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Male Bodily Privacy Violation Cases

We have listed some cases where patient modesty was not respected in medical settings. If you have a case where your bodily privacy or wishes for an all same sex team were not respected and you'd like to share, you can fill out the patient modesty violation form.

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- Test From Mississippi
Date Submitted: 3/8/2024

When I found this site, I realized I was not an anomaly but that this type of thing had happened before to other men. Men are treated with no respect, modesty, or decorum by medical professionals and are often left powerless and humiliated in the name of medicine.

I had a testicular ultrasound and the experience was by far one of the worst experiences I have ever had. As a young "tuff" 30 year old guy, the female tech left me crying and throwing up, as a result of the pain she inflicted. As I walked into the procedure room, she told me to strip completely from the waist down and lay on the table. As I did this there was a blanket on the table so I covered myself. as she was booting up the machine she took the blanket off and tree in on a chair again exposing me but she was not ready to do the procedure. She was still dealing with the machine. Then she walked out of the room, leaving the door open to the hallway as people walked by, and I’m fully exposed on the table visible to all. I jumped off the table and grabbed the blanket and put it back over me. When she came back in, I addressed it and she said sorry like it was no big deal, as she again threw the blanket on the chair. She then did it again the exact same thing again walking out leaving the door open. Now I should have left but I was having an issue I needed my Dr. to be able to diagnose, so I stayed. I had never had this done before and didn’t like the treatment but didn’t know what was normal. This is my biggest regret. To top it off, while having the procedure and laying on the table in a tremendous amount of pain, she had her friend (another female) come in to talk about lunch plans and how long she was taking with my procedure. I was pissed and told her to get out. She did but left the door open again! This was all happening as I lay on the table holding back tears, fully exposed, with no dignity, modesty, or respect. She was flattening my testicle against my upper thigh. I was telling her it hurt and she was telling me no you're fine I have to get the picture. After it was over I went into the private bathroom in the waiting room and threw up. I was in so much pain, I could barely walk. I then got to my car and sat there and cried in pain by myself. I had to see the Dr. for an emergency visit the next day. When he saw the black and blues on my upper inner thigh, he asked if I fell off a bike or how I got hurt. I told him it was from ultrasound tech. He immediately asked, "Was it a female? Some of them get way too rough." I had to have an additional test because there was concern she ruptured my testicle. She should have been arrested for assault. I was young and stupid and times were different but this was in 2008.

Today, as a man in my mid 40's this incident still makes me angry and feeling victimized. The anger is both towards this so-called health professional and at myself for allowing her behavior to continue for as long as it did. I was young and stupid. I thought it was normal for it to hurt like that, until the doctor told me otherwise, but the doctor did tell me a lot of guys complain that some of the women are way too rough. He wasn’t surprised by my experience but he was extremely surprised and concerned by the bruises and swelling caused.

About a year ago, I required the procedure again. I live in northern Virginia, I called about 15 different places to find a male Tech, I could not find one here in Virginia. Then I called Maryland and Dc locations. I eventually found one place in DC with one male tech. It took me four weeks to get an appointment with him. with him. During this ultrasound, I was covered and at no time was I ever fully exposed. He treated me with understanding, dignity, and respect. In addition, there was absolutely no pain or pressure needed to conduct the test. I asked him to let me know when he had to press hard so I could prepare, and he looked at me like I was crazy. He said he never had to press at all and that he barely even had to touch me, as the scanning wand was just gliding on the jell. The entire thing too about 10 min. I walked out feeling more violated about by fist experience than I did before. Today, I would have that first tech charged with assault if it happened.

- Dave From Virginia
Date Submitted: 7/14/2023

Was take for an angiogram- handed a consent form on the way into the room- was completely naked in from of 6 young women including a student for a groin trim while they all stood there smirking. Later found out that the consent form I signed while heavily medicated and no glasses allowed them to take pictures/videos- hospital is refusing to confirm if any were taken

- Justin From Minnesota
Date Submitted: 5/6/2022

I wish I had discovered this website sooner, else I could have avoided the traumatic experience both my wife and I are still enduring. But, unfortunately, my unwavering trust and faith in medical personnel led me to unquestioningly follow their directives. I was ultimately coerced and manipulated into the most expensive, invasive, traumatic, and unnecessary experience possible.

