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Dr. Doe's Pelvic Exam



There is a lot of confusion about when to get a pelvic exam and what happens when you do. Hopefully this short video clears that up.

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22 comments

  1. She is a bad model for this kind of thing

  2. Men should not be allowed to examine women, and especially if their partner is in there, as examining a women and inserting his fingers is classed as a sex act men or men I don’t care what the doctor says

  3. Aww, this warmed my heart! So precious! 💖 👅👅👅🍌🍌🍌

  4. I’m a kid and I said no I got my first one and I was like nope nope nope

  5. Nice of him to leave the room while she gets dressed, after he just looked up her.

  6. If you’re a straight man, why would you do this job? It would only take one traumatic exam to put you off vagina indefinitely.

  7. 0:08 ”In 2014, the American College of Physicians that ANNUAL (once a year) pelvic exams were doing more harm than good. Their vote was ‘appointments as needed’ as if the person was pregnant or experiencing symptoms of a problem. Whereas the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists INSISTS that gynecology appointments are important because it allows them to connect to patients on sexual challenges, STIs, BIRTH CONTROL, gender identity and sexual orientation.”

    Doe recite these two policies as if they were in conflict with one another.

    The ACP never said appointments weren’t important. They just said that women don’t need their delicate internal organs poked, prodded and scraped every year. Go ahead and keep your annual appointment, to connect with your doctor and discuss whatever is on your mind. You don’t have to remove your panties and skooch your butt down to end of the exam table for that.

    Patients aren’t slabs of meat or walking containers of specimens just waiting to be collected.

    The ACP determined that MOST annual pelvic exams do NOT reveal any illnesses nor improve patient outcomes.

    Don’t misrepresent information and turn it into propaganda.

  8. Dr. Doe, is vulvar cancer genetic? I lost my mom over a year ago from stage 4 vulvar cancer that metastasized to her lungs and 2 weeks after we found out it was back she passed away within 14 hours of hospice care. Needless to say doing these exams are hard because I have not had one since she passed and I am scared that I could get it one day.

  9. Nice girl…very Nice…

  10. I like this doctor, he seems underwhelmed. To him this is normal. Its another day at the office, he did the examination like he was a mechanic replacing the engine oil in a car. Honestly, he is the best kind of male doctor a woman can ask for.

  11. Why anyone would go to a male gynecologist is beyond my comprehension. You really don’t need to go at all.

  12. I'm quite nevous if this acally exists

  13. stupid video. I am having a period!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. If I ever get that I’m getting a lady doctor. Some male doctors say stuff they. Should not say or do

  15. I think they should go ahead and do the finger check while your already there and in position and already have the initial edge of weirdest out of the way. I mean If there's even a small chance it could rule something out or maybe catch something just do it.

  16. She is doing a great thing for women by helping inform them about the exam process. She is also gorgeous

  17. During my pelvic exam, I need to take a deep breath, stay calm, relax, and think about something that I love to do such as singing, and holding my mom's hand.

  18. This was really helpful for me! I’m 14 and going to a gynecologist for the first time for heavy periods and painful cramps and I may need a pelvic exam and I’m scared and wasn’t sure what to expect.

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