Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Your Cock, Your Health

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A comment left by blogger buddy O!Daddie (Smokey & Me), on Friday's post, Boner Joy, prompts this one.
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His Primary Care Physician (PCP) for the last four years has been a woman. Which is all well and good; there's nothing wrong with having a woman doctor. In fact, I see a woman for my primary care as well. I have no issues in discussing - or allowing a woman to examine my dick or balls.
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But, here's the thing. Any PCP - male or female - should at least inquire if things are functioning properly and to your satisfaction. If they don't, they are relying on you to mention it. And you should do so.
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The inability to get a good boner, a weakness of your stream when you piss, the inability to shoot a load of jizz can be an indicator of many different illnesses. If your doctor is trying to diagnose an illness and you have any of those issues, if you withhold that information it makes their job more difficult.
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9 out of 10 times they won't even need you to drop trou. A vast majority of men are very uncomfortable with a female doctor examining the "package." Female physicians know that. There's also the (sad) fact we live in a very litigious society. If you've got issues that absolutely need to be visibly inspected, she will either, A. Call in a male Physician's Assistant (PA), male nurse, or B. Refer you to to a male urologist.
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And, seriously, guys, whether you're seen by a woman
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 or a man
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 Despite fantasy porn, there's very little chance you'll pop a boner. 
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The last time I went to Urgent Care, the doc was a woman. Even though my major symptoms were flu-like, there were odd things going on with my cock. There was no doubt she needed to take a look, not in my mind or hers. She called in a male PA and they examined me together. He up close and personal, lifting and tugging on my cock, twisting it around to see the underside of the shaft. She stood nearby and bent down to look only once when he told her to. It's a damn good thing they did. What I had would've (at the very least) put me into the hospital in critical condition within a week, or (at worst) could have killed me. Seriously.
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Those dangling bits are important, not only for your sexual pleasure and satisfaction but as indicators of a vast variety of health issues.
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Stomp your fears into oblivion, guys. If your doctor - man or woman - doesn't ask, freely offer the information. As happened in my case, it could save your life.




7 comments:

Xersex said...

very interesting post.
during my teenage. I began with porn for eterosex. but now it looks so strange seeing a woman for porn ...

thanks for your comment here:

http://menforxersex.blogspot.it/2014/11/happy-birthday-seth-kuhlmann.html

obviously not all models pose naked (I mean frontal) but when it happens I'm so happy! Seth is not gay!

Your French Patrick said...

Nothing prevent a model from to pose naked and to be a catwalk model. That depends only upon if he wants or not, and the most part doesn't want. Few of them have even made porn before and catwalk model after.

So much to do to preserve our hardons, and when we have one what do we do? Nothing else than what is necessary to lose our woody. Right?

Wishing yreat day , my dear friend, with a lot of bisous.

O!Daddie now at http:odaddie.tumblr.com/ said...

Thanks for the plug !! There's a really HOT male PA at the practice and I'll ask that he examine my junk and report his findings to my PCP!! ☺☺☺

AOM said...

An excellent and most important post. Thank you for encouraging all of us to make sure all things get checked out. Wishing you a jizzlicious day, bro! Hugs and Strokes, AOM

whkattk said...

@ O!Daddie - That's what I'm talking about - that you find a way to ensure it gets checked and discussed openly with a medical professional. Now you've made me feel better that you'll get it done.

Mark Greene said...

#1 and # 8 are my favorites. Though the fantasy of popping wood in front of my doctor is highly unlikely.

Mark
The Male Casting Couch

SickoRicko said...

Both my primary care and HIV doc are women; no problem talking about my junk with either one.