Have you ever worn something Sexy to the Doctors for a Gyno Exam ?
When my wife was younger and had a male gynecologist she would put extra makeup on and look like a bit of a tart. She also trimmed her pubic hair from her upper thighs just for the occasion. She had no "sexy"clothes but did do the makeup and trimming thing. Now she is older and has a female GP who serves as her gynecologist. She will have her "annual" next week, so I will see how that goes in terms of preparation. I don't expect anything special.
I read a Medical procedure leaflet once -it suggested that Ladies wear Stockings for a Gyno exam as they could be easily left on ! Which is sensible advice but I couldn't help thinking that it was a good excuse for some sexiness to brighten up the Doctors daily routine !.
The last thing I'm thinking of is dressing sexy for a gyn exam.
I can honestly say I actually dress down for those kind of appts. Easy to take off, easy to put back on. I know it sounds weird cause I know they will see the most intimate parts of me but once they tell me to take my clothes on and put on the gown, I feel like a time clock has started and I have to do it as fast as possible so I am not mid change when they knock on the door and want to come in
My wife doesn't wear anything sexy, she thinks there's nothing sexual about it, apart from exposing the most intimate parts and that too for the doctor (female) who only does the medical procedures and she goes to the same doctor every time who has seen her naked since teenage.
The only thing she considers is a dress which could be easily removed or worn at the time of changing.
Nope, definitely not
I definitely wore quite a few of my more cuter outfits to see my cute obgyn. 😃 I may or may not have bought a dress specifically to wear to see him. 😆
An older aunt of mine decided to 'freshen up' for her gyno appointment, giving herself a squirt of a spray borrowed from her young niece beforehand.
The gyno doctor said several times, 'You really shouldn't have gone to this effort!' My aunt didn't understand, but said nothing. Only afterwards, on closer inspection with a hand mirror, did she find that the spray was a glitter one.
My wife likes to keep her socks on when examined. This gives the guy with the speculum a little color while she clambers into the stirrups and spreads.
Details, please! 😈
I know I said Nope three weeks ago. I started thinking about it. What if someone thinks scrubs are sexy? Lol, I have been complemented on some of my scrubs but not sexy. I get oh those are cute. They are what I wear every day when I am at work. That is what I wear. Easy on and easy off. My sister, her girlfriend, and her girlfriend's niece all wear easy-on and easy-off clothes. Nothing sexy at all.
I wouldn't say i dress sexily but i do make an effort - something my partner has commented on!! xxx
My wife always puts on a good show. A cousin of hers is an ER doctor and after a few drinks told my wife an old med school proverb. "The prettier the patient the better the exam will be." So she helps make it a better exam. She even adds a pair of four and a halfr high heel. So day she says one of tdoctoes (all male) night have her keep them on for her time in the stirrups.. She comes from work so she can get away with it.
Answering my own question ! , My Wife wore pantyhose with slip on Boots and a Skirt with no underwear, she said it was easy to slip them off and lift up the Skirt for the Exam - quite a turn on for me and I couldn't wait to have my way later that evening !
A real medical exam is not for my pleasure. It is a business deal and is treated as such.
A play exam...that is a different thing.
I had a lady friend who encouraged her medical school son to consider gynecology as his speciality saying, “But Jeremy, you know how women love their gynecologist!”
Jeremy didn’t specialize in gyno but her comment that women love their gynecologist got me to thinking.
Why more women don’t dress sexually for their annual gyno exams?
Reading here it seems most women dread their gyno visit, dress down to clothing that is quick and easy to slip off.
It was great reading about the high heels remaining on for a trip to the stirrups.
Definitely never dressed “sexy” for the gyno. Anyone who does probably needs to learn to separate their fantasies from reality. But I definitely dress nice for doctor appointments. Just like I’d dress nice when meeting with an accountant or an attorney. Of course for an annual exam, it’s all going to be stripped off anyway so it hardly matters.
