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  • A guy put his finger into my wife's asshole

    Should I be worried?

    OK, so my wife had a gynocologist appointment today and she says that after he got done examining her he non-chalantly (if that's even possible) sticks his finger into her asshole - not once but twice. He happened to do this when the two of them were alone in the room and needless to say my wife was quite taken aback. It's like her third visit with him since our insurance changed. She's nearly 39 and she says she's never had a doctor stick anything in her asshole before.

    Now, my wife is the type of person who would never question an authority figure. So, while she was really weirded out, she said nothing at the time. She's really embarrased about it now and is afraid to even ask her friends about it for fear of looking stupid - either stupid for not knowing that this is normal or stupid for letting some guy stick his finger in her asshole.

    So, tonight she breaks the news to me and asks my opinion like I know shit about assholes. I blurt out: "prostate exam" but then I immediately realize I'm just as stupid as she is. So, of course I jump online and Google "gynocologist + finger in anus" and the only thing I find is that sometimes it's done to young girls on their first visit in order to find out if their uterus is properly alligned or if it is tipped.

    Certainly such a thing would not be necessary on a 39 year old woman who has already had two kids and has most likely closed up shop on any future babies?

    So ladies - does this happen to you or should I go down to that office and give that chap a right good thrashing.
    Last edited by Judge Smails; 09-25-2008, 09:31 PM.

  • #2
    punch the dude in the face and piss on his shoes.

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    • #3
      Rectal
      While some physicians routinely perform a rectal exam on all patients, others perform a rectal only on selected individuals in certain clinical circumstances, such as after age 50.

      Routine screening with sigmoidoscopy every 5 years after age 50 is recommended by many physicians.

      After the rectal exam, the small particles of stool left on the examining glove can be evaluated for the presence of occult blood. This is most useful after the age of 50.
      I guess it depends ... since she is under 50

      another source includes it as well
      Your gyne exam
      When you go for your first gyne exam, you
      will be asked about your medical, family, and
      reproductive history. You also will be asked:
      • the date and length of your last period
      • what type of birth control you use
      • if you have ever been pregnant
      • if you smoke, drink alcohol, or take any
      drugs or medicines
      You will be asked to put on a gown for the
      exam. A gyne exam may include the following:
      • urine specimen
      • blood pressure
      • blood sample from a needle prick of your
      finger
      • height and weight
      • breast exam
      • heart and lungs exam
      • exam of your lower belly
      • rectal exam
      • colon-rectal cancer screening
      • pelvic exam
      • Pap test
      and an explanation
      Rectal Exam

      Lastly, the clinician may perform a rectal exam. She or he will briefly insert one lubricated, gloved finger into your rectum, which will push your uterus, ovaries and fallopian toward the surface of the abdomen. This allows the clinician to feel irregularities which may not be detected otherwise.
      Last edited by ~Katja~; 09-25-2008, 09:36 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Don Stugots View Post
        punch the dude in the face and piss on his shoes.
        no, he should thank him for easing the way for him... if she let the doc do you surely are allowed now

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        • #5
          Piss in his asshole (or hers).

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          • #6
            shouldnt this be in the doctor steve thread?

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            • #7
              Was he wearing gloves?

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              • #8
                i'm thinking ask dr. steve might be a good start here. he should know if this is normal or if this is grounds for a huge law suit $$$.

                i stay away from doctors for just this reason btw.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ~Katja~ View Post
                  no, he should thank him for easing the way for him... if she let the doc do you surely are allowed now
                  ok, now where is the Katja is hot thread again?

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                  • #10
                    I've heard this before and don't think it's necessary... if she was in there for some kind of concern about that part in relationship to her vagina, maybe, but just a routine check up? Highly suspicious.

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                    • #11
                      Spit is not a medically approved lubricant.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by betidont View Post
                        i'm thinking ask dr. steve might be a good start here. he should know if this is normal or if this is grounds for a huge law suit $$$.

                        i stay away from doctors for just this reason btw.
                        stop with the lawsuit thoughts right there. This is what makes it almost impossible for physicians to practice anymore these days.

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                        • #13
                          Yeah I guess if someone could move this to "Ask Dr. Steve" that would make sense. Though the chances of getting some funny/ smart-ass replies is better here.

                          Ok - I realize that it is possibly done at times but was it neccessary in my wife's case? Also, since my wife had never heard of it - just how common is it?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ~Katja~ View Post
                              stop with the lawsuit thoughts right there. This is what makes it almost impossible for physicians to practice anymore these days.
                              stop what? the practice of anal assault by a digit? thank god for the courts!

                              all he had to do was tell her what he was about to do and why and this thread wouldn't exist.

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