Dr. McDreamy

I spent some time with my dermatologist yesterday.  My family has a history of skin cancer, and not the milder forms.  No, we drop dead of melanoma on a regular basis in my family.  The doctors call the melanoma in our family a "cancer cluster."  Melanoma is one of the deadliest forms of cancer and it can be brought on both from a genetic history and/or by sun exposure.  I'm doomed in either case.  In truth, I've had one melanoma already, but it was removed before it killed me.  Now I have frequent skin checks by both an oncologist and a dermatologist, or at least I'm supposed to.

Needless to say, with all I've gone through since the car accident I've neglected everything else.  Last Friday I noticed a dark spot on my skin and I freaked out as only I can do.  Heart racing, I called my dermatologist in a panic.  Knowing my history, he waived his usual two month wait and got me in to see him yesterday.  His secretary let me know ahead of time they were "working me in" and it would be a quick check of just the one suspicious spot.  Then she chided me on being late for a full skin check and I promised I would set up an appointment for one when I came in.

Here's my public service announcement.  Everybody should get a skin check with a good dermatologist at least once a year.  If there is any form of skin cancer in your family you should go more frequently.  Even if you live in a cooler climate, it's a must.  Kids should be checked once a year too.  If you never listen to me regarding anything else, I hope you'll get skin checks for yourself and your family.

My doc is young, very good looking, and also very energetic and outgoing.  He grew up in Argentina although his parents were Americans.  He has the most charming, sexy, accent as a result.  I adore him.  My oncologist recommended him because he says he's got "great eyes."  He means Dr. McDreamy is great at spotting skin abnormalities earlier than most docs. 

I agree Dr. McDreamy has great eyes, but for entirely different reasons. I've also noticed he has a great body, great hands, a great smile, etc.  I've noticed all of that purely in a professional sense, of course.  Dr. McDreamy is married, by the way. 

Briefcase hates Dr. McDreamy and has nicknamed him "The Butcher."  I think Briefcase probably resents Dr. McDreamy just because he's so gorgeous.  However, to make things worse he did remove a mole from Briefcase's leg once.  It got infected and Briefcase did nothing about it, in typical male fashion.  It festered for weeks.  One day Briefcase commented to me about what a terrible job The Butcher had done.  I checked out the gangrene on his leg in absolute horror.  To this day, Briefcase blames Dr. McDreamy for the fact that Briefcase himself did not follow his after-care instructions.

Anyway, Dr. McDreamy and I chatted a little and got all caught up.  He looked at the spot I freaked out about and announced it was a hbzkdnemakdn or something like that, but not a melanoma.  He didn't even need to biopsy it.  I mentioned I would be returning soon for a full skin check and he said, "Get undressed, let's do it now."

These are the thoughts which immediately, and in less than two seconds, ran through my head:

1.  What panties am I wearing today?

2.  I'm due for a bikini wax.

3.  I shave my legs everyday without fail, but I was running late today and didn't shave them.

4.  I haven't done sit-ups in three weeks and he'll see my fat.

5.  I didn't put any lotion on this morning (again because I was running late) and my legs will look like lizard legs.

6.  What bra am I wearing?

7.  Will he laugh when he sees my fat ass in a thong?

Dr. McDreamy looked at me patiently, handed me a hospital gown, and left the room for me to change.  He instructed me to leave my bra and panties on.  I've had skin checks before, but I always knew I would be having them.  I have exactly one pair of granny panties just for the purpose of doctor's visits.  I felt cornered, trapped, and about to be exposed.  Literally.

Dr. McDreamy, full of good looks and overflowing with charm, walked back in with his magnifying glass.  Oh yes, he went over every millimeter of my body with a giant, over-sized, magnifying glass.  Here Dr. McDreamy, take a good look at my unshaven legs!  Get up close and personal.  Let's see exactly what the hair re-growth is on that last bikini wax while we're at it.  Did you notice the lace on my thong?  And really, I'm quite sure that isn't belly fat, it's just a little bloating.  Check out that fantastic pattern of cellulite on my ass too!  As he examined every millimeter of me, I wanted to die of embarrassment.