I had a venous ablation outpatient procedure done in an o.r. The surgeon showed me in advance where she would be making small incisions: below the knee and a few inches above. I was horrified to learn after I got home after the procedure that the disposable underwear they had given me had been cut off and my entire abdominal region along with both sides of my groin had been shaved right up to my penis. Nobody ever mentioned that I was going to be exposed and shaved. I certainly did not consent to this. I further discovered that this procedure is more typically done across the country in a more relaxed office or surgical suite environment while using local anesthesia, including at the same hospital. I am absolutely livid to learn that I did not have to endure the traumatic experience of being sedated, including the use of Versed, in an operating room. I also would not have had to remove my underwear and endure the indignity of having my groin exposed and shaved. The surgeon never mentioned anything about the surgical suite option with local anesthesia. When I asked her during a follow up, she danced around the issue and said she didn’t need any distractions. Her only response was to ensure me that everyone in the operating room was a professional. It`s not about her or the individuals in the room. It`s about the fact that I was denied the right to control what happens to intimate areas of my body. Had I known of all of my options, I would never have agreed to let this surgeon at a university hospital perform this procedure. The hospital and university contend that I should have expected intimate access even though the procedure centered around my knee. This is absurd and completely unreasonable. Investigations also revealed that this surgeon typically gives her patients the option of having procedures done in a surgical suite without sedation at another location within the city, but that they were closed due to Covid. She never used that excuse when I asked her. Besides, my procedure was scheduled during a visit on January 30th, 2020, a month before Covid closed the facilities. When my procedure had to be rescheduled due to Covid, she could have given me the option to wait until they were open. But she did not. So this shows she never intended to offer me the option of a surgical suite without sedation. She blatantly lied about this and several other issues I brought up. Not only has my mental health severely declined as a result of my experience, it has triggered PTSD in my wife. She was molested by a doctor as a pre-teen, and now the sight of me causes flashbacks. Therefore, this surgeon and her staff have denied me the ability to protect myself, my wife, and our marriage by failing to properly and completely inform and prepare me for a surgery that didn`t even produce the results the doctor said it would anyway. I had to continue seeking medical assistance for my leg a year afterwards. My wife and I really hope a team of bold lawyers and law makers will step up and help people like us. Hospitals and the medical profession in general are in desperate need of sweeping reform that will protect individuals. Patients have no true recourse because the systems in place tasked for such an endeavor are corrupt.

Check out the blog about my experience.

- *John From Iowa
Date Submitted: 5/10/2021

i had open heart surgery and was told to watch a video of what to expect in pre op. the video was a complete deception as to what was going to happen. once inside the pre op doors my wife was lead off to a waiting room with no fore knowledge or explanation why they would be stripping me of my support person. my fear at this point only grew and i was lead to the prep area by myself. i was told to strip and get in a gown and was asked several questions including if i had any personal or faith based concerns and i told her yes i didn`t want to be seen or touched by a female intimately for religious reasons and that i was very modest at that she said that i needed to leave my modesty at the door. i was told at the doctors office not to shave my chest but no other shaving was mentioned. at that point I was told that my chest and genitals would be shaved and the moment she said that another women came though the curtain lifted my my covering exposed me without saying a word and began to shave me. i was humiliated and embarrassed and then suffered dissociative amnesia from the trauma of what was happening to me. later it became clear why my wife was not with me that would have been weird and awkward for them if my wife was there but it didn`t seam to matter to them how i felt. i suffer PTSD to this day because of that. they promise in their oath to do no harm yet they send broken people home

- jeffrey fox From virginia
Date Submitted: 12/12/2020

I entered the room where they prep you with 4 women. I was told to get undressed & put a robe on. They were waiting & looking at me to do it. I ask them to wait outside the door & they laughed then went out. I was told to remove my underwear. I did. When they come in I was told to lay back on the bed. One of the female nurses approached me with an electric razor and started to lift up my robe. 2 other women were still in the room watching. I ask for a male nurse and received no response. She leaned on me and tried to force the robe off my groin. I held the robe over my private parts & let her shave. She was very upset. She wanted me exposed. It was humiliating. I don`t understand why I wasn`t told to shave before I arrived. I could of done a better job of it & not be put thru all this. I was so mad & upset . 8 hours later I was told it was my turn. I was brought to the OR. 2 males & one female were in with me. I was told to lift my robe up by the female & I said no. I ask for her to leave while I was getting this done. When I ask them to keep me covered they put me to sleep. I ask that no students were to be in the room but I believe they were brought in after I was put to sleep. I also believe I was fully exposed during the surgery & did not need to be that way. When I awoke in my room my robe was up and a nurse was looking at my surgery. Needless to say it was one of the most humiliating experiences. The door to my room was left open for all that walked by to see in. It was my first surgery & did not know what to expect. I would advise all men to shave your groin if you are going in for any kind of surgery. Legs in & around your groin also. I wish I would of insisted on a male nurse. Very degrading experience.

