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11 Of The Worst Things Any Patient Can Do In A Gynecologist’s Appointment

By Andrew Alpin, 30 November 2017

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Every woman loves to keep herself in tip top condition but just as your hair, face and complexion are always your main priority, so is your genital area. Genital health is of utmost importance to prevent skin and yeast infections. Frequent change of clean undergarments and personal hygiene should be regarded as important as looking at one’s face in the mirror everyday.

The easiest way to ensure that your genital area including your external genitals and breasts are in good health is to visit a gynecologist once or twice a year. Now no two women are alike as everydone is different down there. So there is no need to be shy of a gynaecologist who will have seen all there is to see in women. For a gynecologist, it’s all in a day’s job, but!! That doesn’t mean you need to take doctors for granted and visit one without having changed your underwear or a bath. Given the fact that a gynecologists is used to staring down a woman’s privates, it isn’t always a clean sight and then there are those who couldn’t care less of smelling to make even your gynecologist puke. So! Ladies, do have some consideration for a person who is always at hand to set you right. Don’t do these 11 things gynecologists don’t like their patients doing. 

1 Don’t cancel appointments just because you may be having your period

Remember your gynecologist has to see several women in a day and not necessarily in one facility. A cancelled appointment can make him or her off schedule and with an empty slot that may have them waiting for the next patient. They are gynecologists, and menstrual blood isn’t a surprise nor something uncommon for them. A gynecologist would prefer you keeping your appointment even if they have to look at you down under looking like a horror movie. 

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2 You have to be asked several times to move further down the table

Gynaecologists aren’t exactly there to paint your mona lisa you know, regardless of how much a work of art it may seem to your partner. Neither are they willing to admire the scenery, they need to get in there even if you wouldn’t like them to. Going in is what they do best and that’s necessary if they are going to make sure your healthy with no serious problems. The job of a gynecologist after all is to see if no nasty infection lurks there without you knowing it. 

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3 Taking your partner along

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There are many women who may have apprehensions in being in a vulnerable position in front of a gynecologist. Women who may have suffered varying forms of abuse or childhood trauma. In such cases, it is not exactly a bad thing to take a partner along for reassurance and the feeling of security. But from a generalized perspective, no gynecologist would like having every patient entering with a partner or relative. It could make the gynecologists uncomfortable as he or she would in some cases have to ask questions related to personal hygiene, intimacy details (in case of any disease or infection of a veneral nature) and the like.

An appointment with your gynecologist is a purely medical meeting and has nothing to do with personal interaction. You are perfectly safe and moreover, a gynecologist will always be accompanied by a female nurse during an inspection.

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