For Women Only

September 17th, 2010 at 4:02 pm by under Patrece’s Perspective, WTHI Blog

I had another doctor appointment today. You know, that annual appointment that you dread the entire year?

So, I look for the lightest (weight-wise) outfit to wear and I go into the doctor’s office starving.. hoping not to tip the scales in the wrong direction. That didn’t work so well this year. Should have eaten breakfast and worn jeans!

Then comes the small talk while he does his medical stuff. So, how’s the energy level, how are the boys?  Then the annual “You still really don’t feel comfortable with this do you?” No sir, I must say I do not and who would?

But, the important doctor visit is in the books and that’s a good thing. I don’t like them, but I recommend them. Now I just have to hope that for the next 365 days I don’t see him walking through Walmart! UGH! ha!

Have a great weekend!


4 Responses to “For Women Only”

  1. Cathy Palmer says:

    LOL you are such a sweety to share what every Woman goes thru love ya gall

  2. Carolyn says:

    I chose a female dr. for my yearly exams…def. makes it a little easier to smile and say ‘hi’ when you see them at WalMart or Kroger.

  3. Laura says:


    why not go to a female Doctor maybe you would feel less I switched and feel better about it because I have always thought about this question…why would a man want to study female organs for a living?
    1. wants to look at our female parts every day 2. facinated by its make up & how it works? (which is just as perverted) So yes I go to a female Doctor. Please give me an answer that might change my mind of why any male would want to do this for a living? Also, hopefully he has been doing this for many years and wouldnt remember your exam if he did see you at Walmart. remember the saying “you seen one you seen them all” hahaha On a serious note yes it is very important to do this every year. I have lost family to breast,ovarian & colon cancer but the exam has saved many of my friends and family because it was caught in time.

  4. Nancy Miller says:

    I saw my OB/GYN at my son’s school for an open house (he had a child at the same school at the time). It was a little strange for me because I had seen him earlier in the day for on of “those” appointments! He’s been in the business for a long time, so I am sure it bothered me a whole lot more than it bothered him!