- Steve Snook From Sebring Florida
Date Submitted: 6/5/2017

Nearly two years ago I underwent the most common of surgeries, a hernia repair. I followed all instructions and had no food or liquids before the 8am procedure. And according to ALL on-line surgical guidelines no bladder catheter is necessary if patient has emptied their bladder and has no other `indications`(medical reasons)for the cath (those apply in my case). But, after the surgery I had severe burning during urination and later during the follow-up office visit the surgeon reluctantly admitted that she ordered the catheter after anesthesia, then lied directly to my face about her reasoning. It turns out that catheterizing ALL patients is much easier and quicker that evaluating patients individually for the invasive and infection causing procedure. AND the hospital nursing staff LOVES the convenience if not having to assist patients to the restroom or bringing bedpans. A nurse is the usually the patients last line of defense to stop a doctor who strays from protocol. But in this case the O.R. nurses were personal friends with the surgeon, so they were not going to file any complaints. So I have complained to the hospital administration and the state medical licencesure board. The surgeon was reprimanded but still orders bladder catheters out of habit and personal preference.

- Jim L From Louisville, KY
Date Submitted: 12/3/2016

I had checked with a hospital and been assured a male prep nurse would get me ready for a bladder neck transurethral operation. When the female arrived and I informed her of my accommodation she flipped me off and said SHE would be doing it. Had this happened to a female with a male all hell would have broken loose. I was made to feel as if it were insignificant, even though the hospital assured me it was in a facility that large NO PROBLEM to get a male. I now know to REFUSE TREATMENT unless my direction was followed. I was in the OR, and my only alternative would have been to scream GET THE H... OUT...I now wish I had done exactly that. I filed a complaint with the state nursing board and NOT even a reprimand was issued...that despite my verbal direction to the woman, my WRITTEN OUT preference laying on top of my body as she stood over me and the hospital assuring me in advance I would have a male prep nurse. Worse yet-- While I was laying in the OR with legs up in stirrups fully exposed and conscious with a spinal, a woman the nurse knew came in the or and had a conversation with her obviously NOT about me in full sight of me exposed. Now? I WOULD SCREAM MY HEAD OFF..NEVER again will I be subjected to that kind of thing

- George Terrell From Alabama
Date Submitted: 12/28/2015

I was sexually abused by older sister when I was 4, she got in a lot of trouble from my parents and ever afterward projected her own anger and shame on me with physical and emotional abuse until I was twelve and could defend myself. Only then did the abuse stop. My worst fear is being naked and helpless in front of women - welcome to the healthcare system. I went into a deep depression after a previous hernia surgery - told myself it was due to everything but the real reason, I woke up naked with my pubic hair shaved off and also found that I had been catheterized without any knowledge or consent.

Sexual abuse is a gender franchise - granted (many women are victimized) but we totally ignore men like me. We die younger because we don`t want invasive care from the largely female healthcare system. I had an uncle refuse treatment for bladder cancer after a cystoscopy. He could have added ten years or so to his life but chose to die at home with a box that emitted some kind of electronic waves as his only treatment. I miss him like crazy.

- Kevin From Not Disclosed
Date Submitted: 12/16/2013

I was recommended to meet a new Doctor by two family members. I was taken into the exam room immediately and after my EKG was left sitting one hour listening to the Doctor thru the walls talking to other patients. Finally I heard him at the door and I heard him say oh its a physical. The Doctor did not walk into the room or introduce himself instead he pushed a student into the room laughed about it held up his pointer finger and told the student to remember the finger and walked away. I did not know what to do, do I make a scene, the student was soft spoken and I was more concerned about his feelings so I endured a 50 minute of exam. I realized during the exam he was doing it like a student practicing what he learned in school, I was appalled that a student was allowed to practice a male genital exam and a rectal exam, a complete internal without my consent and with out a doctor being present. When the Doctor finally came in 50 minutes later he sat with his back o me checked off the forms and said :well you have been poked and prodded enough you look healthy take care I am now in therapy dealing with the fact I was reduced to being a specimen for training pictures