Did I mention that although I had panties and a bra on, he lifted them away when he got to those parts of me?  He's a very thorough doctor.  As he should be, especially with my family history.  However, it left me feeling more exposed, albeit in a different way, than a gyn exam.  The man had a magnifying glass!  (And yes, there was a female nurse present at all times.)

Dr. McDreamy also checked all my lymph glands because I am a "melanoma survivor" and it will be a part of my exam for life.  Did you know you have lymph glands all over including  in your groin area?  As in, right along your pantie line?  Yes, Dr. McDreamy had his warm, sexy hands there.  Just letting you know, in case you were wondering.

Normally, I just love some nice warm man hands on my body, but in this case?  Not so much. 

Ironically, the whole time he was examining me, Dr. McDreamy just chatted away as if I wasn't standing there in all my naked glory in front of him.  Nothing in his manner was even slightly different than when I was fully clothed.  I think I should be insulted by that, but I was too busy feeling grateful instead. 

Dr. McDreamy did get excited at one point.  He was looking at my back with his magnifying glass.  "I see a little pimple!" he exclaimed with joy. 

Could I be any further humiliated?

"A pimple on my back?" I asked.

"It's really small, I probably couldn't see it without my magnifying glass," he answered.

Then he added, "Can I pop it?  Because that's why I became a dermatologist, I love to pop pimples."

"Sure," I said, because at that point I couldn't possibly have wanted to disappear anymore than I already did.  And really, I might as well make Dr. McDreamy's day by letting him pop a microscopic zit on my back.

He was thrilled.  And because of that, his sexiness factor dropped quite a bit.  Can you imagine being in bed with a man who all of a sudden got excited if he spotted a pimple on your ass?  More excited than when he saw you naked?  I don't think I'll ever look at him quite the same way again.

When it was all said and done, I got the "all clear."  It's always a relief given my personal and family history.  Dr. McDreamy did write me a prescription for lotion, however.  He noticed my heels "are a little rough".  Visions of many long walks on sandy beaches flashed through my head.  I thanked him for the prescription, tried to muster whatever remaining  dignity I had left, and went on my way.

Is it just me?  Or have you had an embarrassing experience with a doctor too?

66 Responses to “Dr. McDreamy”

  1. vodkamom

    omg. I am laughing and crying at the same time. My heart just clenched when I started reading this. Thank you for reminding us that there are SOME things we need to take seriously. But, we can laugh right along with it. right?
    you really are something.

  2. vodkamom

    omg. I am laughing and crying at the same time. My heart just clenched when I started reading this. Thank you for reminding us that there are SOME things we need to take seriously. But, we can laugh right along with it. right?
    you really are something.

  3. vodkamom

    omg. I am laughing and crying at the same time. My heart just clenched when I started reading this. Thank you for reminding us that there are SOME things we need to take seriously. But, we can laugh right along with it. right?
    you really are something.

  4. Linda

    Bwahahahahah! I’m sorry. Not really. That is too funny. Really I’m not laughing at you, just the story. And yes, I have a story but no where near that entertaining. It involved poison ivy. nuff said.

  5. Linda

    Bwahahahahah! I’m sorry. Not really. That is too funny. Really I’m not laughing at you, just the story. And yes, I have a story but no where near that entertaining. It involved poison ivy. nuff said.

  6. Linda

    Bwahahahahah! I’m sorry. Not really. That is too funny. Really I’m not laughing at you, just the story. And yes, I have a story but no where near that entertaining. It involved poison ivy. nuff said.

  7. thistle

    hmmm…there were parts of this that had me thinking you had a pretty good start on that erotic fiction career that you talked about yesterday…peppered with some LOL funny moments (and who doesn’t love erotic fiction with comedy…it’s so real!)…but the sexy factor crashed with his excitement over the little zit…!!?…i guess they all have their quirks…
    another great post!!

