Guys, what would you think of a female urologist?

We all know women generally prefer gynos of our own gender, out of self-respect.

I wanna know how guys view the opposite side of this. What if the doctor who touches your junk and checks you for prostate cancer is a woman?

And no, this is not the field I'm going into 😂
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  • You know, I have seen people say that if it's a "man problem" or a "woman problem" then the doctor of your gender would be better since they can relate with you more. I talked about this with my friends who are in medical school and doctors in my family. What I've come to know is that in the medical profession, knowledge and experience has nothing to do with your gender. And girl medicos have told me they'd rather have an experienced male doctor than an inexperienced woman. So within the medical fraternity, even for girls, gender of the doc is never a preference. That's how I feel about this question.

    • Good outlook 👍🏻

  • I've read that the number of women med school graduates going into urology is going way up. I think it's fine. I've been examined by a woman family practitioner before and it was for a yeast infection on my penis. (I was in college at the time and caught it from my girlfriend who was recurring yeast infections.) It doesn't matter what gender the doctor is, at least not to me. They've seen it all and they're professionals.

    • True enough. I have to take the urology portion in my fourth year. It definitely won't be my specialty though lol

    • It's great that you're gonna be a doctor. Congratulations on how far you've come.

    • Thanks!

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  • All I need out of a doctor is medical competence and professionalism. If you have that, your sex is irrelevant to me.

  • My GP is a female and I’ve had female doctors before her. I’ve also had male doctors too. I did go in for a physical once and my regular doc wasn’t there and a female came in. She gave me the lecture of my doc not being available and this would be just a simple physical. Problem with my simple physical at the time was now there’s this hot smelling good doc about to be staring at my stuff and I was extremely hard. She looks at me and says it’s normal and it’s not the first time it’s happened and surely won’t be the last but let’s keep it professional. Even though the exam was quick I was hard the whole time and embarrassed a bit but she just did her job like it’s nothing. I pulled my pants up so fast I damn near gave myself a wedgie! The second time it happened with a different doc she just looked at me and said well it works. I had been making all kinds of jokes to take my mind off it before she told me to drop the pants. But she too just did her job. Now I just stand there looking at the ceiling or carrying on a conversation with the other person in the room if there is one. It’s a job so as long as they’re doing what they are supposed to be doing and I’m not feeling violated and I’m comfortable then it’s all good.

  • I'd actually prefer it, I think.

    Not for creepy reasons, or anything, as I'm not a perv. I just think it's a little weird stripping down in front of a dude. I don't think it's "gay" either. Just weird. 🤷‍♂️

    • Be easy for you to give her something besides a urine sample, right 🤣

    • Hahaha, there is that, I suppose. 😂

  • My regular urologist is a female urologist. Male urologists seem to be more quick to resort to the scalpel for issues that can be solved in much less invasive ways. I restored my foreskin, and a male urologist suggested circumcision when I asked about getting a skin tag (that was likely a result of my initial circumcision in the first place) removed. I looked at the clinic's list of urologist, saw a female urologist, and decided to ask her for a second opinion. She did a quick procedure to remove the tag and never once suggested I get circumcised. She also dispelled a lot of old wives tails about male fertility for my wife when we were trying to get pregnant, which I appreciated.

  • Honestly i think id prefer a woman, id rather not have a man near my junk.

  • Most of my doctors have been women for decades. For a urologist I called a group and was given an appointment with a woman. She was good and professional, so I have chosen women since then. My latest urologist is a woman with a woman assistant. Not only am I okay with that, but being heterosexual, having a woman touching that area is less weird.

  • It would not bother me a bit. They are a doctor and have probably seen 100's of penises and checked the prostate. No big deal

  • OK, I went to a urologist and he wasn't available, so a woman (physician's assistant) did the job.
    I was about as far from "turned on" as a man can get during the exam, which included that prostate thing.
    At one point she was looking for a testicle that had been surgically removed 20 years prior, which means she hadn't read my chart too well. The whole visit was a monumental waste, except that it help me realize I needed to go to another urologist. It wasn't because she was a woman. The whole group of urologists were just bad.

  • My friend is a female urologist.
    When I asked her about going into this field 33 years ago, she said "To study my favorite organ." which was, of course, the male genitalia.

    I haven't been to a urologist yet, but, if I could, I'd go to her.

    • Lmao

    • I just wanted to add a minor comment. All medical professionals - male and female - who do check-ups for males will do two things: 1. Perform an inguinal hernia exam. This is one in which the man drops his pants and the "doctor" (physician/PA/LPN) will put his / her palm underneath the man's balls but feel the perineum with the fingers. This is the test in which the doctor says "Turn your head and cough." 2. Perform a prostate examination. This is one in which the man drops his pants and bends over as the doctor uses a latex glove and lubricant to gauge the size of the prostate gland which normally grows over time. I've had males and females do both of these exams for me multiple times. My current GP is a female although, before I moved, my last GP was a male. I had a senior woman do my inguinal hernia exam and a female LPN twice perform a prostate exam when I had prostatitis in 2018. Also in 2018, I had a heart catheterization through my femoral artery, so, I was lying there in anesthetic bliss, I had probably 2 women first shave my junk and 3 or 4 women and some men seeing my junk in all its glory during the procedure. You just pay it no mind - they are medical professionals and they are seeing a dozen penises and 2 dozen testicles of all shapes and sizes every day.

    • I'm in medical school, and both of my parents are M. D. s. Do you honestly think I don't know this?

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  • I guess it would be the hundredth erection she'd seen for the day...

    • Yeah, nothing special

    • Mine is special , to me.

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