Dating a gynecologist
Before you make any assumptions that I'm a total psycho who stalks her doctors on their private social media accounts, allow me to explain myself.It was Saturday morning, and the guy I had been seeing for a while spent a majority of Friday night in my bedroom.As people of compassion, hard work, and integrity, it’s no surprise that people are always looking to date doctors.There are few more eligible professionals out there, but with such a demanding job and erratic hours dating a doctor comes with its own challenges.They most likely do, and can give you a few names and numbers that you can call.If you’re nervous and feel comfortable doing so, you can ask your general doctor what the appointment will be like and get a few tips.
The good news is that making your first gyno appointment is really not as hard or as intimidating as it may seem. One: you can make an appointment with your regular doctor, talk to him/her, and see if they have any recommendations.So I am 16-years-old and am turning 17 in a few days and I haven’t been to the vagina doctor yet. I remember when I had to make an appointment – I was so freaked out about it that I tried to avoid it for as long as possible until my mom forced me to go. I don’t even know how to make my first gynecologist appointment or if I should tell my mom. Going to the gynecologist for the first time can definitely be intimidating.An online retailer, Pretty Woman Inc, is selling 'Passion Dust intimacy capsules' filled with candy-scented glitter.The product description on the website says: 'It is a small capsule that you insert into your vagina and allow it to naturally dissolve and release it's contents' - with a disclaimer to users that it does not cause any magical or supernatural sensations.