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going to the doctor without pubic hairs?

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Posted on Jul 28, 2006 at 10:05 AM Total posts: 7
It seems that quite a few nudists ,men and women,love the feel of the smooth look. I am wondering now about undergoing a physical and being void of pubic hairs? I feel fine among nudist but would feel somewhat akward in the examining room. How does anyone feel toward this subject?
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Posted on Apr 04, 2019 at 07:52 AM Total posts: 3

hubby and me all times without Public hair also going to thr doc smooth

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Posted on Mar 26, 2019 at 07:44 AM

It doesn't bother me at all for a doctor to see me shaved. I would be more embarrassed if I had stubble, or was not shaved at all. 

Twenty years ago at our neighborhood pool parties, I was the only shaved man. I did get comments and questions from both men and women. Now over half of the men and women are shaved. Most of us are senior citizens, and are far past caring what someone else may think one way or the other.

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Posted on Jan 10, 2019 at 02:18 PM Total posts: 7

looks like this thread has been up for over 10 years when smooth was not as common, and thats when i remember some comments of mild general interest... eg "noticed even a few older men are smooth now... makes sense in this florida climate..., easier for us" etc, with no hint of judgment... only recent comment was tech running late relieved to discover i needed less prep for heart  cat procedure...

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Posted on Sep 22, 2018 at 06:40 PM

I have been 100% body smooth ever since high school, and I regularly model nude for photographers an artist. Shave full body smooth everyday makes it easy and no irritation.

Over the years I've had a bunch of different doctors for various Specialties and general practice; the majority of them female. Numerous times over the years Doctor visits have required momentary or extended periods of my being fully nude in full View of my Dr and on some occasions both male and female nurses. I have never had any qualms or compunction about exposing my fully smooth privates although I can usually detect a momentary look of surprise for the medical personnel who have not seen me nude before. The first time eye doctor views me nude he or she will invariably ask in a very polite manner why I'm shaved and if I had skin issues or such and very occasionally a nurse has asked why I am shaved and usually if the nurse is a female they will ask if I like it and if my girlfriend likes it. The male nurses usually don't engage in conversation on the subject. I can see no reason why this should be an issue for either the medical staff or you as the patient...


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Posted on Jul 17, 2017 at 02:13 AM Total posts: 11

I can't see that it matters whether I'm smooth or not when I see a doctor, anymore than that they can see I'm a nudist from my all over tan. I don't have any tattoos, or body piercings but I can't see that would matter either. Our bodies are our bodies, why does it matter what others think about what we do with them? I'm a nudist, I shave my body, I choose to be nude and smooth whenever I can be, it doesn't matter what a doctor, or anyone else thinks about this, or who sees me nude without pubic hair, its how I want to be.

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Posted on Jul 02, 2016 at 08:37 AM Total posts: 8

I am shaved and it does not bother me, I go and have a STD check every 6 months because I have sex with a few females/couples and have my cock and balls checked by a female doctor to see if I have cought anything and was told being shaved telps her

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Posted on May 31, 2014 at 10:19 AM

I've been sans pubic hair full time for 20+ years. At first going to a doctor w/o hair was a little intimidating, but that did not last long. Now it is matter of fact for me and it does not phase me in the least. I have never had any doctor say or ask anything about me being smooth and I have been to many over the past 20 years.

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Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 06:58 PM Total posts: 1
I myself have shaved periodically for close to 40 years and have been to see my doctor on many occasions (she was a female if it makes a difference) and the doctor has never said a word about me be smooth in a negative or postive way though the doctor did ask me why I shaved and I said because I enjoyed been smooth. I have a new doctor now ( as old one has moved away ) and is a female also and she to has seen me bucknaked full frontal and all and she has never mentioned it at all. I do not think why being smooth or hairy should both any doctor.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2009 at 03:32 PM Total posts: 4
I don't about male doctors but my female doctor told me she prefers the females come in smooth. She says its easier to exam.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 05:58 PM Total posts: 2
Nowardays no one should have a problem about this.Hair is natural but the loss of it make such a small diference. why care?
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Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 05:27 AM Total posts: 184
In the Summer because I have a bit of hair down there-I do shave my scrotum, US Army field hygiene. But that's about it. And I have been asked by my now-female general Practitioner about it. After I told her w hy-it made perfect sense to her and we moved on. not really crazy about the feel of it tho-specially when I sweat but better than the heat rashes!!! I like da' hair.

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Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 10:51 AM Total posts: 7
Re: DocHollywood write: As a doctor I've seen my share of smooth genitalia and it doesn't register any more than any other physical feature (though it does make it easier to see and treat some conditions). It does sound, though, that you may be concerned about being judged. That should not happen. No doctor can provide a proper level of care if he/she judges patients.

Exactly. Doctors know people groom themselves in the pubic region. It might be more unusual for men (though I suspect it's becoming more common), but most doctors won't be surprised. And no professional is going to say anything, unless they're concerned about razorburn, or something.
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Posted on Nov 27, 2007 at 11:40 AM Total posts: 94
I can't see why you would shave if you were worried about people seeing you shaved, from a doctors point of veiw, if that was the area of examination, i should imagine it only makes their life easier. also i expect most of them have seen much stranger things and wouldn't mention it, but if they did, why would that bother you? ..."I see you shave?" ..."yeh, i find it more comfortable and hygenic...." ..whats the big deal?
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Posted on Nov 27, 2007 at 08:00 AM Total posts: 6
I've been going smooth for about 5 years. The first time I visited the doctor after I went smooth, he didn't say a word about it. The next time, he just warned me about ingrown hairs, but offered no suggestions. The doctor later closed his practice and I had to get a new doctor. This one is female and fairly new to the practice. She didn't say anything either about my being smooth, but I could tell by the look in her eyes that she had not seen many (if any) men smooth.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2007 at 02:41 PM Total posts: 3
I went to the doctor 3 times within the last three months and none f them said anything. I have to go back tomorrow again to the same doctor and most likely he will see me all over again. I have no problem with that. I am more worried about the pain in my testicle ( epidedimis ) then he seeing me with no hair
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Posted on Oct 10, 2007 at 06:57 AM Total posts: 38
Haven't always shaved, but actually had a doctor (when younger) suggest I shave myself and apply talc w/cornstarch like for a baby, to help rid heat rash from working out of doors. Plus me mentioned it would be much easier to find those little pesks here in the States called ticks..
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Posted on Oct 02, 2007 at 11:03 AM Total posts: 2
less than a week ago i had to have an ultra sound on my lower regions because my doc was concerned and been shaved myself i just went with it. needless to say neither the doc who did the scan or the nurse assisting said anything.... so just do it
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Posted on Oct 01, 2007 at 02:53 AM Total posts: 5
Don't worry about it chief. I've been shaven down there for over a decade. First as hygenics in the Army (panama is rather tropical) Then for simple grooming. From Army docs, to my bi-annual dot physical, only 1 doc said anything! He saw my tatoo, and noticed the lack of hair and asked, "You went somewhere tropical did'nt you?" NONE of the others even seemed to notice.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2007 at 11:42 AM Total posts: 9
I'm a male that has been shaved for more that several years. I've had both male and female doctors. I can't remember if I was concerned the first time I went. But now, it's no problem, I can't wait for them to tell me to get naked. I only wish they wouldn't make me wear a gown. I've had a female nurse give me a shot in the ass, I happened to have on a g-string that day. It never bothered me, and she didn't say anything. It made for having a shot in the ass alot easier. The shot was for the flue or something. I'm clean.