I sure most nurses have seen male patients get erections on occasion during an exam or procedure. I wonder how they react or if they say or do anything about it when they occur. I have an aunt who was an "old school" nurse who is now retired but worked as an RN in hospitals during the 60s and 70s.
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Go on. But the average day involves very few weird and wacky cases. I fell into sexual health after working in South Africa and wanting to get experience in HIV nursing.
The modern-day Florence Nightingale constantly faces verbal and physical abuse. They are also emotionally blackmailed and threatened. If not, we will feel frustrated and vengeful, and ultimately get burned out and leave the job," she says. She explains: "Some patients like to make nurses go out of their way to buy them their favourite food.
This story is over 5 years old. Oct 2am. From seven in the morning to seven in the evening, she checks out cocks.
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When she exam on the teaching patient and told me about how she palpated the penis it was a bit awkward. I think it is more her excitement which I hope is just because doing those types of exams is new. View related questions: her ex.
I went in for a prostate exam and when the doctor was performing it, I ejaculated. When I was 18 I had a lump on one of my testicles. Scary shit for an year-old boy or anyone, really.
By bfactorMay 25, in Off Topic. So, I go to the urologist pretty often, because of my pelvic nerve pain disorder, and the first thing they always make everyone do when they call you in from the waiting room is they ask you to go use the bathroom to empty your bladder as completely as you can. Then, after that you go to the examining room, and a nurse checks your bladder emptiness with this gadget that she pokes against your bladder, like kinda like a microphone shaped thing that she pushes hard against the front of your bladder, basically right where your pubes end at the top of your pubes, right there.
Last week, Denver7 news reported that five nurses at Denver Health Medical Centerwere suspended for allegedly mocking the unusually large package of a patient who died in their facility. When we heard this story, we had one question: how common is this sort of thing, really? So are they regularly checking out their patients' junk?