Hi, I am starting in an opposed FM program and I was wondering if anyone here is already in an opposed program. I feel like, when I interviewed with opposed programs, they try to sell their program saying that there's no worry as far as getting all the experience a Family resident should get. But now that I'm really headed into one, I'm just getting a bit nervous about if anyone CHOSE an opposed program over an unopposed program, and if so, why? This opposed program that I matched into was actually my number one choice. For me, I felt like whether I went into opposed or unopposed, I would basically get a Family doc training. and I figured whatever I missed out in my program, I can always acquire those skills later on in conferences. Am I thinking correctly? Is it possible? For example, I know that in my program, I will not be taught to do any colonoscopy. I don't think even anoscopy will be taught. I was also told that C-sections will be given to the OB/Gyn. So, I know I'll come out of this residency with a lack in these skills, but I was thinking, if for some reason in the future, that I do want to acquire these skills, would I be able to??? And please also answer if u are someone who chose an opposed program over an unopposed program and share your reason why. Thanks.