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Re: What is the right thing to do? Daisym

Posted by antigua3 on June 17, 2008, at 13:46:32

In reply to What is the right thing to do?, posted by Daisym on June 17, 2008, at 3:16:15

I'm with you on this one. I would find it very creepy to be in a back room on a bed with a man. It would trigger me greatly.

In the past, I would have just shut up and taken it. I don't do tht anymore. When I had to see the dentist (which is a HUGE trigger for me), I just blurted out how difficult this was for me because of csa. The dentist was wonderful. I had about six months of really extensive work done (because I had put off going for so long) and he never mentioned it to me, or his staff, but he was exceptionally kind and caring.

My gyn knows of my history and when I had to have surgery (twice), she took care of telling the anesthesiologist for me. They were also very considerate, without mentioning it.

You may not feel comfortable doing this, but you can certainly tell him you're uncomfortable with this exercise and would like to replace it with another.

You have rights, Daisy!
antigua

 

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