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hi every one can you get a smear test done in luxor and how would you go about this would it be female doctor,s and would the test,s be carried out correctly


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You can have them done no problem in Cairo and I would suspect it would be no problem in Luxor too.

I just went to a gynaecologist surgery and the doc done mine.
Had the result in 2 weeks and the slide and report was handed to me in an envelope when I went for the check up appointment. The office send it to the lab and the doctor in the lab does the report then gives the slide and the report back to the doctors office, he then gives it back to you for checking and safekeeping.
Just choose a female gynaecologist.
I also had a uterine scan done at the same time and this was included in the price.
I think it might be normal procedure?

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thank,s eb very helpful to know this as the waiting list,s at home are huge and if the need araises to use this service then it a confort to know that its there i spent a day in the internatiol hospital a few year,s ago with a heart problem it was about 300 english then
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just seen all the spelling misake,s oop,s
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If you are looking for a gyn in Luxor, please PM me.

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your welcome ;)
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Grrrrr, you can have mine Magy, just had the dreaded letter from the doctor :worry:
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Just got mine over with for another three years, or is it four?
The nurse said ''We have a student doctor in do you mind if he stays to watch?'' :oops:
I said yes I do mind get him out :lol:
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I would have agreed without hesitation. If it helps him to learn and be able to help other women in the future then I couldn't refuse.
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Well I'm shy Glyph :oops:
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Post by Goddess »

Not sure I'd want an army of folk peeking at my bits either MM - not sure Mr G would be thrilled at the prospect either!
Would all be different if it was a female doctor though - but I'm a funny Being like that.
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I would have said yes immediately to a woman doctor.
When I told Mr MM he said ''I hope you said no' !!!! :lol:
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[quote="Scott"]If you are looking for a gyn in Luxor, please PM me.
Yeh, right Scott see in there doing reps, bars & weights, I'm the chap in the corner on the rowing machine.. 8)
don't even know why I opened this post....
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It was my wife who responded to this inquiry, Dr. Who.
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Post by Glyphdoctor »

My husband wouldn't mind, male or female. In fact, I used to joke with him actually that I planned to sign myself up to be an exam case for medical students. They get paid plus they get tips from the students! ;)

Scott, you wouldn't mind if Sharon did that, would you?
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How much money's in it?????
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:lol::lol::lol:

Depends on how good she is at withholding information. You see the way it works is that the patients are usually chronic and know their symptoms and everything about their case quite well. If the students don't pay a tip, they just neglect to tell them all their symptoms that they would need to know to be able to make a proper diagnosis. The test cases get away with this because the professors aren't in the room during the physical examination. The student takes the patient's history and then goes to discuss the case with the professor in another room.
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Interesting. From the perspective of US medical schools, bizarre, as far as the tipping business! Fascinating!
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They are poor, chronically ill people, maybe they can't work, so it is an opportunity for them. It could be worse. At least they don't go so far as to tell the students the diagnosis in exchange for tips. They do it in a way that they can't be accused of helping the students to cheat! The students still have to use their own knowledge to pass.
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Post by Glyphdoctor »

You might find this interesting too Scott:

http://www.universityworldnews.com/arti ... 2185427405

Sometimes they have to buy a body to be able to practice. Some undertakers will dig up a body as soon as the family has buried it and sell it for this purpose.

Fortunately in my husband's day the medical schools weren't yet overenrolled so he did get to practice on real bodies.
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