The atmosphere would have to be 100% real clinical: harsh lights, the smell of alcohol, a chill in the air, all clinic workers wearing starched white garb, all clinic workers being nice but kind of stern and no-nonsense, a medical table with stirrups that has that crinkly paper on it, a stiff institutional pillow, the standard medical stuff in the room meaning the thing they look into your ears with, blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, etc. When the nurse does the preliminary exam, she remarks about how fast my heartbeat is and I reply that I'm nervous. When the doctor comes in, he tells me they will administer some medicine to help me relax because my heartbeat is so high. Of course, it's an injection and it's on a metal tray with a little paper over it then the nurse uncovers it and I see the gleaming hypodermic on the tray. They lay be back on the table, the nurse supinates my hand/arm and alcohol swabs my inner arm. She tells me there will be a pinch then I feel the sting of the needle puncturing my vein. She pushed the serum in slowly and I feel it go straight to my head. I become woozy. For my safety, they restrain me to the table then place my legs in the stirrups. I'm completely conscious and still retain muscular control but I'm very relaxed and my vision is a touch blurry. They do a gyno exam complete with vaginal and anal palpations then determine that I must be catherized then receive a low volume medicinal enema with a retention nozzle which I must hold so the medicine can soak through the intestinal wall. The catheter hurts and when they inflate the balloon and it pinches. The enema nozzle is rather large then they pump it up so both my ass and bladder are expanded and tight. After the enema is administered, they allow me to "rest" and retain the medicine. After a bit, they come back in, take the catheter out and enema tip then shove a large tampon into my rectum. I'm told the tampon will soak up any remaining medicine that may try to escape. It's uncomfortable but I have to endure it because it's important to do what doctors tell you to do. By the time it's time to leave, the slight sedation is wearing off so I'm able to drive and I toddle to my car to go home. It's uncomfortable, but I sit 100% weight, on my ass in the car seat and think about how uncomfortable my ass is on my drive home. Shew, I love going to the doctor!