Hey everyone I am new to this but, really have been interested in joining in the discussions. I am wondering if there is anyway to make a doctor see you naked during a physical. I don't know if this sounds weird or not but I just love being naked and letting others see me naked too. Also, how old do you have to be before you can ask for a rectal exam and if you know any other ways to get nude please inform me (other than the gym locker room).
Unless you strip before the doctor enters. The doctor will have you remove or not remove your clothes. As he selects what to exam. You can make a request. But they prefer not to have to view every guy's ugly body. Rectal normaly 50. But you could request. Are you receiving anal sex? We do not know your area. But you can be nude anywhere it would not be illegal. Research resorts, nudist area, spa, nude swimning, etc. in your area. Also beware some are not for staight males. Others requires couples.
I love getting naked at the Dr also, but mine does not have me undress ahead of time. Ask the nurse or whoever gets you setup in the exam room. Ask for a gown so you can undress, then just drape the gown over you and when the Dr comes into the room, move it of you ad place it on the table so you are completely naked!! If they don' offer a own and tell you to remain dressed, just ask your Dr to check your penis or testicals, and when he/she wants to check just remove your pants completely. You'll be naked from the waste down at least! I've had recal exams during my 30s. I think some Drs like to check to be sure everything is ok. I much prefer "hands on" types who want to see more than a chart from blood work.
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ASK your friends and family. Its great to be together with friends.
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Another way is to visit some men's spa. There are many in Los Angeles area that offer sauna, steam bath, pool, etc where everyone is required to be nude. I'm very interested to try it out but too shy as I'm not as comfortable naked in public as others.
the doctor i go to when you do your yearly exam they have nurse give ya a robe and when nurse leaves i put robe on and when doctor comes in and does his exam he will have me undo my robe and let it fall to the ground and i become nude as he checks my heart and chest and he checks my penis area out and skin and checks for skin cancer and all that and after he is done he says put clothes back on and then nurse comes back in and gives me last few details and then i leave. one time the nurse came in to soon and happen to see my bare butt i did not mind i feel they see butts everyday lol
yea one time i stayed nude cause i knew female nurse would return to see her reaction it was funny she walked in and was like oh my your still naked i am sorry i am like you can look i dont mind. i could see she was trying to look but was not sure if she should look. it was funny
Wearing a sweatshirt and loose pants with nothing under either will give you that nude feeling more often. As for being seen nude, find a friend with a hot tub or plan overnight stays where you can sleep nude or at the very least walk around nude before and after a shower.
I agree with tylakeland. I relish my time in the sauna in my gym and go in there naked all the time. My issue everyone else is not so that makes me a bit self consious if I am not alone. Why is that here in the south?
I don't think its just the south. I have noticed what many others have noticed, that many men under 50 or so aren't as comfortable with nudity. (Especially nudity without being drunk.) Not to say that all men over a certain age are okay with it. There are many factors that feed this fear, but it is really nice when you have a buddy who likes to get naked as well and you can relax, have fun, compare and so forth, just another fun way to bond.
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