By Anonymous - 29/01/2015 19:18 - United States - Dearborn

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Today, I found out that the guy I've been sleeping with is my mom's gynecologist. FML
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Now he can say with all honesty "like mother like daughter."

homesuckfucker 28

To me, this FML translates to, "Today, I found out I've been having sex with my mom's doctor." The things a gynecologists do with patients are strictly professional. He and your mother are not having sexual relations, OP. You are an adult, (I hope, since you're having sex with a man old enough to carry a medical licence), and I really don't see why this is bothering you. But if the thought does make you uncomfortable, by all means, break off your relationship.

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Now he can say with all honesty "like mother like daughter."

Watch, her next boyfriend will be her dad's proctologist!

"Yep, you really do take after your father."

Proctologist jokes are full of shit.

xChaos 29

I think the real question here is "how"

lionhead29 9

small town?

He told her. She thought it was a yo momma joke

thee_most_dope 30

At least he's not your gynecologist?

How would that be bad? He would already have known what it looks like.

it it was her gynaecologist, it wouldn't be much of fml.

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

that Pussy Hitting Degree?

mojobanks 8

Pretty huge d...imagination

well i dont think it is a big deal. except on the dinner table

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?

mojobanks 8

I don't think it's a big deal either. Unless of course he delivered you. Then it would be weird.

hugozac88 22

He knows you guys inside out

kirbs19 37

Maybe that's how OP found out he's her moms gynecologist!

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.

ON the dinner table? ;)

nmw404 6

sounds like he does a thorough exam. hopefully he doesn't compare.

It's almost an Eskimo sisters type thing.

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.

Eskimo sisters would require him to have had sex with OPs mother also.

Tunnel brothers is a much more simpler term I think.

Look at it this way. At least your mother isn't your boyfriend/friend's gynecologist.

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.

Holy shit. I feel like an idiot. *urologist

Just kidding. That was part of my joke.

Don't get me wrong but.. Ew.

homesuckfucker 28

To me, this FML translates to, "Today, I found out I've been having sex with my mom's doctor." The things a gynecologists do with patients are strictly professional. He and your mother are not having sexual relations, OP. You are an adult, (I hope, since you're having sex with a man old enough to carry a medical licence), and I really don't see why this is bothering you. But if the thought does make you uncomfortable, by all means, break off your relationship.

I see it as family dinners being awkward.

homesuckfucker 28

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.

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.

homesuckfucker 28

[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?

No introduction to the parents necessary; he already knows plenty about OPs mom.

homesuckfucker 28

[At dinner.] "So, Dianne. Any news on that mole?"

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 the intimate stuff I have done to them. Recently with my Mum, and I asked her to help me dress when I had hurt my back. She felt a bit akward, and I reminded her that I helped shower and dress her a few years go for several days after she had major surgery. She had completely forgotten. I'm sure it's the same with the boyfriend. Next time the mother has a Pap test it might be a bit different, and she may want to see another Dr if she feels akward.

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.

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

you may not want to take him to a family dinner

born_hustla 26

I'll believe him if he says "it runs in the family". But Hey, you ladies are taken care of!