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I was having a look at where the authors of the BSSM guidlines paper practice from. One of them, Dr Janine David,  well, you should check her out:

https://menshealthwales.com/our-team/

She runs an erectile dysfunction clinic. I can just imagine the scene:

"Hello, come in. So what seems to be the problem"

"I can't get an erection"

"Oh dear well we'd better have a look, drop your pants so i can check your balls for any irregularities.....hmm, well the left one feels normal, lets feel the right one"

"Oh well look at that! Doc you've cured me thank you!"

Kinda wish i was from Wales, not sure i'd want Dr Hackett feeling around there.

 

 

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i was unklucky and got Dr Hackett , im pretty sure the experience was embarrassing for both of us - no eye contact was made during the examination which would have worried me .

*im pretty sure Dr Hackett is retired now -in my experience he was a credit to the profession .

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14 minutes ago, aqualung said:

i was unklucky and got Dr Hackett , im pretty sure the experience was embarrassing for both of us - no eye contact was made during the examination which would have worried me .

*im pretty sure Dr Hackett is retired now -in my experience he was a credit to the profession .

Hahaha! The things you have to go through to get the treatment you need - i changed doctors some years ago after i had to have his finger up my bottom (piles). I know it was necessary, but it changed our doctor / patient relationship forever (actually i changed docs because i moved house, but i was glad i did. I just hope it was actually his finger....)

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1 hour ago, Seppuku71 said:

Hahaha! The things you have to go through to get the treatment you need - i changed doctors some years ago after i had to have his finger up my bottom (piles). I know it was necessary, but it changed our doctor / patient relationship forever (actually i changed docs because i moved house, but i was glad i did. I just hope it wasn’t actually his finger....)

 

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