Urologist -- Male or Female?

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby oldbeek » Sun Jun 17, 2018 1:08 am

My dermatologist who mostly deals with acne and skin beautification hires all these young ladies with perfect bodies and skin. Some don't look to be 18 yr old. At times there is one teaching the ropes to the another. Well I have this persistent skin problem on my glans. Skin is skin. I am uncomfortable dropping my shots with them in the room. My dr knows I am getting an implant because I was concerned with the possible rubbing of my larger unit. He does not understand why an implant would make a difference. Next appointment I will go in partially pumped to show him and them the difference an implant makes.
78, good health, RP 7-2017, all nerves taken , PSA 0.05, 4-18,, .08 11/18,.07 1/19,.05 4/19, .06 2/20 Pain with trimix, implant 4-18, Infra-pubic, AMS lgx 15 cm with 5cm rte. Implant at USC Keck. Dr Boyd and Dr Loh Doyle 6 x 4.5

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby strongagain » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:37 am

My female urologist handled my dick, I looked at her clearly visible labia - my dick stayed limp. Well, that wasn’t my best day... Soon after that I made inquiries about penile implants.
70, ED since 2007 (colon cancer)
08 2015 Titan Zero Degree 22 cm + 3 cm RTE
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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby BadGrandpa » Sun Jun 17, 2018 3:03 pm

Male or female made no difference to me, I chose a urologist based on my own research and the surgeon's experience. I joked to my wife after meeting with my surgeon the first time that he must have had a thing for me. Within 10 minutes of meeting him, he squeezed my nuts and stuck his finger in my butt. :lol: All of the initial testing at my dr (the ultrasound, injection etc) was done by a female nurse.
49 years old, married 29 years, type 1 diabetic since 12, battling ED since 18. Triple bypass in 2010. AMS 700 Implanted 5/14/18 by Dr Cornell in Houston TX.

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby Donnie1954 » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:13 pm

There are stories on here where a female surgeon could have cared less if you lost length. I want a surgeon with a dick.
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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby RelievedofED1 » Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:02 am

My struggle to get someone to help with my ED beyond “you are getting old” and you are on pills get used to it was because I wasnt seeing the right doctors. Even though I had issues ever since a bike accident I had been to uncomfortable to ask for help and since the injury was before puberty always assumed my ED was “normal”. When I got older and became a physician I realized my normal wasnt the norm and began to ask as therapies like Viagra became available in my 40’s. The urologists I saw were all male and older so maybe also suffering ED and assumed it was the new baseline. The first female I saw must have been trained by old white guys because she poopooed the idea of injections as a next step. It wasnt til the next urologist after a move (female) who without blinking an eye referred me for injections asking why I hadnt been offered before. After that she referred me for an implant but her group doesnt do a lot of them and had a higher infection rate so I went to Dr Kramer and the rest is history. A positive history I might add.

Bottom like the right urologist for you isnt male or female but is the urologist that you feel comfortable with and is knowledgeable about all the therapies for ED or whatever your issue is and is willing to refer for things that they dont do often enough to be good at,
63 year old with ED intermittently for years and consistently for the 2 years before my implant procedure. Tried all the treatments. AMS CX 21cm plus 1 cm RTEs implanted by Dr Kramer April 29, 2015. Great choice for me both the implant and surgeon.

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby roksolid » Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:44 am

strongagain wrote:My female urologist handled my dick, I looked at her clearly visible labia - my dick stayed limp. Well, that wasn’t my best day... Soon after that I made inquiries about penile implants.

Labia or not, if she otherwise looked something like Quasimodo, I'd have given you a pass. Men are visual creatures, after all.
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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby bldoink » Wed Jun 20, 2018 4:37 pm

My GP a few years back, who had done my prostate checks and even did stitches in my dick once, was an attractive petite lady. I still had a prostate at the time and everything worked fine. She's also the doctor that 1st noticed something was going on and referred me to my first Uro.

Anyhow, I have chronic back issues and I'd asked her for an adjustment while on a regular visit (She's an osteopath and still does a few). She did the adjustment and started discussing exercises she wanted me to do for my back. She proceeded to lie down on the carpet to demonstrate. She laid on her back with knees bent and proceeded to do pelvic thrusts to demonstrate the exercise. It was everything I could do to keep from asking for another demonstration or two or three. She then went on to other things, bloodwork etc. and in the process asked how my libido was. I guess she was noticing my T score was kinda low. Again , I had to bite my tongue to keep from telling he that her demonstration darn sure worked for me.

I kinda miss her but my insurance changed and I had to go elsewhere.
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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby OhioGuy » Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:10 am

My urologist is Male. I am just more comfortable that way. Most comfortable when time to drop underwear

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby MK1965 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:16 am

OhioGuy wrote:My urologist is Male. I am just more comfortable that way. Most comfortable when time to drop underwear

My urologists and dentists were and are always males.
Other specialties female docs are okay for me.

IPP 9/5/18; Coloplast TITAN OTR 18 cm 1cm RTE, Dr. Khera Baylor Houston,Prostate Ca at 51 y/o; RARP 11/2/16, ED Post RP, Cialis, Viagra, VED no usable erection, April 2017, TRIMIX painful, BIMIX tolerable but ineffective,lost 2+ inches of length after RP

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Re: Urologist -- Male or Female?

Postby DaveKell » Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:56 am

OhioGuy wrote:My urologist is Male. I am just more comfortable that way. Most comfortable when time to drop underwear

Ha ha. Imagine my surprise when a drop dead beautiful young Asian female doctor came into the exam room when I went in for 1st post implant examination. She told me she worked with my doctor and wanted to check the implant out. I dropped my pants and laid back on the table as she inflated me. All along she kept saying "this is really nice" about 3 or 4 times. She deflated me and said my doctor would be in shortly. I bit my tongue to keep from saying "wait a minute, didn't we just have a moment there?". I was very apprehensive after being told a nurse would also be activating me. I hoped it was a male nurse but it sure wasn't. I actually long ago got over any inhibitions about what medical staff see with me. After I spent five and a half months in a hospital bed with horrible complications from an abdominal surgery years ago I got very complacent about having anything being revealed when nurses came into my room. They had all seen me numerous times before with all the bed baths I was given so I looked at it like we're all old friends now anyway.
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