, not to get an erection… I’m sure he thought he was being humorous, or cute… IT OFFENDED ME to the point, I had to tell him… “I don’t get hardons for men!” DUH!)
"Instead," Gee points out, "we use an ultrasound procedure very similar to the one used on pregnant women." A lubricating jelly is placed on the lower abdomen and an ultrasound probe is moved over the examination area to look for existence of residual urine. Should catheterization be necessary, adds Dr. Gee, an anesthetic lubricating jelly is usually injected into the urethra ahead of time to diminish discomfort. (Here we go again, male hands, holding and poking things into another man’s Penis, it’s the homosexual perception from the "mind’s eye" of the straight male patient. Straight men won’t talk about it, they for sure wouldn’t do it… DUH!)
Then there's the male vasectomy, an outpatient surgical procedure that many couples turn to for birth control (yep, and I had that one done as well… guess why I have a HARD time going to UROLOGISTS… BEEN THERE!). Though the procedure itself may sound uncomfortable—for a whole host of reasons—the vasectomy is actually quite minor by urology standards (if that’s considered minor… Hate to feel what’s next, that needle they poked into my Testicles HURT, all the way into my abdomen, like falling from your bicycle pedal, onto the cross bar… only for a few seconds, but not painless, as Urologists will let you believe). Most vasectomies don't even fall into the "going under the knife" category. Urologists often use a special instrument to "poke" a hole in the skin and spread it open, rather than cutting it with a scalpel. This technique usually heals faster than traditional cutting. (Gosh… I’ve been poked by Ice picks… I guarantee it hurts, and that wasn’t in as sensitive an area, and it was by accident… not suffering, waiting for the Dr to “stab” him. DUH!)
Dr. Gee says that patients typically recover from vasectomies in a week or less. Many even return to work the next day. The entire event is relatively quick and painless. (Quick, NOT painless)
In addition, urologists perform lots of other clinical and surgical procedures that are vital to maintaining optimum sexual and physical health. (They also perform procedures that END A MAN’S LIFE… sexually… sometimes by the SLIP of a knife. DUH!)

So once and for all, Bub, (BUB?) get it into your head: the urologist is your friend (not mine!). And if you're still feeling anxious or flat-out scared (they still don’t get it… it’s not fear… it’s NAKED DISGUST), remember this overriding principle: they’ve literally seen it all. (It’s not what or how they see “IT ALL” it’s  how “I see IT” that bother’s ME… and a lot of other STRAIGHT Men! And if they are all knowing, all seeing… why can’t they understand the Straight Male’s Avoidance?)
You're in good hands, so to speak. (Not until Urologists figure out how to take the homosexual image out of their profession.)



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Franky21
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Sunday, July 26, 2009 9:36:32 AM
Men fear urologist when he goes first time to him. I know, believe me. Like all womens who have visited gynecologist for the first time. It is normal



fracturedspoon
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Sunday, July 26, 2009 9:42:34 AM
ONCE again, the medical establishment has the reasons for Straight Male avoidance, all wrong! IT's the exposure and being "fondled" by a same gender person (fondling is in the mind's eye of the "beheld" not the "beholder", the patient, not the doctor).  

Doctor or not... in these days of promiscuity, and homosexuals rampant upon today's society..., Straight Males can ill afford to be fondled, by the sickness of homosexuality .  

And then, there is the mind's eye... Most Straight Men don't strip naked, for men (nor stand naked before other men).

Straight men don't stick fingers... or other objects into other men's rectums, or tickle other men's colons, or massage their prostates... Or handle, by whatever terminology the doctor wishes to utilize... another man's "PENIS"... all this is HOMOSEXUAL in application.

So... until you can get the nasty out of the urological exam... straight males are going to avoid UROLOGISTS... till the fatal moment, when it's do, or die.

I'm writing this because, I have to go see one, and I dread the thought of a man..."palpating" my PRIVATES.

No matter what Doctors think they know, they sure don't know the male psyche, or they would understand the reasons WHY!

Only one fact remains, Doctors are trying to EMBARRASS men to come in, be "FONDLED", anally violated, and be more thoroughly embarrassed.

Of course, the obvious reason that these Urologists want more MEN to come in... Simply, so they can make more money... and Urologists are definitely... NOT MY FRIENDS.

