How often do you have to work on vaginas in EM?

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  1. craptacular

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    I don't ever want to have to examine any vaginas when I'm a doctor. Boobs OK. Is EM for me?
     
  2. SoCuteMD

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    No. Can you say "vag bleeder?"
     
  3. EctopicFetus

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    The math is simple... about half the population have vaginas.. Belly pain is one of the most common complaints..

    Perhaps Plastic surg is for u.
     
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    I think I got rerouted from another site--is this where I can renew my Vagtastic Voyage online subscription?
     
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    Hmm, this thread might be fun to watch...at least until it's closed.
     
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    Just let the PD know during your interviews . . . Im sure he'll understand:laugh:

    Turns out a lot of our patients do have vaginas, so I think you're out of luck here.

    You might make a great urologist.
     
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    This is an inappropriate way to ask a marginally appropriate question. Closing.
     
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