I remember about 10 years ago I received a letter from my GP surgery asking me to book an appointment for an asthma check up. I have very mild asthma and wouldn't normally have bothered however at the time I was having some issues with wheezing so I thought I might as well book it. When I went for the appointment it was with this absolute stunner of a nurse. Mid to late 20s blonde great figure. She took me into the consultation room and asked me how I had been and I told her OK but I was having some issues with wheezing. She had me do a peak flow test which was low and then said OK based on the peak flow and the fact you told me your wheezing I'd like to get someone in to listen to your chest. She spent about 5 minutes phoning the Doctors but none were available so I actually said to her can you not do it? She said no I'm not qualified to listen to your chest let me try someone else. She eventually got through to one of the Doctors who said they could come round. About 2 or 3 minutes later this young male Doctor came in and introduced himself (Dr Habib if i remember rightly). The nurse explained to him my peak flow was low and I'd been wheezing. The Doctor said OK can you take your shirt off for me and ill have a listen. At this point I fully expected the nurse to leave the room but she remained. The Doctor put his stethoscope on my heart and his arm on my shoulder and told me to breathe normally. He moved it around in several places then moved onto my back and got me to take some deep breaths. He also did some tapping on my back.He then put his hand on my back and said can you bend over a couple of times which I did and as I did he put the stethoscope back on my heart. I looked up at the nurse and she smiled at me and at one point said your doing really well. I had this feeling of being somewhat vulnerable yet also found it quite exciting. Anyone else had something like this?