My interest in med play didn’t specifically start with a medical scenario, but I recently remembered an experience I had as a child that I think was the origin.
I had a friend in preschool who introduced me to a “game” she invented. In the game we would stand up and take turns pulling our pants and underwear to our knees, exposing our genitals to each other, while the other person looked and counted the seconds. Whoever could stand there the longest before they got too embarrassed and pulled up their pants was the “winner.” I don’t remember who “won” these games but I do remember feeling a mixture of discomfort and excitement at someone staring at me exposed from the waist down that I think probably let to my interest in examinations and exposure.
Later, still as a child, I would play this game by myself. I’d pull my pants down to my knees and imagine people looking at me. I’d imagine they told me I couldn’t pull my pants back up even if I really wanted to, no matter what happened or who was looking. This was so exciting and scary. Unfortunately it got too real once, my grandmother walked in on me with my pants down at age 6 or 7 and I was so humiliated by the fantasy situation becoming real that I didn’t do it again for a long time. She didn’t yell at me or get mad but her startled reaction told me it was wrong and we never talked about it.
After that I sort of forgot about it all. Although I do remember when getting physicals as a kid and teenager, I’d get a little thrill when the doctor would peek in my underwear and palpate my lower abdomen by my pubic bone.
It wasn’t until later in life that I put it all together and started investigating my fetishes in earnest. It’s been fun to realize what excites me and why.