- David From Florida
Date Submitted: 9/30/2013

I had a heart attack at work and was brought to Yale. The residents were very courteous and relatively concerned about my dignity. Not so the female surgeon who pulled up my gown and left me exposed, fortunately flacid, before several women and med students, all female. One of the residents who came in periodically (male), apparently embarrassed for me, eventually covered my penis with the sterilizing cloth. It was cold and wet and shocked me, but restored some dignity. It disappeared later after the local anesthetic set in and I was again left exposed. The tech (also a female MD) inserting the femoral artery cath for the stent never looked at my face or my genitals, that I noticed, but she had a silly, perhaps embarrassed grin on her face throughout the procedure. I later saw the female surgeon on a return trip to the hospital a month later. I was about to thank her for her help when she dangled her little pinky in the air in apparently reference to my condition at the time. I am fairly large when not flacid so I was mostly amused but, a man with less self esteem might have reacted badly, and a month after a heart attack to intentionally mock a patient shows her to be a very bad doctor and person. She is a Med School instructor as well so I dread what might have been `demonstrated to the `girls` had I been out and not just under a local, is very disconcerting.

- JB From Connecticut
Date Submitted: 8/14/2013

I entered St. Luke`s hospital for a follow-up angiogram. the previous angiogram was performed through my right wrist and it was determined by the nursing and physician staff that the same wrist could be prepped and used for this procedure. Upon entering the operating room (with 4-5 female nurses/technicians present). I was instructed to remove my underware (shorts). I protested since the procedure involved inserting the angiogram in my wrist. The nurse insisted that it was necessary if the wrist was found to be unacceptable by the surgeon, who had already examined and accepted my wrist. I protested again noting that I had suffered childhood trauma regarding exposing my genitals. The nurse insisted that it was necessary and now very embarrased, I removed my underwear from under my hospital gown. Once on the operating table, another tech lifted my gown and began shaving my groin area with my genitals completely exposed. She had to move my penis with the palm of her hand to complete her site prep. When finished, she pulled up my gown and left my genitals completely exposed to all nursing/tech staff in the room. It was humiliating. After about 5 minutes, of my lying there completely exposed, another tech placed a blue cloth over my genitals, then covered me with sterile sheeting. This was completely uncalled for and an unforgiveable violation of my privacy.

- RM From Stroudsburg, PA
Date Submitted: 2/21/2013

I had a testicular ultrasound done recently and asked for a male tech. I was told they employed none. Hearing that was disheartening as I value my modesty. I had little choice but to continue with the ultrasound as i was on their charity care program and could do little to protest. As i lay on that bed, I could only think of how pathetic my situation was. Laying on a table with my genitals exposed being probed by a female tech like a science experiment gone mad... There needs to be more male ultrasound technicians to save other men this indignity!

- Man who was shamed From USA
Date Submitted: 2/27/2012

I am a disabled male who went to the hospital for a heart cath, I told my doctor that I was very modest and didn't want a female nurse taking care of me. Yet when I went to the Cath lab there were several women around and one male nurse who did the prep work. Then when I went back to the room the nurses were all female and when I objected I was told that there were no male nurses on the floor, I objected to them checking the site and so then they made it their objective to do everything that they could to ridicule me, embarrass me, leaving me exposed to the hall ( uncovered on the bed so everyone walking down the hall) they laughed and giggled. I even heard one of them say that will teach him who is in charge, My wife would cover me and tried to keep my body covered. i complained to the hospital and all they did was call me a liar. The nurses from that floor were moved but I found that out later from the doctor when I told him. I had to go to er for a catheter being clogged a male nurse did the uncloging but when it came time to have the leg bag put on a female nurse came in and told me it was her turn to look at it. I told her no I would leave before that would happen. when she left she said before it got done I would call her to do it. I told her I would just leave first. I did just that after she left the rooom I got up and dressed then left and contacted the hospital about this mess and told my Dr about that I havent been back to that hospital. I would drive the 120 miles to another town first. Those female nurses never even got talked to about the situation. I even reported this to the Nursing board of Texas the didnt even do anything. If any of this had been done to a female by a male nurse they would have gone to jail, let alone lost their license.

- j freer From Paris, TX
Date Submitted: 7/18/2010

My husband had surgery recently on his hand. He was asked to only wear a gown and his cotton socks. He obliged. He woke up during the surgery, and found that he was completely naked. uncovered, and cold for the hand surgery. When the surgery was completed, they put the gown back on. Had he not awakened during the surgery, he nor I would have ever known. It appears to have no reason. There was an all-male staff in the operating room with him.