  8. thistle

    hmmm…there were parts of this that had me thinking you had a pretty good start on that erotic fiction career that you talked about yesterday…peppered with some LOL funny moments (and who doesn’t love erotic fiction with comedy…it’s so real!)…but the sexy factor crashed with his excitement over the little zit…!!?…i guess they all have their quirks…
    another great post!!

  9. thistle

    hmmm…there were parts of this that had me thinking you had a pretty good start on that erotic fiction career that you talked about yesterday…peppered with some LOL funny moments (and who doesn’t love erotic fiction with comedy…it’s so real!)…but the sexy factor crashed with his excitement over the little zit…!!?…i guess they all have their quirks…
    another great post!!

  10. Donna in VA

    You had me giggling outloud with this one. Albeit serious, I couldn’t help but giggle.
    My dad had skin cancer on his face twice and had grafts from his ass. You can only imagine the jokes. I, myself, am a total sun worshiper. So I know I should get checked, yet I never make that phone call. Maybe now, I’ll think about it.
    Your story was like a funny Public Service Announcement for Cancer.
    Really glad you got the “all clear”!

  11. Donna in VA

    You had me giggling outloud with this one. Albeit serious, I couldn’t help but giggle.
    My dad had skin cancer on his face twice and had grafts from his ass. You can only imagine the jokes. I, myself, am a total sun worshiper. So I know I should get checked, yet I never make that phone call. Maybe now, I’ll think about it.
    Your story was like a funny Public Service Announcement for Cancer.
    Really glad you got the “all clear”!

  12. Donna in VA

    You had me giggling outloud with this one. Albeit serious, I couldn’t help but giggle.
    My dad had skin cancer on his face twice and had grafts from his ass. You can only imagine the jokes. I, myself, am a total sun worshiper. So I know I should get checked, yet I never make that phone call. Maybe now, I’ll think about it.
    Your story was like a funny Public Service Announcement for Cancer.
    Really glad you got the “all clear”!

  13. Gina

    heheheheee sorry about your experience but at least you made us all laugh!! i love to pop pimples to… i think its a weird obsession!all of my past bf’s have been subjected to me scrutinizing their backs in search of pimples… btw i’ve always wanted to get a bikini wax but haven’t tried it yet, honestly, how bad does it hurt??

  14. Gina

    heheheheee sorry about your experience but at least you made us all laugh!! i love to pop pimples to… i think its a weird obsession!all of my past bf’s have been subjected to me scrutinizing their backs in search of pimples… btw i’ve always wanted to get a bikini wax but haven’t tried it yet, honestly, how bad does it hurt??

  15. Gina

    heheheheee sorry about your experience but at least you made us all laugh!! i love to pop pimples to… i think its a weird obsession!all of my past bf’s have been subjected to me scrutinizing their backs in search of pimples… btw i’ve always wanted to get a bikini wax but haven’t tried it yet, honestly, how bad does it hurt??

  16. alntv

    You sure do have a thing for doctors! HAHAHAHA! I had to have a spot of melanoma taken off my face. Left a little scar you can see if I haven’t shaved, but otherwise, you can’t tell! My doctor did a great job! But the picture of it is kinda scary.
    And the pimple thing? That’s kinda gross…LOL

  17. alntv

    You sure do have a thing for doctors! HAHAHAHA! I had to have a spot of melanoma taken off my face. Left a little scar you can see if I haven’t shaved, but otherwise, you can’t tell! My doctor did a great job! But the picture of it is kinda scary.
    And the pimple thing? That’s kinda gross…LOL

  18. alntv

    You sure do have a thing for doctors! HAHAHAHA! I had to have a spot of melanoma taken off my face. Left a little scar you can see if I haven’t shaved, but otherwise, you can’t tell! My doctor did a great job! But the picture of it is kinda scary.
    And the pimple thing? That’s kinda gross…LOL

