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In the U.S.A., two kinds of doctors do that work: 1. ophthalmologist (M.D., a medical doctor specializing in diseases of the eye) 2. optometrist (O.D., doctor of optometry…) For the training, qualifications, and services of an O.D., visit the related link below. NOTE: Do not confuse the O.D., doctor of optometry with D.O., Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. 3. an Iridologist ... Iridology is the method of diagnosing body health through one's eyes...
Should you see a doctor about what looks like a varicose vein on your penis that suddenly appeared about a week ago?
Answer Probably a good idea. Would also recommend abstaining from sexual activity until the doc checks it out.
no..how is that possible..lol
Yes you do as at 'that moment' it is his "title". Interestingly enough I happen to be both a doctor and a Doctor. I have a PhD which makes me a Doctor (big D) and I am, in… England, a "doctor" as in I'm a licensed medical doctor (a physician). In the United Kingdom a medical doctor is called Doctor because he 'is' a medical doctor. Here we graduate medical school with a bachelors degree in medicine and surgery [an MBBS rather than an MD], we do not graduate with a "doctorate" in medicine (ie: an MD, which in the UK and most of the World means that one has a doctorate level degree (ie: a PhD) in medicine). Whereas in North America people who graduate from medical school actually have what is called a "professional doctorate" and not a true "research" doctorate. Only a person with a true research doctorate is "entitled" by law to the title "Doctor" even in social life (ie: every day life), a person who "is" a medical doctor has the title "Doctor" because that is what they do for a living. The difference is that when I receive my phone bill I am allowed by law to be called Dr. X, (because I have a true doctorate) whereas my brother (who is a medical doctor also, but doesn't have a PhD) must, by law, be called Mr. X on his phone bill. He can only be called "Doctor" when he is at work, because he "only" has a Bachelors degree (albeit in medicine and surgery). In the United States they tend to confuse the two and call any one who is a "medical doctor" as "Doctor" even when they are NOT at work. This is technically wrong. A true "Doctor" is someone who has actually done a PhD level doctorate at a university as a graduate student rather than someone who is "merely" a doctor because of what they do for a living. Interestingly, "Doctor" is a Greek word that translates into English as "Teacher" which is what we both do either as Doctor or a doctor. As a Doctor we teach students, as a doctor we teach patients about health. But, to get back to your original question, when addressing your medical doctor (or Physician as we are really known) you do call him Doctor not because he is a PhD but because he "is" a doctor (little D) whilst he/or she is attending to your medical needs. Ultimately, it is a courtesy title because of "what they do" and not "because of what they ARE". Confusing, I know :) Good Luck. Hi, I think that the previous answer is a bit off base. The title "Doctor" is reserved for those who have a doctoral degree. It doesn't matter if it is a PhD, EdD, MD, or any other doctoral degree. The word "doctor" in modern English has also come to be synonymous with "physician", at least colloquially. In the United States all physicians have doctoral degrees, so they are called Dr. So-and-So and they are, by profession, doctors. By tradition, in the US, lawyers do not go by "Doctor", even though they have a doctoral degree (JD), instead they affix the title "esquire" to the end of their names. So whereas a physician might be called "Dr. Gordon", a lawyer would be called "Dan Gordon, esq." As to whether or not your capitalize the word "doctor", the question isn't really clear to me. When you use the abbreviation "Dr.", you always capitalize it. If you simply call you doctor "doctor", then you don't capitalize it because it's a simple noun. This is the same as if you called your priest "father" or an army soldier "sergeant". Hope that helps.
SOME doctors, with your parents's consent, circumcise your penis.
Wait... you want to report him because he complimented you??
well i hope u can see it. it is in your pants...
No. Not unless you took a permanent marker and wrote "I had intercourse" on your penis.
If you was a doctor and someone said can you look at my boys penis i think hes produced his sperm what would you do?
I would say that its perfectly normal for a male to produce sperm, and have a talk with you about male puberty.
It is known as the genitalia being left intact. There isn't a name for it. Circumcision is the process of cutting the skin off. There are terms for penises that haven't been… circumcised however; intact, natural, and uncircumcised are common terms. The informal terms cut and uncut also refer to circumcision status.
Of course they can! Doctors will always try to help you out best they can.
Yes. Doctors are trained to look at every part of your body. They can help you with any problem you may have and can even detect some problems you may not know you have. And y…ou don't have to be worried about being embarrassed or that they will pass judgement. Doctors have seen tons of penises and will not make you feel like a freak. If you have a concern about any part of your body, including your penis, I urge you to ask your doctor about it. That is what they are there for.
a doctors outlook is basically what they do as a doctor.
A dentist, or a Orthadonist.
Yes, Coca-Cola makes them bigger, Iron bru makes your pubes ginger too
Because of the Latin roots in the word ology means study of and nephro means related to kidneys