AND... just why, are there so few Urologists, that are women...  

Why only men? Must be a reason for this.  I'd use a Urologist that is a Natural Born Woman... not to strip naked and be touched by a woman... rather… not to strip naked and be touched by another male.

Now... there is about enough explanation, which even an Urologist can understand.









An opinion I wrote for another site;  “Medical News Today”
fracturedspoon
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Sunday, July 26, 2009 9:42:34 AM
ONCE again, the medical establishment has the reasons for Straight Male avoidance, all wrong! IT's the NAKED exposure and being "fondled" by a same gender person (fondling is in the mind's eye of the "beheld" not the "beholder", the patient, not the doctor).  

Doctor or not... in these days of promiscuity, and homosexuals rampant upon today's society..., Straight Males can ill afford to be fondled, by the sickness of homosexuality .  

And then, there is the "mind's eye"... Most Straight Men don't strip naked, for men (nor stand naked before other men).

Straight men don't stick fingers... or other objects into other men's rectums, or "tickle other men's colons", or massage their prostates... Or handle, by whatever terminology the doctor wishes to utilize... another man's "PENIS"... all this is HOMOSEXUAL in application.

So... until you can get the "nasty" out of the urological exam... straight males are going to avoid UROLOGISTS... till the fatal moment, when it's do, or die.
Lying naked in a hospital, having a group of people present, as another man shoves a cable up one's anus, is not the straight male's idea of a good time... Make it like on TV in "Prime Time" at the very least, covered completely, with only that "access hole" exposed, and keep dignity for the patient "foremost" in the proceedure, and MAYBE you'll have more takers! And NO EXTERNAL PHOTOS like they took of mine, splayed naked like a male prostitute in a gay brothel... I'll never return for another! There is nothing about the internal colon, nor the prostate that can be photographed externally! The commom man (you are trying to convince, to allow you this access)... is not a porn star, and with today's threats of digitized medical records... another extremely valid reason, for urologist avoidance... like Identity theft and financial records theft... the homosexual porn industry is foaming at the bit... waiting for the chanced to expose millions of straight male backsides.
You cannot protect anything, available on computers!

I'm writing this because, I now have to go see a urologist, and I dread the thought of a man..."palpating" my PRIVATES.

No matter what Doctors think they know, they sure don't know the male psyche, or they would understand the reasons WHY... straight men avoid this profession... like the black plague... and it's not fear... it's disgust!

Only one fact remains, Doctors are trying to EMBARRASS men to come in, be "FONDLED", anally violated, and be more thoroughly embarrassed.

Of course, the obvious reason that these Urologists want more MEN to come in... Simply, so they can make more money... and Urologists are definitely... NOT MY FRIENDS.

AND... just why, are there so few Urologists, that are women...  

Why only men? Must be a reason for this.  I'd use a Urologist that is a Natural Born Woman... not to strip naked and be touched by a woman... rather… not to strip naked and be touched by another male.

Now... there is about enough explanation, which even an Urologist can understand.




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by spr_raj, Apr 29, 2012
Duh!!!!

is indeed I will say to this post written by some one who is speaking on behalf of all men in this world. How small is your ego I am wondering??



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by spr_raj, Apr 29, 2012
First of all let me ask you, really what kind of man will start a post with the word, Duh!!

you may say, well a closeted homosexual guy, who is finding it difficult to deal with his sexuality and want to be seen by others as straight and in order to achieve this impossible objective he starts all his conversations with the word Duh!!

A single guttural sound can express sexual pleasure but I doubt it very much that it can explain why some men are scared of going to a urologist. What I can't even begin to understand is how you can speak on behalf on all the men of this world or at least as you claim for most of them. Doing so is one thing but then you will go on an insult all these people by claiming they are all emotionally inarticulate. I think most men in today's modern world will consider them emotionally expressive and emotionally balanced.

Trying to mix the feeling of fear of a urologist and (in your own words) "Disgust for a urologist" obviously point to a hidden agenda of yours to either tarnish all the good work these doctor's are doing to help other human beings or you have as you admitted in your post some very serious emotional (probably founded in your childhood) problems.

