There was nothing I could say. For one, he should have absolutely known what PrEP is as a primary care physician. I, a patient, needed to explain its purpose and myriad of benefits.
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How many times have you felt just a wee bit uncomfortable talking to your obviously straight male doctor about anal sex, or turning and coughing for a female physician? Well, those days may soon be behind you. When he was 11 years old, Williams told his doctor that he was gay.
A growing number of federal agencies has been pushing health care providers to ask. Federally funded community health centers, which treat millions of patients, have begun to collect the data. Electronic health software must be able to store it.
Doctors for Marriage Equality are now in the process of organising fundraising and awareness events around campuses across the country, in advance of it's formal launch in April. The group is also compiling a short video about why they are calling for a Yes vote in May and are looking for doctors who identify as LGBT or straight to take part. If you are interested in getting involved with any of these exciting initiatives, please contact dme.
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This room had grown all too familiar. Stale beige walls, speckled black and white tiles, and those uncomfortable purple chairs — everyone knows the kind, straight and stiff with no give in the back. I sat there, bouncing my leg, and waiting nervously.
It's a major accomplishment to lock down a medical provider you click with. The process of finding a Unicorn M. But what if you also had to factor in whether your doctor will judge you — or even deny you care — because of your sexual orientation or gender identity?
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