That awkward moment when you are in front of your insanely good looking GP, you are so blushed and he is acting very professional but is aware of your shame. If you are smiling is because you have been there also, well this is my fairy tale story without a happy ever after end.
The chemistry between two persons is driven by pheromones, but your hormones have a huge part in how you behave when you are close to the person you like. As it so happens I had a crush on my GP, I went on the first day because I was experiencing mood changes very often, and my period was very irregular. When I arrived at the GP I was speechless, he was indeed the most handsome man I have seen in my life.
But as soon as I saw him a very strange feeling of almost obsession made me even forget the reason why I was sitting in front of him. I couldn’t tell him I was having mood issues, he was going to think I was a freak, so I said I was having repetitive headaches every night. One week later I asked for another appointment and I knew the only way to see him soon after that was if he gave me a medical excuse for work and so he will have to check on me again 4 days later, so I did, I add up to the headaches the fact that I passed out the day before while doing my groceries.
He gave me a medical note to take two days off work and arranged an appointment in 4 days again. Four days later I kept adding things up to my headache episodes and he kept giving me notes, I wasn´t even handing the notes at work, I didn’t want to miss work, I was only using those notes to be able to see him again.
After three months of turning up for more control appointments, he decides to order an MRI, three days later the nurse calls, I had a brain surgery arranged for next week, the reason why I was obsessed both with the GP and with getting doctors notes to see him was because I had a tumor in my pituitary which was causing the changes in mood as well as an increase in my desire to love someone.
After the surgery, I went to the last control appointment and as soon as I saw the GP I realize the tumor not only caused changes in my mood but made me go blind for a couple of months. This was horrible and I had to d/l fake doctors note aside from what my physician gave me because of the symptoms not included in his notes.