For your information the difference between men who talk and who don't about important health issues is difference of IQ level. An intelligent human being does things which he or she might not like for the sake of better outcome. I am sure you don't like and are afraid of triple bypass surgery as well, but when you don't have choice - you have to go through it.

For some one claiming to be so straight and narrow minded you seem to have a lot of knowledge about what women do and more so what gays do (of course they are not gay men, as calling them gay men would hurt your ego as they will be more like men, and not women as you claim them to be). I wonder if you have learnt all this from your personal experience.

If just talking about health issues will make you a women or even worse "gays" you are better off not even thinking about it as that might also increase your desire for male sexual organs. Beware!!!!

My God how many times you have use the word "DUH" and how often you have said that "gays" talk a lot, like their sexual organs tested, are like women, they flutter about and talk about their privates, women who want their husbands to have higher IQ should have married gays. - you must be a very homophobic and hopeless husband to your wife. To come up with so many insults for women and "gays" as you call gay men, you have to be topnotch homophobic and sexist.

You say that you don't have any ego but you still claim to speak for all the straight men of this world. I rest my case.

I am not sure how it works in your country (as I haven't been to Iran or Saudi Arabia) but guess what, in developed world doctors don't pick their patients on basis of gender, caste, religion, sexuality or colour of skin. It might shock you and surprise you but in developed countries like USA, Europe, Australia etc Doctors will have to treat and cure patients of both sexes. So your this argument -

... “Who would make his livelihood dealing with his same gender’s “PENIS” and “ANUS”? Straight MEN... cannot fathom anyone wanting to touch another man’s sexual organs, or the nasty ***, let alone have their face in that part of another man’s “ANATOMY”… yes it’s that hard to talk about. DUH!"

is completely bogus and pointless. What you are not thinking is that the Doctor who will give colonoscopy to a male patient will also do that to a female patient. So let's run with your presumption and insult of all the urologists of this world - you claim that they are gay, and enjoy the process of colonoscopy. Well what happens when a lady patient is treated by these doctors, according to you they should all die with disappointment and shock whey they perform first colonoscopy on a lady patient. If we still continue with your most stupid, silly, racist and insulting idea for one more minute - and appoint only women as urologists - can you please advice me where will your wife or mother go for a colonoscopy as according to you - they would obviously not want a women to touch their sexual organs. Oh wait a second given your extremist religious beliefs and upbringing in a conservative third world country you probably have double standards for your female family members and want them to go to lady urologists (even if they are lesbians - they have to be according to your hypothesis) so that their privates are not touched and fondled by a man.

I can't even understand the logic of this statement of yours -

"(sounds like the gay urologist's want to castrate all straight males over 50… doesn’t it? You can always do without this one little part… it just affects all the rest of your health and sexual life, but you can get by… "Take out the Urologist’s parts instead"… see how anxious the Urologist is then. DUH!)."

Why would a urologist want to chop your penis dude. You have got serious mental problems. I don't think any urologist can help you. Not even if he is gay. I think you need psychological help. If the urologist is gay and interested in your penis don't you think he would like it to be working ;)

For some one who knows that all the urologist are gay and want to fondle with your penis or your arse (in your own words) you seem to have been to a lot of exams and you call them violations like you were forced to go or even you were probably kidnapped and all these procedures were performed on you without your will. I doubt that so it's reasonable to assume you wanted to be violated or fondled as you call it. My question is Why?? DUH!!!!

"(I’ve been there, and had nearly all of the violations… DRE’s, Cystoscopy, Endoscopy… including the dreaded Colonoscopy… so this man is shooting from his anus! DUH!) "

"The Urologist kept telling me, over and over, not to get an erection… I’m sure he thought he was being humorous, or cute… IT OFFENDED ME to the point, I had to tell him… “I don’t get hardons for men!” DUH!"

Do you think he might be telling you not to get an erection as you were getting one.

"Then there's the male vasectomy, an outpatient surgical procedure that many couples turn to for birth control (yep, and I had that one done as well… guess why I have a HARD time going to UROLOGISTS… BEEN THERE!)."

If you really had such a hard time how did you mange to get there so often. You obviously like it and now have a guilty conscious about it. Look if you like this kind of thing why don't you just keep it to yourself.


