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Kimberly
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Posted - 08/23/2004 :  08:58:54 AM  Show Profile  Send Kimberly a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Most medical professionals are "professional". In my years of having an all over tan, and being shaved, I have never had my gynecologist or nurses ever stare or make a comment about my body.

Kim =^.^=



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pilot
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Posted - 08/23/2004 :  8:39:06 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Let me restate. EMS, police, firemen, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals have seen it all and don't care whether people are shaved, scarred or wear jewelry in piercings. We truly do not remember surface features such as this from one day to the next. And we surely do not discuss your tatoos and so on. It's just not professional.

If there is anything we notice, it's whether someone keeps physically fit. The obesrvation is clinical and prognostic. People who stay fit tend to have fewer health problems and tolerate emergencies a lot better. As a surgeon, what matters to me is how my patients recover. Conditioned patients with more muscle than fat do better than deconditioned patients without lean muscle mass. Staying in the best shape possible consistemt with your underlying conditions demonstrates that you manage health risks well, and causes all of us in health care to smile.




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FireProf
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Posted - 08/24/2004 :  9:14:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
gospel,

Been a firefighter for over 27 years. To say that that kind of talk doesn't happen at the firehouse is a lie. It does, but what is different now than before when I was a young rookie, is that many of us in the fire service are tatooed, shaved, pierced, etc. so if you open the door and begin making fun of someone we went on in a medical emergency, you have to contend with a Boss, Fire Captain, that will stop that type of conversation. In most cases...this type of conversation rarely happens because most of us are professionals.



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Bikeracer
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Posted - 08/29/2004 :  08:08:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I simply am posting here to agree with all...Being sans tan lines or smooth fundamentally doesn't matter.
As an aside, I'm thankful I had the forethought to freeze some of this year's strawberry harvest so I can have a Chilean banana and pacific northwest strawberry smoothie for 'breaky' this morn'.
Signed,
The Blender guy



Nude in the pacific northwest



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gospel
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Posted - 08/29/2004 :  10:04:29 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bikeracer,
I like your way of thinking and fireproof I do appreciate your insight. I get more comfortable all the time with the smoothie and now that I am getting the skin a little more broke in I have less trouble with the strawberry and banana smoothie.

gospel



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Bikeracer
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Posted - 08/31/2004 :  12:13:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
<Laughing with gospel>...Good one!

Nude in the pacific northwest



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chic
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Posted - 09/18/2004 :  3:07:23 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I'm shaver for over 25 years. I used to let it grow back before my annual exams. A number of years ago I had an unplanned trip to the emergency room. I was completely shaved down below. The docs and nurses who treated me never mentioned or commented on my smooth state. From that point on , I never let the hair grow back for my annual exams.And the doctors and nurses at the offfice have never commented either.

Also, since then I also frequent o/c beaches sans hair. I think I'm over being concerned about being seen without pubic hair.

Chic



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later
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Posted - 04/29/2005 :  3:45:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have had a medical problem for the last two years. Let's say it's where the sun usually don't shine. I have seen multi-doctors,nurses etc., no one has ever commented on my all over tan or being smooth. Who do you think would look like an idiot if a comment was made? I'm sure medical people have seen weirder stuff then a good tan and smooth shave.


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nudetoo
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Posted - 04/29/2005 :  4:26:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As a paramedic, we have to expose areas of a patient when its necessary, but its only to examine and treat injuries, we have too, its our job, I have never heard of anyone making fun of any thing we see, and I could fill a good sized book with what I'v seen. shaved, colored, pierced, braided, tanned or even painted ( now that is a long story )


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Cookie
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Posted - 04/29/2005 :  8:39:10 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I know when I went to the Doctor I was nervous as to what he might say, but not a word.
I have a tatoo on my thigh which is very high up on the leg. My nipples are pierced, and also my belly button. Also, at the time I went to him I had not "shaved in almost 3 years", and my wife had used "Ferria" the week before and I was a "brillant copper" color.

Not a word.

Let's hear it for cool MD.

I know my wife has gone to her MD and having her nipples pierced and navel pierced and also some other private parts pierced, and her pubic area a "Pearl White", which she had not shave in over 3 years, and her MD did no say a word.

Now that she has starting to trim and shave, she tells me that her MD will be shocked the next time she see her.

Let's her it for a cool MD.

Cookie




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Ketchummaine
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Posted - 04/30/2005 :  06:42:46 AM  Show Profile  Visit Ketchummaine's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by nudetoo

As a paramedic, we have to expose areas of a patient when its necessary, but its only to examine and treat injuries, we have too, its our job, I have never heard of anyone making fun of any thing we see, and I could fill a good sized book with what I'v seen. shaved, colored, pierced, braided, tanned or even painted ( now that is a long story )


You forgot to mention that EMS personnel are prohibited by law from discussing patients. There is a $20,000 HIPAA fines per occurrance.
Have a GREAT Day!
Kevin
EMT-B



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Timo
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Posted - 05/27/2005 :  04:33:38 AM  Show Profile  Send Timo an AOL message  Send Timo an ICQ Message  Send Timo a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
As a result of my health problem, fibromyalgia, I am quite frequently seen by different/new doctors. Never once, either in the States (I did a week at the Mayo Clinic) or here in Italy has there ever been a reaction to my being almost completely shaved. And although I only have just a small 'postage stamp' that is trimmed almost to the skin, I still see at the beach than I have more hair than many. Total male genital shaving seems to be very popular here.


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chic
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Posted - 05/27/2005 :  09:59:44 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Timo,

Like you , I've been removing my pubic hair for years, but all of it. And, I too have been seen by many medical people without any of them comenting on my lack of pubic hair.

While many people are still natural, there are many, many more who are trimming their pubes and many more who are fully shaved smooth. Obviously, I prefer the latter.

By the way, welcome to the forum Timo.

Chic

Keep it smooth !



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vealj
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Only once in the 20 years that I've been seen by doctors and nurses has the subject ever come up. Two nurses arrived to prep me for surgery by shaving my groin area and were surprised to find it already shaved clean. They thanked me for having the foresight to do it myself. We do what we can.

Take care and ...
Keep it Bare !!!
- veal
http://www.vealj.com/naturist.html



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pilot
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Posted - 05/29/2005 :  9:14:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Since I last commented on this thread 10 months ago, I have seen some changes among my patients--both elective and emergent. Amoung young and middle aged patients, I can't recall the last tan line (admittedly, most are salon tans) and at least half of the women and at least a quarter of the men are shaving completely. Among seniors 65+, there are still fairly frequent "shavers". This is in a general population, not selected for those who attend naturist beaches etc. I do not think anyone should worry about absent tan lines or any sort of hair removal at this juncture. It has become "mainstream".


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