No use to dress sexy! You not gonna have any clothes on! Dress comfortable.
Even the thought of a Female " dressing down" For A Gyno appointment is quite a turn on , watching her put on some "easy off " Items such as Leggings without Panties , knowing that they will soon be removed for her exposure to a Male Doctor in some cases !
Okay how about this one :
What about dressing that way for a play exam ? Doctor or patient ?
What about dressing that way for a play exam ? Doctor or patient ?
@Dr_Fireman There is a question for this topic. Another one is not needed. Though some ladies have answered that question on their own.
I feel I must apologies. I had not written my response to the question of dressing for a gynecologist appointment with the intention of upsetting anyone. I was unaware, as a member here pointed out, that “A real medical exam is not for my pleasure. It is a business deal and is treated as such.” I think that I was given a way out at least when that member added a caveout for me to save face by simply say I was referring to a play exam. Well, my wife has never had a play exam. As I can attest to with a rather large stack of medical bills that I have had to pay. So, no I was not referring to Play Exams. My wife does not regard her visits to the now Five doctor Ob/Gyn group (all male) as a business deal. My wife wishes me to inform any readers, that she has not nor does in general, not conduct business deals with her bra and panties resting on a chair while she is asked to get in the stirrups and scoot her bottom farther down to the exam tables edge. My wife, Carol, also asked me to mention that she feels she at this time does not need to seek professional help with the understanding the difference between Fantasies and Reality. Oh I have observed she does dress differently when going to her attorney and accountant. They are the same gender and age group. Her accountant goes to the same Ob/Gyn group as she does. I will end with this venting of my spleen and add I am sorry if it upset anyone. Was not my intention.
You did not offend me. My comment...
I was unaware, as a member here pointed out, that “A real medical exam is not for my pleasure. It is a business deal and is treated as such.”
Was meant to say a gyno visit is not for my pleasure or enjoyment, but is for keeping my health in proper order. It is an appointment to keep at specific time periods. Similar to yearly health exams and doing yearly taxes. But with way less clothes on. It is not a date with my sub with intentions for activity after.
No way did I misunderstand that you meant anything but an actual gyno visit.
I fail to see why any woman would dress sexily for a gyn appointment. The majority of the time I am sure she is already undressed by the time the doctor, male or female, walks into the exam room.. and is seldom seen clothed by the doctor. I would think the most important thing would be to have on something that is easy to get off... and easy to get back into at the end of the exam/procedure.
I’m not sure “dressing sexily” is the proper description, but I can say this with definitive certainty. My wife prefers male gynecologist and has on many occasions gotten a pedicure right before her exam. On the evening (or morning) before her exam she usually takes a bath and tidies up her pubes by shaving and trimming. For a long time she was a stay at home mom, so shorts, sweatpants and t-shirts were her “normal” everyday attire, but she NEVER, EVER went to see her gynecologist dressed that way. She didn’t exactly put on high heels and an evening gown, but she often put on a sun dress or a skirt and blouse and dressed very “professionally”. She ALWAYS did her hair and makeup beforehand and she often sprayed a little extra squirt of perfume under her skirt. (Yes, I actually saw her do that too)! And having accompanied her to many an OB/GYN appointment I can say that although there are some women in the waiting room wearing sweat pants and T-shirts there are usually also plenty of ladies who appear to me to be very professionally dressed. On several occasions when she was not there for her annual (I.e. no breast exam was necessary and she only had to strip from the waist down), she'd usually just take off her sandals and slips her panties off (always hiding them in her purse) but leave her skirt or dress in place. She usually hikes it up around her waist and covers herself with the drape.
Three things occur to me on this topic. First, three quarters of practicing GYNs are now female so might not be impressed, tho most people appreciate others who have made an effort to dress well. Second, we all have different ideas about what constitutes sexy dressing. For example, for me that would mean tight jeans. And third, the GYN will likely see little if anything of the patient in street clothes. So I appreciate the effort but not sure to what end
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