As I've posted before, a couple years ago I was admitted to the hospital, very ill from something they couldn't diagnose. I had an Transesophageal Echocardiogram to look for heart valve infections. Two days prior, in the ER, I had been given IV Vancomyacin. I was either allergic to it, or just reacted badly to such a large rapid dosing, but either way I turned bright red from head to toe (Red Man Syndrome) The only place I didn't turn red was under my arms and my groin. So I'm in my hospital bed in just a gown and panties. A male Nurse has already come in and had a good look at my naked breasts when he pulled my gown down to my waist to attach the heart monitor leads they will use while I'm under twilight sedation. Then the Cardiologist and Ultrasound Tech come in with the equipment. The Doctor tells the Nurse that he heard that I have a head to toe red rash from an allergic reaction. They can all see my face, arms, and lower legs are red, and the Nurse confirms that my entire chest is bright red. The Doctor reads from the chart that my underarms and groin have NOT turned red. He tells the Nurse they'll have to confirm this before they give me the two drugs for twilight sedation. The doctor then pulls my gown down below my breasts and asks me to raise my arms so they can see my underarms. My underarms are not red. The doctor pulls the gown up to cover my breasts, but doesn't slide it back over my shoulders. He then raises the bottom of the gown above my waist. Saying that he needs to look at my groin, he hooks his fingers in and pulls my panties completely off! He asks me to open my legs so he can clearly see where I haven't turned red. He tells the nurse that under the arms is a bigger area that hasn't turned red, and it would be hard to monitor my groin anyway while on my side for the procedure, so they decide to use the underarm area to watch for new rash and they covered me back up and got on with the procedure.