My Doctor Left a Love Note for Me

Doctor Woman - Woman who is a doctor.
United States
October 9, 2011 2:57pm CST
I'm currently working as a lawyer for one of NY's best law firms. Last month, I had to go for a checkup. When the doctor, who is a female examined me, she told me to take off all my clothes. So, I nervously took all my clothes off and lied down on the examining bed. She immediately came in, and told me to close my eyes. She looked over and caressed me. After about five minutes the exam was done. So, I pulled up my pants, and went to the reception area to get another date for routine checkups. After I got home, I put my hands in my pant pockets and found a note. It was signed by my Doctor with a message that we should meet again, but this time for dinner. She wrote her phone number on it as well. Do you think I should call her and tell her I'm interested??
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12 responses
@weasel81 (2501)
• Australia
9 Oct 11
well that is one way to pick up. Even thou it was a bit unprofessional of her to do it that way. You should weigh up the pros and cons of meeting her on a personal level. It will mean you will be better off to change doctors as well, as she does know your medical history. But you should go for it and see how things go, never know she maybe the one for you.
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• United States
9 Oct 11
Yes, that's an intelligent response. There might be benefits and trade offs like you said... I'll keep your word and explore the possibilities. Thanks for your input.
@JoyfulOne (6242)
• United States
10 Oct 11
Wow, that is most unprofessional & totally unethical of her. There are rules about Dr/patient relationships, and it sure doesn't include that. Despite the un-professionalism of that Dr, I sure wouldn't go around mentioning it to anybody. She could be called up to the medical board about it, and maybe even have her license on the line. According to Oxford (medical) Journals, a relationship with a current patient is unethical, and one with a former patient (whom the Dr no longer sees) is permissible, (but still considered 'debatable' as to whether it's ethical or not.) Her hugging, and approaching you, while you are basically naked, is not ethically permissible in the field of medicine. (I am a nurse, and have worked in many different types of institutions over the years. I have seen people fired, and worse, for this exact type of behavior.) Should you call her? Only if you wish to put her job in potential jeopardy. And if you DO want to 'see her', make sure she is no longer YOUR Dr!
• United States
10 Oct 11
That's so true! I appreciate your response.
@donsky14 (5963)
• Philippines
9 Oct 11
Yeah that's kinda unprofessional...but if your interested...then go for it. What's holding you back?
• United States
9 Oct 11
I agree with you. It might look a little awkward at first, but in the end, it should be for the better. The world is a quest.
@globaldoc (860)
• Philippines
11 Oct 11
I think it is just fine. Just imagine. Your doctor took the courage of initiating the move that might bring you two together again. If you feel like it, then I guess it is just fine to do so. It really depends om you.
• China
11 Oct 11
Hehe,young man!I can imagin you must be very fascinating to young females.You have right to be loved and to love the others,and no one has right to stop you.Why not have a try since she's interested to you?
@mentalward (14695)
• United States
10 Oct 11
As a lawyer, I'd think that you would know the potential legal ramifications if you were to date your doctor. That might not bode well for her or for you, either. I'd have to think mighty hard about this one before doing the wrong thing. Personally, I'd have to call this unethical. From the way you've described the exam you received, I'd say it became unethical the moment she told you to take off all your clothes. I've had a lot of physical exams and I've NEVER been asked to take off all my clothes.
@cerebellum (3871)
• United States
10 Oct 11
It wasn't very ethical of her! There are rules about doctor patient relationships for a reason. I don't think I would want to date my doctor, but if it won't bother you, I guess you could meet her. I would mention up front though that it wasn't very professional of her and I wouldn't have her as a doctor any longer.
@bunnybon7 (36883)
• Holiday, Florida
10 Oct 11
cool. how lucky can you get. does she look like someone you could fall for? is she nice? this is like a love story out of a romance novel. geesh go for it.
@tech2d (338)
• United States
10 Oct 11
Sounds kind of unprofessional with the HIPAA laws and all, but what the heck, try it, it may turn out to be something. Just be forewarned that she knows your medical history. Do you have anything that can be held against you?
@jaiho2009 (39019)
• Philippines
10 Oct 11
wow...sounds like indecent proposal
@GroWin (44)
• United Arab Emirates
10 Oct 11
Hi rovered777, Are you married? or single? ;) If single go for it, you don't know where it will lead (something good,all the best). If you are married, then I'll leave the decision for you :) lol. Have Fun.
• Spain
10 Oct 11
Of course you should to tell her YEEEEEAHH If your not interested in anyone else of course , well of course i mean it's your life it's your choice i love NYC