  19. Midlife Mama

    LOL Yeah I had something similar to this. One time, when I was in my 30s, I went to a dermatologist for a suspicious mole, and I thought he was going to look at just the mole. Well, it turned out that his PA, who I had no idea worked there, is a good friend of my ex-husbands. And HE was in the room and helped the doctor with the full body scan. Which I had NO idea he was going to do. I totally relate to you panic over being “exposed” when you weren’t ready. I had thought he was going to look at one mole; when the nurse told me to “take all my clothes off and put on the gown” I looked at her like she’d grown two heads. I said,”Why? I just want him to look at this one mole!” pointing to the offending spot on my neck. “Oh, but he’ll want to look and see if there are any other suspicious moles anywhere else.” At the time I’d wondered if it was just a ploy to get me naked; not that I was any great shakes, but I’d heard of these unscrupulous doctors who had their patients get undressed when it wasn’t necessary just to get their jollies. Then when the Dr. walked in with his PA, who is my ex husband’s friend, my humilitation was complete! LOL
    Also, I’ve got a consultation this week with the dr. who is going to be doing my colonoscopy. I can think of no other procedure which could be more humiliating than that!

  20. Midlife Mama

    LOL Yeah I had something similar to this. One time, when I was in my 30s, I went to a dermatologist for a suspicious mole, and I thought he was going to look at just the mole. Well, it turned out that his PA, who I had no idea worked there, is a good friend of my ex-husbands. And HE was in the room and helped the doctor with the full body scan. Which I had NO idea he was going to do. I totally relate to you panic over being “exposed” when you weren’t ready. I had thought he was going to look at one mole; when the nurse told me to “take all my clothes off and put on the gown” I looked at her like she’d grown two heads. I said,”Why? I just want him to look at this one mole!” pointing to the offending spot on my neck. “Oh, but he’ll want to look and see if there are any other suspicious moles anywhere else.” At the time I’d wondered if it was just a ploy to get me naked; not that I was any great shakes, but I’d heard of these unscrupulous doctors who had their patients get undressed when it wasn’t necessary just to get their jollies. Then when the Dr. walked in with his PA, who is my ex husband’s friend, my humilitation was complete! LOL
    Also, I’ve got a consultation this week with the dr. who is going to be doing my colonoscopy. I can think of no other procedure which could be more humiliating than that!

  21. Midlife Mama

    LOL Yeah I had something similar to this. One time, when I was in my 30s, I went to a dermatologist for a suspicious mole, and I thought he was going to look at just the mole. Well, it turned out that his PA, who I had no idea worked there, is a good friend of my ex-husbands. And HE was in the room and helped the doctor with the full body scan. Which I had NO idea he was going to do. I totally relate to you panic over being “exposed” when you weren’t ready. I had thought he was going to look at one mole; when the nurse told me to “take all my clothes off and put on the gown” I looked at her like she’d grown two heads. I said,”Why? I just want him to look at this one mole!” pointing to the offending spot on my neck. “Oh, but he’ll want to look and see if there are any other suspicious moles anywhere else.” At the time I’d wondered if it was just a ploy to get me naked; not that I was any great shakes, but I’d heard of these unscrupulous doctors who had their patients get undressed when it wasn’t necessary just to get their jollies. Then when the Dr. walked in with his PA, who is my ex husband’s friend, my humilitation was complete! LOL
    Also, I’ve got a consultation this week with the dr. who is going to be doing my colonoscopy. I can think of no other procedure which could be more humiliating than that!

