I have to share with you an experience. Not to me. I am male.
It is a true story, but it took me years to realise what really happened there.
It was in a general clinics (during the 60s ) where there were practices of a few GP and a GYNO doctor.
I was there to get an injection, After waiting for some time in the corridor the nurse introduced me in a large room but had to leave me there for a brief moment as she was called by one of the GPs or a phone call, I don't know exactly.
In that room, behind a curtain I heard moaning, low voiced but over a period. Through a crack in the curtain I was able to peep in from a distance.
I saw a woman sitting on an elevated bed naked from the waist down, an irrigator next to her, slightly bending over and moaning quietly ..Initially I guessed this woman might have been in pain, but it seemed to be unlikely. It was very obvious that she didn't have an enema. The nurse came back and shortly I was out. Later I understood what had happened.
To that clinic came numerous women that were not aware or knew very little about female hygiene. Th GYNO doctor frequently sent some (or more than a few) to the nurse to be cleaned, washed or mainly douched as he wouldn't be able to touch them otherwise. That appeared to be almost a routine (don't forget - the 60s and not in the US!). that woman received a douche by the nurse. That nurse (I knew her well) was a little bitchy and mocked at people if she got an opportunity.
She not only had douched the poor woman and washed her thoroughly for the doctor, but also "washed" thoroughly her clit. The woman was a bit primitive. Not only she never had a douche before, but nobody had manipulated her clit before in a scenario like this. She was terribly aroused, perplexed and yet unable to erupt. Therefore she was moaning quietly, of course unaware of my presence behind the curtain as my entry and exit were conducted quietly by the nurse.
It is almost 45 years later now and I am still shaken at the idea of what a medical person can do to a person (that woman in this particular case) knowing that that person is unaware, helpless and to a very large extent not knowing what is being done to him/her.