- Beth From Oklahoma
Date Submitted: 2/9/2010

A very pleasant, likeable, and religious congregant, found himself in the hospital, for a prolonged period, later to die. His recurring conversation with me, over the course of my many pastoral visits, was his resistance to female nurses inserting foley catheters, giving him complete body baths, and then dressing him. Disclosing that he could accept the immense physical pain foisted on him, and that he was prepared for death, this sheep of my flock related that the most difficult problem of his entire life, was this issue of frontal nudity before strange women! It was foreign to his life experience. "It's not right!" was his plea. His tearful eyes looked to me for counsel. The only consolation this veteran clergy provided him, that if I were in his shoes, my feelings would be identical to his own!

The female nurses told this suffering, dying patient, "You don't have anything we've never seen before!" "Don't worry about it, we do this all the time!" and "You'll get over it!" If a male nurse said anything like this to a female patient, he would be suspended, fired, his license revoked, or possibly face a law-suit!

After this man's funeral, his family divulged that he had brought up the same subject with them on repeated occasions. No one stepped to the plate for this righteous man! He died without dignity, robbed of safe-guarding his manhood from the gaze and touch of "care-givers"!

Rabbi Hillel said:"If I am not for me--then who is? And if I am only for me--what am I?" Apparently, I was not for this hurting guy! I will carry to my own grave, this dereliction of duty, failing to offer any kind of intervention to resolve this anguish for a brother in the Lord, whose commitment to the faith and morality may have eclipsed my own!

The following year, I did walk a mile in my congregant's mocassins. I had out-patient surgery for a left inguinal hernia, at an out-of-town hospital. From the moment my name was called out from the waiting area, until release hours later, I encountered twenty hospital staff, only one of whom was a male--the surgeon. I had indecencies tossed at me, which I regard as a violation of my spiritual consecration, personal privacy, and dignity as a man. An old man was in the cubicle next to me, awaiting an operation. His wife was in the enclosure with him. This fellow was to receive a foley catheter to be inserted by two female nurses--something which both his wife and he greeted with alarm! I have no way of knowing how the stalemate was resolved. I believe that Divine Providence placed me as a patient in the OR, permitted to be demeaned by female medical workers, in order to experience firsthandedly, some of the vexation of my departed church member. As I enter the last quarter of my life, I resolve to become an advocate for patient modesty, for others and myself. In and out of hospitals and nursing homes, numerous times each week, for over 37 years, if I were to make a print-out of disregard by the institutions, I could wall-paper the Sistene Chapel! Without names, places, and dates with this statement, and providing it anonymously, I believe that I am not breaking expected pastor/parishioner confidentiality. Knowing the heart of my late church member, he would want his story to be told, if it were to benefit others! Thank you. Rev. Fred, Protestant Pastor

