Differences In Medical Check Up Procedures For Men And Women?
Hello, I want to ask how the Medical Check Up process is at the moment. Does the medical checkup process have to remove all clothing and be examined in the genitals or anus? Or is there a difference for checking medical check-ups between men and women? Please help, thank you
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Medical check-up (MCU) can be done for a variety of needs, therefore the examination procedure can be different. Need to be clarified first, what kind of MCU do you mean?
Frequently, MCUs are conducted to assess a person's health status. This is needed, for example, when you want to join a particular institution, want to position yourself in a certain position, or also just want to know your health condition (for example, when getting married). The procedures performed at the MCU may differ depending on the policies of the implementing institution, the position you are interested in, your gender, your age, your general health condition, and many other factors.
For example, if your MCU is performed as a routine prenuptial examination, the doctor will focus on checking nutritional status, vital signs, examinations to detect possible infections that are transmitted through sexual contact, as well as examinations related to fertility disorders. If you do MCU as a prerequisite for admission to certain institutions, in addition to health interviews and physical examinations, supporting examinations can also be carried out, such as allergy tests, laboratories, x-rays, ultrasound, detection of drugs (narcotics, psychotropic substances, and other addictive substances), and so.
Because the examination procedure is different, of course different answers can also be given to your question, whether the MCU is done by undressing, whether sex organs are also examined, and whether there are differences between MCUs performed on men and women. Our advice, to get a more accurate explanation, consult directly with the organizing institution of the MCU that you are referring to ...
I hope this helps.