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    Rhonda Thomasina Sissy_in_pink's Avatar
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    Doctor Visit in Girlie Mode

    Hi all
    My female Doctor has known about my Cross-dressing for quite a while now so I told her that I was thinking of coming to the practice as Rhonda, she said it was ok by her, but I never did, until she opened her own practice a short distance from the old one, so I plucked up the courage and did it. I like to get there early so I can be 1st in but there was someone waiting when I got there, by the time she was finished with him the waiting room had about 8 patients in it, so when she called me she used my male name which made everyone look up and watch me walk to her room, when I got in I said to her that I wished she had called Rhonda instead, then it clicked to her that she had made a mistake and apologised.
    She thought I looked lovely in what I had on which gave me a boost. I wasn't too worried about it as I'm getting very confident when dressed, I spent the whole day dressed, did some shopping later and went to the movies. All in all, it was a good day.
    Rhonda Thomasina

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    Good story. I think it's valuable for your doctor to know about your feminine leanings and to see you dressed. The good ones treat the whole person so the more they know you the better.

    And good for you just getting out there and experiencing acceptance from an authority figure. Life is so much more fun when you can be yourself.

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    Yes coming out to your doctor helps them understand a lot of things, stress and elevated blood pressure are a couple.

    Check first to see if the practice will accept you dressed, some will even use your preferred female name when dressed.

    Not to do it is often living a lie and after few appointments you and the doctor get used to it and the real problem of your health can be looked at.
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    Hi Rhonda , That had to be an awesome experience for you,


    Like gettind another punch on your Dance Card. >Orchid ...+..
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    Hi Rhonda, Good for you girl! Iím happy it worked out so well.
    Crissy

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    Sounds like you have it girl Good for you

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    Croydon University Hospital (Dermatology) were absolutely great with me. I turn up how I feel on the day and they'll call me through as Rebecca or Becky. The only problem I had was that they renamed all my docs, sent the update notes to my family doctor's surgery, where someone I know works on my doctor's reception. Oops! Worse was to follow when they sent a copy of the notes in that name to my home address. Other half was less than impressed. That's life.
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    Coming out to your doctor it's a safe way to tell someone about your crossdresssing and it feels good. I also always wear panties and pantyhose when visiting my doctor, even I'm still in the closet and don't tell about this to other people I know.

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    Rhonda,
    Can you imagine a whole waiting room packed with people waiting for their flu jab , that was quite an experience .

    It's better to accept your situation and not try and excuse yourself , I made the decison from the start with my new GP's surgery , the great thing is she has given me her full backing if I want to go further . As for the name well I did have mine shortened to Terri after I was called by my full male name when I was waiting for my flu jab . It's not an official change but they have accepted for their paperwork .
    The real me ,no going back.

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    I've gone to one of my doctors fully dressed a few times. But when I do, I always pass a not to the receptionist to "Ask for Steffi".
    Hi, I'm Steffi and I'm a crossdresser... And I accept and celebrate both sides of me.

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    I work in the medical field, and while many of my coworkers donít know much about cross dressing, all my coworkers treat people across the CD spectrum with dignity, respect and confidentiality.

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    Mermaiden, I appreciate your post on this subject, good job! Many of us go to Dr visits dressing to some degree and have no issues but it is nice to actually hear that from someone in the business.
    Crissy

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    bugger, I never thought of using my girl name at the doctors.
    Actually, thinking about it, I prefer they use my documented name, just so I don't get some other "Rachel's" medication.
    Besides, I've seen so many specialists in the last few years it would really confuse me.
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    I went to my dermatologist for a follow to remove some stitches. She then informed me because of the biopsy result she wanted to do a full body scan right then. Well I had underdressed bra and panty so when she handed me the gown and said strip down to your underpants I gasped. Luckily I was wearing black spandex stretchy boy shorts so I was not totally terrified like it would be if they were bright pink. Anyways she came back in and began the upper body scan and when she go to the bra line areas I knew she saw the marks because all she said was very interesting and then traced along the bra mark lines with her fingers. She then had me stand as she scanned my legs and several times she adjusted the legs of the panty so she could get a full scan of my legs. When she finished she pulled the legs back down smiled and said very nice scan an informative. Nice smile, nothing but kindness. Ever since I have no fear when I go in and every time she now slides her hand up and down my back and smiles and says good to see you.

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    I'm glad it went well for you.
    I applaud you for telling her about your dressing up front and asking if it was OK before you showed up as Rhonda.

    Variations of this have come up before and it is important to remember that while medical professionals and others get exposed to a lot of things in the course of doing their jobs, we often assume that because someone does not say something, that implies they are accepting of what they have seen. For the most part, people don't care what we wear and most never know what color our panties are.
    I have had two very different lessons on this over the past year; one a Neurologist that got to see my pink panties when the exam needed to go further up my leg than expected, I apologized to her and she thanked me for the apology asking not to be exposed to such things going forward. The other a massage therapist that noticed the lines from my bra. She asked me why I wore one and we actually had a nice little chat about how comforting it was and she pretty much said, 'cool'.

    Point is, it is unfair for us to assume and again, I applaud you for asking first.

    just my 2 cents...


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    ... I have about as much "choice" over being a crossdresser as I do in deciding my shoe size...

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