- Rev. Fred From Pennsylvania
Date Submitted: 9/11/2009

I started having pain in the testicles, i figured i sat down to fast and injured myself, upon doing the self-exam i noticed a lump. I went to my primary care doctor, the medical assistant wanted to know the exact reason, I told her "non specific male issues" she did not like this. Once the doctor finally checked he ordered a STAT testicular ultrasound. I called to book the test, i was told my techs name, she was obviously female, i asked for a male tech, i was denied as they didnt employee male ultrasound techs, I refused to be exposed infront of any females. I was then lectured to why i was discriminating competent females. After HOURS of this, i was told that they refuse to test me and to call my health insurance company. I called the insurance company and they were upset at the radiology dept. within a hour they found a male tech to do the test. I was told by the radiology dept, that it was not right for me to request "special accomidations". I got the male tech, he told me that he was there every friday and that i was lucky as most of the women do the testicular ultrasounds, but he wasnt allowed to do the female ultrasounds Hmm double standard. I got sent to urology where the female medical assistant was trying to get me to change infront of her, when i didnt i was treated badly, i heard them breaking hippa laws etc for other patients I spoke up and was ridiculed further. It got so bad i called my insurance company. They again were mad! They took care of the ridicule but my appointments suddenly got canceled and messages werent delivered to my doctor. Finally after id guess 4 months i finally got booked for surgery since all other attempts to cure failed. I asked the doctor if they could have a all male team he agreed and said it wasnt a problem. When I spoke to the urologist surgery scheduling dept, they were told as well, No females, they agreed and even told the surgical center numerous times. I called the surgical center I was told they knew about it and it wasnt a problem my account would be flagged and that i wasnt to worry about it, this was 2 months before surgery. The Friday prior i was called for my pre-op interview, i told them again all males NO females. they agreed they had males scheduled. I showed up and was treated BADLY by the first female nurse she was so insistant that my brother couldnt be back with me (in my own curtained off area) to protect my privacy, I took him back and he was in the curtain when i was undressing to keep the female nurse out as she already got me upset numerous times. She told me she was required to help me undress if needed not a family member I told her NOT to come in or surgery would be canceled. This made her extremely upset and started to ridicule me. She even got her co-worker in on it. I told them to go get my nurse she said she was my nurse. I told her I was told i would have all male nurses, this set her off, she went on a "Females are better than any male" rant and then tried to Lift my surgical gown saying she had to check, i stopped her and demanded my doctor, she started ranting that i was a chovinist pig and that she had to get the "female charge nurse" and i would just have to "deal with a female in charge" The charge nurse came over and i was told there was NO male nurses and that she was only told about it the friday prior. She was extremely nice and appologized several times. She bent over backward to get male techs for my surgery and I had to comprimise on female nurses outside the OR with the extreme rule no female shall be present while im exposed they agreed. The surgery went as scheduled. ( i have a extreme feeling they brought in females anyway i should have just canceled it and stayed in pain indefinatly as the thought of being exposed is still giving me nightmares about the surgery since i can never really know if they kept the females out of the OR) Once I was out of surgery in post op i remember the female nurse trying to lift the blankets to place an ice pack on my groin instinctively i hit the blanket down and said NO (the first time i spoke since waking up) The doctor came over and told the nurse as he placed it from the other side. Not to expose the patient and if anything was needed that they were to call him to do it. I got dressed and moved to the discharge nurse, due to the type of surgery i was required to urinate prior to discharge, after being hounded, I finally had the urge, when i got up to go into the bathrom the female nurse tried to follow me into the bathroom, my brother (he is a BIG boy) kind of pushed his way in behind me this nurse was MAD she was huffing and puffing her attitude, and slammed the door shut. She looked back towards my bay where my mother was sitting watching the nurses behavior. the nurse was mumbling giving my mom dirty looks. I always get told "its just another body part its no big deal to us" but not one nurse can explain to me that if it is not a big deal to see it, why is it a big deal NOT to see it ? Email me if you guys have any questions so it can be posted I do want to share my story so others know they CAN stand up for themselves !

- Man Who Had Lump in Testicles From Las Vegas NV
Date Submitted: 12/3/2009

I asked prior to my surgery about a genital prep necessary for my case. The medical director and anesthesiologist told me my male surgeon would do "it" in the OR suite. I found out afterwards from my surgeon I was lied to and the normal policy and procedure was for the female circulating nurse does the shaving with an electric razor and picks up the hair with masking tape, then does the scrub for several minutes and then cleanses and dries the area and then drapes the patient. The prep not only includes the surgical site but the entire abdominal area and your penis and scrotal area. I was more than extremely angry as was my spouse. If I had been told the truth I would have cancelled the surgery altogether as it was elective. It is unbelievable that these people get away with this behavior and as a patient there is nothing one can do about it.

- A Man Who Had Genital Prep Before Surgery From west coast/USA
Date Submitted: 7/27/2009

I had knee surgery in March 2007 and they insisted that I was completely nude under my gown. I asked why I had to remove my underwear, and they bluntly said that the surgeon doesn't want to have to work around any clothing. It seemed like a lame reason to me, but they insisted, so it happened. I chose to remain awake during the surgery with a spinal, and I remember most everything that happened. Well, the gown was lifted several times, which exposed my penis to the room and I remember two of the female assistants checking me out at the end of the surgery while my knee was getting wrapped, and I could only lay there and let it all happen. The bad part about it is that I knew one of the girls through a mutual friend.

- Man Who Had Knee Surgery From USA
Date Submitted: 5/19/2009

A man went to a hospital to receive surgery for carpal-tunnel syndrome. He was told to remove all his clothing and don the ubiquitous gossamer-like hospital gown. He asked why he had to remove his underwear if the surgery was going to be on his wrist. He was told, "It's policy." He did not accept this explanation as legitimate and kept his underpants on. After he was anesthetized, his underpants were removed. A nurse brought them to the waiting room and in front of other people handed them over to his wife laughing as she proclaimed, "I think these belong to your husband."

- Man Who Had Carpal Tunnel Surgery From USA
Date Submitted: 5/26/2009



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