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Can you show your penis to a doctor?
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 you 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.
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SOME doctors, with your parents's consent, circumcise your penis.
Of course they can! Doctors will always try to help you out best they can.
The doctor would be a urologist.
For the same reason a doctor has to look at the rest of you mate. He needs to make sure you healthy (Yes that includes down there.) Doctors are looking and feeling for deformi…ties such as testicular cancer. I don't know about you but I'd rather have a doctor check it for 2 second than to have cancer and not know it.
The only proven way to permanently increase penis size is through surgery. A doctor can do the surgery, which will make your penis bigger but it won't change your genetics, me…aning that it won't affect the penis size of your children.
It sounds like there is another question or concern behind this question. Here's the deal. There is really not such thing as a "penis exam." Assuming that you are old enough t…o ask the question, you have been alive long enough to have been to the doctor many times for regular check up's. From the time you are born until you are dead, your doctor will be evaluating your penis as part of any general physical exam. The only time you would have just your penis examined is if you were having some sort of specific problem with your penis in which case you would go to a special doctor, called a Urologist, who specializes, if you can believe it, in dealing with that part of your body. They also deal with the inside parts you can't see, too. It seems like there might be some concern or potential embarrassment about having your penis examined by your doctor. Any respectable doctor is going to be sensitive to concerns about a patients feelings during an exam that includes the penis. Doctor's are interested in getting the job done not in spending any more time than absolutely necessary looking at your penis. And remember this, you may not have a lot of people looking at or touching your penis, the doctor will have seen hundreds, if not thousands or more. So, it's not nearly as big a deal to them as it is for you. Also, if you are especially nervous or have some concerns about the exam, speak up and let your health care provider know. And boys, if you aren't comfortable having a female provider check out your privates, speak up and let them know. Also, and this is always an area of fear for guys, especially young guys, don't worry about having an erection (boner) during an exam. Every health care provider knows that you are worried about it and they also know that it happens all the time, especially when you are young or in the middle of puberty and having someone poke around down there. They will generally reassure you that it is perfectly normal and proceed with the exam in a professional way and not embarrass you in any way. Lastly, if you don't feel comfortable with what the provider is doing or feel like they are doing something they should, speak up. Let them know your concerns and they should respond appropriately. If they don't and you feel like you've been violated, talk to your parents or another trusted adult who should be able to help you sort through what has happened and decide if you should take any further action. Also, some young guys prefer to have a parent, most often their father, with them during any exam that includes the genitals.
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no..how is that possible..lol
Yes, doctors are trained how to check a penis for many different things.
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Studies have shown that only 15% of all physicians have seen their patients' penis of adult males. This is because adult medicine is problem oriented, not head to toe. If the …patient complains of a certain ailment that is related to the penis or any area surrounding it, for example: a hernia, then the doctor will examine the area and see the penis. That being said, a female doctor will examine a man's penis, and especially a child's penis, for the same routine reason: to rule out any deformities or other ailments related thereto. With this many times that doctors have seen several penises and female genitalia, they don't have the time to get all excited over their anatomy and physiology, even though as a physician I concede that no two genitalia look exactly the same. And some do warrant closer examination.
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You should see a urologist However a GP should be able to help you to start with.
I wonder if you should call it 'feeling', it's examining and that may include palpation or if you prefer 'feeling'. But it's a part of examination and doctor is doing it p…rofessionally without any enjoyment. Why there should be any question about it?