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I thought all boyfriends were "gynecologists" when they suggest playing doctors? Bragging about their... "PhD"!

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Yeah it isn't a big deal. He's a doctor like any other. If this really is a huge problem why can't the mom just switch gynaecologists?

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I'm just imagining them sitting around the dinner table and the boyfriend reminds op's mom that she's due for a pap smear.

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To explain #5s comment when two friends sleep with the same girl (not at the same time) they become Eskimo brothers. So he said this situation almost makes them Eskimo sisters.

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Boy, that would be awkward. Try telling a man he has a uterus and a vagina, and things are gonna go downhill fast Then you'll have to give yet another sex talk and explain the glories of blood pouring out on a monthly basis, and to carry extra tampons.

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I don't, but I suppose that it's because I see the human body as a normal thing, and medical exams as a necessity that shouldn't cause tension between the patient and the doctor, or the doctor and the patient's family members. Also, OP didn't say that she was in a committed relationship with her mum's gyno. She said they were sleeping around, and most people tend not to introduce fuckbuddies to their parents.

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I think it's just awkward because she's sleeping with someone who has seen her mom's vagina. Should it be weird? No, but it just is.

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[shrug.] I just don't see the vagina as anything other than a body part. I'm actually interested in practicing gynecology- perhaps that's why I have that attitude toward genitalia?

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I agree. It's a bit different because I am female, but I have delivered and supported quite a few of my family and friends when they have had their babies. At family gatherings I don't start thinking "I've seen your vagina, I've done vaginal examinations on you, you and you, and I have grabbed your boobs more times than I can count when teaching you how to breastfeed". Actually I had never really thought about it until this FML came up. And I think my friends and family forget th

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If you're female (which I'm assuming) 66, then I think it's a little bit different. A female seeing/helping another female in that area is a bit different in my opinion than this FML, although I completely see what you're saying. Either way, the doctor won't be thinking about the fact that he sees op's mom's vagina. It shouldn't be weird, but I understand how it could be.

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#72 Sorry for my late reply. If you read what I said, the first line said that I am female and it is different.

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