"In addition, urologists perform lots of other clinical and surgical procedures that are vital to maintaining optimum sexual and physical health. (They also perform procedures that END A MAN’S LIFE… sexually… sometimes by the SLIP of a knife. DUH!"

Exactly the reason you should respect what they do. And if you have experience that slip and can't get it on any more you must talk about that with your psychologist as well.


"ONCE again, the medical establishment has the reasons for Straight Male avoidance, all wrong! IT's the exposure and being "fondled" by a same gender person (fondling is in the mind's eye of the "beheld" not the "beholder", the patient, not the doctor)."

In all developed countries you have the right to choose the specialist you want to go to and you can always choose a female urologist. So stop whining and whinging about it.

"Doctor or not... in these days of promiscuity, and homosexuals rampant upon today's society..., Straight Males can ill afford to be fondled, by the sickness of homosexuality."

These days of promiscuity - please are you still in 16th Century?? People have the choice to be promiscuous if they choose to, who are you to be the moral inspector of this society. I won't even address your comment about homosexuality as you are obviously a closeted gay guy and are just trying to deny it by playing the role of a homophobic. Let me just tell you it's not a sickness and probably you have had a gay grandfather or mother, it's just genetic, you can't fight it and you can't change it, so live with it.

"Straight men don't stick fingers... or other objects into other men's rectums, or tickle other men's colons, or massage their prostates... Or handle, by whatever terminology the doctor wishes to utilize... another man's "PENIS"... all this is HOMOSEXUAL in application."

Straight men don't talk about these things either. In real life or on Internet forums. So if you have typed it all yourself you are probably not straight :)

"No matter what Doctors think they know, they sure don't know the male psyche, or they would understand the reasons WHY!"

You said they are mostly men, so why wouldn't they understand the male psyche??

"Of course, the obvious reason that these Urologists want more MEN to come in... Simply, so they can make more money... and Urologists are definitely... NOT MY FRIENDS."

If as you said they are all homosexuals and enjoy playing with your penis and arse, don't you think you can ask them to pay you for doing so. That way you can save the money you are so much worried about.

"Why only men? Must be a reason for this.  I'd use a Urologist that is a Natural Born Woman... not to strip naked and be touched by a woman... rather… not to strip naked and be touched by another male."

A natural Born Woman as compared to what - one grown by machines in the fields of human beings in Matrix One. Ha ha ha

"Now... there is about enough explanation, which even an Urologist can understand."

Calling this racist, homophobic, male chauvinistic blurb an explanation is an insult to the word explanation. All you have explained so far is that you are not a natural born man. There is something wrong with you and you need serious psychological examination. ASAP.


An opinion I wrote for another site;  “Medical News Today”
fracturedspoon

"Lying naked in a hospital, having a group of people present, as another man shoves a cable up one's anus, is not the straight male's idea of a good time... Make it like on TV in "Prime Time" at the very least, covered completely, with only that "access hole" exposed, and keep dignity for the patient "foremost" in the proceedure, and MAYBE you'll have more takers! And NO EXTERNAL PHOTOS like they took of mine, splayed naked like a male prostitute in a gay brothel... I'll never return for another! There is nothing about the internal colon, nor the prostate that can be photographed externally! The commom man (you are trying to convince, to allow you this access)... is not a porn star, and with today's threats of digitized medical records... another extremely valid reason, for urologist avoidance... like Identity theft and financial records theft... the homosexual porn industry is foaming at the bit... waiting for the chanced to expose millions of straight male backsides."

Ha ha ha. One question -  how do you know a splayed naked male prostitute would look like in a gay brothel. You have obviously visited them frequently. Porn industry foaming to see your backside. Ha ha ha who are you Brad Pitt????
You are probably a boring, straight man, with beer belly and awfully ugly arse, not to mention poor hygiene and awful BO.
Don't put such a high ticket on your arse man. No body want to see your privates, they are most likely not even attractive any way so relax and go for your exam without worrying that every urologist will fancy you just because they are gay and you are a man. Gay man usually have high standards and given your rant here they would probably overlook you the minute you open your mouth. My final advice to you is to stay in the country you are in, whether it's Iran or Saudi Arabia. Please don't travel to developed western countries as you might be considered an Outcast for all the right reasons.

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