How do doctors relate to the human body of patients, including the genitals and internal organs, as well as the peculiarities of the psyche? Does this interfere with doctors' daily life?

How do doctors relate to the human body of patients, including the genitals and internal organs, as well as the peculiarities of the psyche? Does this interfere with doctors' daily life?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
May, 2021

Calm down, just a body. If the body is still alive, it must be "repaired" as much as possible with minimal problems.
Internal and genital organs are just parts of a non-working mechanism.

Answer 2
May, 2021

To dead internal organs - perhaps more cynical than the average person. Piet is already in the first year of the medical institute.

And to the body of the patient's still living person - with care and respect for himself. Including his internal and genital organs.

I think all this does not affect the doctor's daily life at all.

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