Exposed In The Hospital
Several years ago while at my annual gynecological visit, my Gynecologist thought felt a knot when he was examining me, and scheduled me for a TVU. I had the TVU done, and it did show some type of growth they thought might be an ovarian cyst. I was scheduled to go into the hospital day procedure to have a have a biopsy.
The day of the procedure, they did all the preliminaries, height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, took some blood samples, and had me get undressed and put on a gown. The gown was one of those flimsy cotton hospital gowns that are open in the back, and have the ties at the neck and the middle of the back.
The took me to the holding area of the day procedure, and had me lie on a gurney, and they put a hep lock in my arm. The nurse explained the procedure to me, and told me all hat was going to happen, and not to worry about any thing. She said she was going to give me something that would make me feel "giddy". The nurse asked me if I had any questions, and I said I didn't know. She then positioned my legs, and told me the orderly would be here in a few minutes to take me back to the day procedure room. I was lying flat on my back with my legs we open, and my knees bent. There was a curtain on either side of me, but anyone walking in front of me, could see under my gown between my legs. I laid there for I don't know how long, and there were doctors, nurses ans clerks, even the housekeeper, walking by, and I would notice them taking a quick look in my direction. I remember someone standing there asking me about medical information, and I was sure they were getting a good view
The orderly came back, and he stood there talking with me for a while, and he was standing right there the whole time looking between my legs, as we talked. The nurse came back and said they were ready, and the orderly pushed me back to the room. As he was pushing the gurney, he was looking between my my legs and smiling. When we got to the room, he helped me on the table, and there were doctors and nurses there. I do not remember much about anything else after that, but I remember doctors and nurses coming back and lifting up my gown to check me before they told me I was ready to go home.
Even though I was medicated some at the time, I found the experience a little embarrassing, and quite exciting at the same time, not knowing who all was getting a good view between my legs.