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    Testicular Exam Gender Preference
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    An_267618 posted:
    I may have something on my genitals that could be bad. I'm almost certain it is nothing. I would like to go to my primary health care and just check to be sure, but I don't want to unless I get examined by a woman because I would feel very uncomfortable if a man was touching down there.
    Although I am 18 the primary health care seems mostly for kids, so:
    1.Would the nurses be able to do an exam at a place that is mostly for younger people?
    2.Would they be okay with me requesting a woman because of how uncomfortable I would be?


    *Yes I am aware it can be serious and blah blah blah. I would just like to know about my questions please.


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