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If your doctor asks you to say 'Ahhh' during a pelvic exam, it may be a sign of physician fatigue

In the future, when robots are our doctors and we find ourselves describing our symptoms to an online portal, we'll miss the foibles of the physicians who once cared for us. But until then, we can still laugh at the very funny things that our very human doctors sometimes say and do when they're exhausted, distracted or overwhelmed by the demands of modern-day medicine.

Like, for instance, when the doctor called a

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