Well, he must have gone into gynecology for a reason, and it wasn't the obvious. hm...should i really be saying that on your blog. yes. yes i think i should.
Meagan, the fact that I posted this on my blog gives anyone freedom in what they say...
And once again....I am speechless.
I would feel violated. My female gyno in NY lectured me on how I shouldn't dare consider having any kids before I was 30 because I was way too young. I think she didn't like the fact that I was already married. We moved to Austin before we started having kids. I told Mark I wasn't about to go back to her to tell her I was pregnant. If I had to, then I'd lie and say it was a total accident.
wha...? i am not sure i want to hear this story. maybe he got lost or confused, which reminds me of a story. maybe we should swap stories someday.
what the... um, is this normal practice for NY doctors or an up-and-coming trend? I hope he found out that things are healthy and normally functioning.
That reminds me of my Gyno turned rectal exam in Boston when I was pregnant. Except, mine happened by a student not the DR.! Anyhow, it's great to see how you and your growing family is doing! Oh, and maybe you should switch Dr.'s?? Just a thought!
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