Sometimes I think I’m funny

I finally decided to visit a doctor. I have not had a primary physician since I moved to SC in 2007. I’m bad at setting appointments and doing anything doctor related, but I knew I could no longer postpone it…especially since my doctor back in CT was becoming less than helpful in refilling my prescription for crazy pills. Something to do with me living thousands of miles away and it not being totally kosher…I don’t know, I wasn’t really listening…I was too busy trying not to scream out “Just give me the drugs! GIVE. ME. THE. DRUGS!”

Anyway, I promptly set an appointment for this week. Before I could actually see a doctor, a nurse weighed me, measured me, and asked some typical health-related questions.

Do you smoke?

What are you allergic to?

Then she asked if I was sexually active, which got me to thinking. Can you be sexually DEactivated? If so, when are you deactivated?

OR once you have sex, are you forever activated?

I am sad to report that I did not question the nurse or doctor further, but instead leave it up to the Interwebs for input.

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3 responses to “Sometimes I think I’m funny

  1. I mean, are you trying to say that you think you might be de-activated?? Because that is truly a pity.

    I think the real answer is that once you have sex, you are forever sexually active. Although I’m not sure if that makes sense. Maybe if you have sex once and you never have it again you’re de-activated? This is a stupid question though! You should always be activated! It’s good for your health!!!!

  2. Well, I guess that depends on what everyone thinks! When does one become deactivated? 1 day? 1 week? 1 month? 1 year? or Never?

  3. I’d say once you have sex, you’re sexually active…

    buuuut whenever my doc asks me, I just think of the last time I had sex and say “well… it’s been…” if it’s been awhile.

    I’m gonna say deactivation is years… but who the hell knows.

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