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lol - come on now. I'm half serious here (I think;)If I have to go to the gynecologist every year and answer personal questions, such as those concerning my sexual activity, from puberty onward, why don't men have to disrobe in front of a doctor of the opposite sex every year and 'confess'?I actually stopped going to the gynecologist two years ago for this reason.
A question for the men - if you did go for a check-up, would you prefer to be seen by a male or female doctor?
I would only feel uncomfortable if a female doc got out a magnifying glass and asked 'Where is it?'
No, of course not, it would be stupid.Since prostate problems are very rare before middle age they only start screeening after that.Cervical cancer can happen just about any time after puberty so it makes sense to start screnning then.Did you really need to be told that?
"What about testicular cancer? Is that rare before middle age?"It would be odd to expect testicular cancer to be detected by prostate testing.
Health campaigns encourage men to check their testes- this is easy enough- most men know where they are and so on. Pap testing is different from that point of view.
And are you trying to tell me I don't know where my cervix is? Because trust me, I feel it daily as I'm single - remember?
By the way, I don't believe you're not circumcised. Prove it.