  22. jo

    Me, I’m a typical health care provider…I don’t go to the doctor unless I’m near death (and for Paps). This avoids embarrassment 🙂

  23. jo

    Me, I’m a typical health care provider…I don’t go to the doctor unless I’m near death (and for Paps). This avoids embarrassment 🙂

  24. jo

    Me, I’m a typical health care provider…I don’t go to the doctor unless I’m near death (and for Paps). This avoids embarrassment 🙂

  25. Jan

    #1 – I’m becoming more and more convinced that Beloved and Briefcase were separated at birth.
    #2 – If you are comfortable in a lacy thong, ain’t NO way you’re circus tent fat. Nope, no way.
    #3 – I could entertain you ALL day with embarrassing doctor stories, but the best was probably when, while giving birth to Darling Daughter, I pooped all over the doctor while in the throes of a contraction during a brief examination. The enema they’d given me earlier apparently worked all too well (and wasn’t quite finished doing the job).

  26. Jan

    #1 – I’m becoming more and more convinced that Beloved and Briefcase were separated at birth.
    #2 – If you are comfortable in a lacy thong, ain’t NO way you’re circus tent fat. Nope, no way.
    #3 – I could entertain you ALL day with embarrassing doctor stories, but the best was probably when, while giving birth to Darling Daughter, I pooped all over the doctor while in the throes of a contraction during a brief examination. The enema they’d given me earlier apparently worked all too well (and wasn’t quite finished doing the job).

  27. Jan

    #1 – I’m becoming more and more convinced that Beloved and Briefcase were separated at birth.
    #2 – If you are comfortable in a lacy thong, ain’t NO way you’re circus tent fat. Nope, no way.
    #3 – I could entertain you ALL day with embarrassing doctor stories, but the best was probably when, while giving birth to Darling Daughter, I pooped all over the doctor while in the throes of a contraction during a brief examination. The enema they’d given me earlier apparently worked all too well (and wasn’t quite finished doing the job).

  28. Missy

    So far Jan has the best story. Isn’t that every woman’s nightmare during childbirth?

  29. Missy

    So far Jan has the best story. Isn’t that every woman’s nightmare during childbirth?

  30. Missy

    So far Jan has the best story. Isn’t that every woman’s nightmare during childbirth?

  31. Lo

    ohhhhh my god this story had me rolling around laughing so hard my coworkers thought i’d been smokin’ on the way to work- and then to read Jan’s story??? oh mah gawd i am TERRIFIED to give birth now for fear i’ll shit all over the doctor!!! eeeeek!!!!
    (and a side note? you MUST READ ‘bright lights, big ass’ by Jennifer Lancaster. she has a story in there about going to the doctor and.. not fitting in her paper gown. it had me crying in the airport and gasping for breath. people actually asked me if i was choking, i was so red. no, no, just enjoying someone elses humiliating story… hehehe)

  32. Lo

    ohhhhh my god this story had me rolling around laughing so hard my coworkers thought i’d been smokin’ on the way to work- and then to read Jan’s story??? oh mah gawd i am TERRIFIED to give birth now for fear i’ll shit all over the doctor!!! eeeeek!!!!
    (and a side note? you MUST READ ‘bright lights, big ass’ by Jennifer Lancaster. she has a story in there about going to the doctor and.. not fitting in her paper gown. it had me crying in the airport and gasping for breath. people actually asked me if i was choking, i was so red. no, no, just enjoying someone elses humiliating story… hehehe)

  33. Lo

    ohhhhh my god this story had me rolling around laughing so hard my coworkers thought i’d been smokin’ on the way to work- and then to read Jan’s story??? oh mah gawd i am TERRIFIED to give birth now for fear i’ll shit all over the doctor!!! eeeeek!!!!
    (and a side note? you MUST READ ‘bright lights, big ass’ by Jennifer Lancaster. she has a story in there about going to the doctor and.. not fitting in her paper gown. it had me crying in the airport and gasping for breath. people actually asked me if i was choking, i was so red. no, no, just enjoying someone elses humiliating story… hehehe)

  34. ballerinatoes

    Most horrifying doctor episode: I had a lump in my breast (and I hate the word “lump” I prefered to call it a “bump”) anyway, I was at the surgeon’s office with my paper top on and the surgeon comes in with a whole gaggle of interns, all male, asks me if I mind if they observe and I was all “okay”. Then the doctor removed my paper top and I’m sitting there, totally exposed from the waist up with a roomful of strangers looking at my boobs while the doctor feels me up, trying to find the “bump”! I was VERY uncomfortable. The next time I went in, I told them “no interns please.”
    As for the “bump” it was removed and was non-cancerous. But it scared the crap out of me.
    And, for your breast health PSA for the day…I found the “bump” on my own and the mammogram did not. They had to do an ultrasound to find it. So, ladies, do your monthly self breast exams and don’t just rely on the mammogram.

