Have any of you ever been to a woman urologist? I might have to have my prostate checked out I have only found one in my city. She is in a large group of men docs I bet they wont let me see her.
Over the years, I have been seen by three (3) different female urologists. Currently seeing a male doctor. The female doctors would have me undress completely, and examine me while lying on an exam table. Male doc has me drop my pants for a quick exam. Females do a better job in my opinion.
The only urologist i have ever been to was female and i would not have it any other way.
That's pretty much what I meant to say Al, thanks for the clarification!
Not sure I understand your final point, Ladydocisin, but I happen to know it is increasingly common for women to become urologists. I know two of them personally, and a different one professionally (i.e., she is my urologist) and all three are under 40. What I have learned from the two I know personally is that in part they got into the field because as you said they like men's anatomies and penises in general. (And there is a shortage of urologists generally and specifically of female urologists, they learned.) As simple as that!
You don't tell us much about yourself in your profile but I'm going to assume that you are not from an English-speaking country. That's great, we are a multi-cultural group and getting more so every day. The diversity makes for great learning experiences.
I must say that your thoughts about females in the specialty of urology are a little bit disturbing to me. You say that females can't be good urologists. That's a little like saying that males can't be good gynecologists or obstetricians. Just because we're not equipped the same way doesn't mean we can't gain the knowledge and have the instinctive empathy necessary to treat the other gender.
Personally speaking, if I had gone into human medicine as a profession, I would have chosen urology as a specialty. I love the male form and the way that your bodies function. I am fascinated by the fact that one organ (the penis) can carry on two such vital tasks. And certainly women can carry on a clinical discussion about the male form and function, we do it all the time here on the forum. We, as humans, can develop the skills necessary to treat the opposite sex, and women have always been graced with the ability to care for and heal.
Perhaps it's not common for a female to specialize in urology but I think it will become more frequent as medical schools graduate fewer and fewer students overall.
Just my thoughts,
I think women cannot be good urologist by default because they cannot approach to this speciality without prejudice. Penis was in all times a favorite toy so they're passionate about it and not impartial as it should be concerning any profession- cold head and critique thinking. For example, what do they discuss mostly when gathered together? And there it's so hard not to prefer some. It's a rather blood thing. I would only trust It to male urologist.
I have not but the nurses always are. I have had one wash my penis before a semen analysis. Loved it. It got hard in her hands, you should have seen the smile on her face. As I left all the nurses gave me a big smile. I'm sure the first one told them about my gorgeous cock.
I have read many stories about guys being humiliated about their very small members. Not me, I've had girls tell me my dick was a large as they have ever seen. One said it was "Humongous!" I love to show women my beautiful cock. The best way to get laid is just to pull it out and show it to them. Funny thing, I never thought it was that big. Depending on how hard I am it's between seven and eight inches. The prettier the girl the bigger my cock gets to be.
Six inches must not be average, maybe more like four.
Anyway, I don't get humilated I stand proud.
I can only find one in my blue cross PPO insurance website and that is most of the doctors in the area I live in. The one is a in a large clinic with at least 15 other male urologist's. I ended up going to my regular doctor and she did a PSA test said it was fine. She did a poor exam like poking a door bell when she checked it. I don't think the urologist will see me without a referral even though my insurance doesn't require referrals.
My urologist is a woman. It's not very usual to find women working at this here in my country. I use to choose a woman for every medical need i have, cos i feel more comfortable with them than with a male doctor.And about abou having an erection during examination, didn't happen with my urologoist, but one time i went to an emergency cos i had a very bad pain in my testicles and the doctor was a woman... Despite of my pain, when she started the exam, i had an erection.I was very nervous but she didn't seem to give a damn about that.., I think it's not a big deal for them doctors.
That's funny -- I know three woman urologists, all in New England, one my own and one the relative of a close woman friend. Someplace I have read that the number is growing rather quickly. In general, urology provides a surgical career without being on call all the time. For the most part, that is, it allows for regular office hours and thus a much easier way to be a doctor and raise a family. Of the roughly 150 urologists listed in the Boston area, almost 15 are women, or about 10%.
Does anyone here realize how few female urologists there are? I would estimate it is less than 1% of U. S. urologists. In the seven county area I used to cover in my work, there are approximately 200 urologists. None of them are female.
geeser34, I have often had the experience of being examined by a woman -- nurse or doctor -- whom I did not know, that is who had never worked on me before, and gotten a full erection. Although it happens sometimes with female clinicians I am familiar with, it always happens with a "new" nurse or female doctor. Years ago I got embarrassed by it, but now I take it in stride, but what I always wonder is what the nurse or doctor really thinks. Like your experience, it seems to me that when I am "new" to them (as they are "new" to me) they pay more attention to me and to my erection. Like your experience I have found nurses in particular just staring at my erection the whole time. I can never quite decide if I like that or not (though usually I do), and especially what it is they are thinking and how they are reacting. My guess is that if I asked I would be told something like 'seen one, seen them all' or 'perfectly natural' or something bland like that. But I wonder if that is so, why do they stare so?
I went to a female urologist when I had my vasectomy done. At the first visit, she had me pull my pants and underwear down so she could feel the cords and examine my testicles. The next appointment was the actual vasectomy. The female nurse had me undress from the waist down and lay on the table. She never left the room and I got a huge erection. When the doctor came in she simply said don't worry about that, its perfectly normal. Throughout the procedure, the nurse was just staring at my genitals. I was looking right at her and she never broke her stare. I later found out that she was a fill-in nurse and had never seen that procedure before.
Yes, I have been to a woman urologist. It wasn't that big deal. Checking prostate is quite routine thing they do, even to just make sure it's OK.
I have..when I needed to be examined after having the fore-skin removed
I was in the middle of a cystoscopy when the urologist called one of his partners in for a consult. It happened to be a female. Given the circumstances, I can't say that it was a necessarily pleasurable visit. My former wife had a female urologist operate on her some years ago.
My urologist is a woman, and an attractive one at that. She is in her late 30s and has beautiful, large, luminous, dark eyes, as well as a quite pretty face and figure. No kidding. And she is definitely more gentle and plain nicer than her male predecessors. Overall the impression she gives is of a sweet, sweet woman. So I would recommend a female urologist hands down (pants down?). When she did a cystoscopy on me at her office with her female nurse I was completely nude during the procedure by the way, lying on her exam/chair. I did not mind that part, at all really since it flowed rather naturally, nor the way the two of them handled me, but it did not in the end hurt any less, I'm afraid.
In any case, if you have a choice, and if my experience means anything, go for the female urologist.
My experience with 3 female urologists...if they don't specialize in women's or children's problems, then they actually like seeing men,
They seem to be gentler.....but know they have the skills to bring instant pleasure to a man if they wanted to.
Plus, they have all the right equipment back in the medical closet if they wanted to haul it out too.
Get an appointment with her...you won't be disappointed.