Perhaps when he was just studying at the medical school, when he was like practice and internship, it turned him on. But over time, everything became as it should be. This is a job. He, examining the patient, WORKS !!! For example, is the janitor excited by waving a broom? Or the look of a turner flying from under the cutter, chips? Right! So is the doctor!
It is also worth noting that most often women in years go to the examination (Yes, sir, with age they begin to monitor their health more, take a look at the queues of grannies for yourself) and with diseases, otherwise it often seems that gynecologists have contact with young and sexy girls
Anyone who works in a candy shop does not like sweets. + they probably set themselves up to work, and not get excited, well, they probably get used to it.
Some - arousing . For example, a couple of years ago, a German gynecologist was imprisoned for actions during an examination that had nothing to do with diagnostics. (His "assistant" had suspicions and she did not keep them to herself; the "doctor's assistant" is a type of nurse, but with much lower qualifications.) In addition, it turned out that the gynecologist secretly filmed his patients on video.
It is a mistake who thinks that a doctor of the same sex cannot experience arousal . Among gynecologists, there are also lesbians and bi. In addition, there was an anonymous survey somewhere in the West, in which a significant part of gynecologists of both sexes admitted that at least once in their life they experienced excitement during examination or medical manipulations.
In principle, a similar problem exists among doctors of other specialties - and not only in connection with female patients (depending on orientation). Man is a sexual being. The object of attraction is another person. And the sexual instinct is not interested in either social norms or personal morality. Routine (many patients) and focus on professional activity reduce the risk of arousal, but still not to zero.
But do not exaggerate the problem of the possible unintentional excitation of the doctor - an uncontrollable instinctive reaction. Actions and intentions are important , and they are completely controlled by the mind. Arousal remains a personal problem for the physician as long as and if the physician acts solely for medical reasons. And such are the overwhelming majority.
You know, this is not "immunity". There are simply two different sides of the coin. One is work, and the other is your own life. There is not even a question of control there, because sick people turn to you, and there is nothing in common with any eroticism.
Understand that the dominant position is inside the head - this is formed at the stage of the formation of a person as a person. He chooses medicine, then in medicine he chooses one or another direction. Someone becomes an ear-throat-nose, someone is a proctologist, someone is a gynecologist. What now, to talk about who went to the proctology, now can not eat? How come they come home, remember their work and stuff food in themselves?
This is the classic psychology of a doctor: work is one thing, life is another.
A male gynecologist, just like a female gynecologist, perceives the object of his work solely as an organ that needs to be examined, identify diseases (if any) and start treating (again, if required). All. Believe me, he doesn't have any unnecessary thoughts. Just like a female urologist.
I knew a man gynecologist who systematically fucked his patients. He was a good specialist and people always wanted to see him. But for most, it's still work.
Even an artist can be aroused by his model only until he picks up a pencil. Then other worries in my head - composition, light-shadow, etc.
If we talk about sexual attraction as a result of manipulation of a woman's genital tract, then no, we cannot talk about arousal, since the doctor is engaged in professional activities - he is focused on not hurting the patient and, of course, making an examination or manipulation.
The judgment about gynecological arousal is as stupid as the fact that women enjoy gynecological manipulations - breast stimulation and massage is really pleasant for a woman, but only from a man (or woman) to whom affection and sympathy is experienced, and such a procedure as "gynecological massage of the uterus" has nothing to do with sexual activities.
But if we talk about human communication between two people, then, of course, sympathy may arise.
Any human activity gradually develops into everyday life, perhaps, student-trainees, having first touched a woman's breasts on examination, will be excited, but later, this type of activity will not be called no extraneous emotions at work.