  35. ballerinatoes

    Most horrifying doctor episode: I had a lump in my breast (and I hate the word “lump” I prefered to call it a “bump”) anyway, I was at the surgeon’s office with my paper top on and the surgeon comes in with a whole gaggle of interns, all male, asks me if I mind if they observe and I was all “okay”. Then the doctor removed my paper top and I’m sitting there, totally exposed from the waist up with a roomful of strangers looking at my boobs while the doctor feels me up, trying to find the “bump”! I was VERY uncomfortable. The next time I went in, I told them “no interns please.”
    As for the “bump” it was removed and was non-cancerous. But it scared the crap out of me.
    And, for your breast health PSA for the day…I found the “bump” on my own and the mammogram did not. They had to do an ultrasound to find it. So, ladies, do your monthly self breast exams and don’t just rely on the mammogram.

  36. ballerinatoes

    Most horrifying doctor episode: I had a lump in my breast (and I hate the word “lump” I prefered to call it a “bump”) anyway, I was at the surgeon’s office with my paper top on and the surgeon comes in with a whole gaggle of interns, all male, asks me if I mind if they observe and I was all “okay”. Then the doctor removed my paper top and I’m sitting there, totally exposed from the waist up with a roomful of strangers looking at my boobs while the doctor feels me up, trying to find the “bump”! I was VERY uncomfortable. The next time I went in, I told them “no interns please.”
    As for the “bump” it was removed and was non-cancerous. But it scared the crap out of me.
    And, for your breast health PSA for the day…I found the “bump” on my own and the mammogram did not. They had to do an ultrasound to find it. So, ladies, do your monthly self breast exams and don’t just rely on the mammogram.

  37. goodfather

    Uh oh. This is (another) one of those posts where my gender makes me feel like I’m trespassing just a bit. Oh well. Guys have a very similar 2-second self-check for visits to the Dr.: 1. Heart beating? Check. I had my moles checked for melanoma a few months ago. TMI alert: I have LOTS of moles. I was also adopted, so I have no idea of what my family history is. My skin Dr. was female, very sexy, and also used the giant magnifying glass to study my skin. No granny panties for me ;).
    Great story, and I fully support your public service announcement: get checked!

  38. goodfather

    Uh oh. This is (another) one of those posts where my gender makes me feel like I’m trespassing just a bit. Oh well. Guys have a very similar 2-second self-check for visits to the Dr.: 1. Heart beating? Check. I had my moles checked for melanoma a few months ago. TMI alert: I have LOTS of moles. I was also adopted, so I have no idea of what my family history is. My skin Dr. was female, very sexy, and also used the giant magnifying glass to study my skin. No granny panties for me ;).
    Great story, and I fully support your public service announcement: get checked!

  39. goodfather

    Uh oh. This is (another) one of those posts where my gender makes me feel like I’m trespassing just a bit. Oh well. Guys have a very similar 2-second self-check for visits to the Dr.: 1. Heart beating? Check. I had my moles checked for melanoma a few months ago. TMI alert: I have LOTS of moles. I was also adopted, so I have no idea of what my family history is. My skin Dr. was female, very sexy, and also used the giant magnifying glass to study my skin. No granny panties for me ;).
    Great story, and I fully support your public service announcement: get checked!

  40. Kristan Hoffman

    — Then he added, “Can I pop it? Because that’s why I became a dermatologist, I love to pop pimples.” —
    LOL EW. Yeah, I’m not sure how that affects his hotness factor, since I haven’t actually seen him, but omg I don’t even know how you could stand this. I’d want my dermatologist to be the ugliest female I’d ever seen — albeit with the nicest skin.

  41. Kristan Hoffman

    — Then he added, “Can I pop it? Because that’s why I became a dermatologist, I love to pop pimples.” —
    LOL EW. Yeah, I’m not sure how that affects his hotness factor, since I haven’t actually seen him, but omg I don’t even know how you could stand this. I’d want my dermatologist to be the ugliest female I’d ever seen — albeit with the nicest skin.

  42. Kristan Hoffman

    — Then he added, “Can I pop it? Because that’s why I became a dermatologist, I love to pop pimples.” —
    LOL EW. Yeah, I’m not sure how that affects his hotness factor, since I haven’t actually seen him, but omg I don’t even know how you could stand this. I’d want my dermatologist to be the ugliest female I’d ever seen — albeit with the nicest skin.

  43. Heather

    I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes! Ha ha! He became a derm to pop pimples! Oh I can picture the whole thing. You made my day!

  44. Heather

    I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes! Ha ha! He became a derm to pop pimples! Oh I can picture the whole thing. You made my day!

  45. Heather

    I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes! Ha ha! He became a derm to pop pimples! Oh I can picture the whole thing. You made my day!

  46. Judi

    Going through infertility for 7 years made me lose all sense of humility in front of doctors. I got so used to stripping below the waist that I had to be careful when I went to the dentist….
    I have noticed many more freckles and other spots appearing lately, so I guess it’s time for a dermatology appointment! Thanks for giving me the incentive to make that call.

  47. Judi

    Going through infertility for 7 years made me lose all sense of humility in front of doctors. I got so used to stripping below the waist that I had to be careful when I went to the dentist….
    I have noticed many more freckles and other spots appearing lately, so I guess it’s time for a dermatology appointment! Thanks for giving me the incentive to make that call.

  48. Judi

    Going through infertility for 7 years made me lose all sense of humility in front of doctors. I got so used to stripping below the waist that I had to be careful when I went to the dentist….
    I have noticed many more freckles and other spots appearing lately, so I guess it’s time for a dermatology appointment! Thanks for giving me the incentive to make that call.

  49. EricaB

    Too funny 🙂
    My embarrassing doctor story:
    Soon after my youngest was born I returned to my OB for the post pregnancy pap. My OB (a man, obviously), after inserting the speculum, announces “it’s no doubt why you had two c-sections, you’re built like a teenager down here”…
    No joke.
    Needless to say, I have never been back to him – and that isn’t even because DH killed him 🙂

  50. EricaB

    Too funny 🙂
    My embarrassing doctor story:
    Soon after my youngest was born I returned to my OB for the post pregnancy pap. My OB (a man, obviously), after inserting the speculum, announces “it’s no doubt why you had two c-sections, you’re built like a teenager down here”…
    No joke.
    Needless to say, I have never been back to him – and that isn’t even because DH killed him 🙂

  51. EricaB

    Too funny 🙂
    My embarrassing doctor story:
    Soon after my youngest was born I returned to my OB for the post pregnancy pap. My OB (a man, obviously), after inserting the speculum, announces “it’s no doubt why you had two c-sections, you’re built like a teenager down here”…
    No joke.
    Needless to say, I have never been back to him – and that isn’t even because DH killed him 🙂

  52. Jason

    This was choice! Too, too funny. At first I was wondering why in the hell don’t you do to the dermatoogist like, every week. But now I understand.

  53. Jason

    This was choice! Too, too funny. At first I was wondering why in the hell don’t you do to the dermatoogist like, every week. But now I understand.

  54. Jason

    This was choice! Too, too funny. At first I was wondering why in the hell don’t you do to the dermatoogist like, every week. But now I understand.

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