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However, a lower setting for your ring might be easier for those times when you quickly pull on exam gloves to palpate skin or touch a rash.Most of my classmates have scheduled their weddings over summer breaks after first and second year, simply because that is when we have the longest breaks during our academic calendar.I hope that through this blog you will be able to see, as I did, a glimpse of the inspiring vision and stunning reality of this medical school, and that you will share in our innovative and hands-on journey to becoming tomorrow’s doctors. So if you spill your deepest, messiest emotions, she'll accept them and try to understand them. She feels totally comfortable talking about pee, poop, UTIs, periods, and anything else you find gross. If you happen to stay in a committed relationship during "the match," aka when med students find out what specialty and residency they will be working, be prepared to move with her. Find one who is more laid-back (aka, not any type of aspiring surgeon. She has a great ability to stay up beyond what is humanly possible.Yes, this is a real question that one of my classmates has been asked!!And of course the answer is no, although anyone who marries a medical student has to realize that they are taking on a whole lot of student loans and a very time-demanding career – dating or marrying you is a big commitment for them, too. Because even once she finishes finals, there's always another final. And then a presentation and an oral exam and a 500-page review textbook to read.This is actually great since you are a human with a normal body and honestly, everyone should feel this OK about these things. It's a sacrifice, but hey, you may end up marrying a doctor/someone you really love. If she has Saturday off after working a 24-hour day Friday, yeah, she's not going to wake up and go to brunch Saturday because she will be in bed all day. Go for that promotion or that job you never thought you'd get!
Whether that’s making time to visit family, to exercise, or to have a boyfriend/girlfriend, you’ll figure out how to make time for the important things.
You know, unless you date a surgeon, which I already specifically warned you about.
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She spends all day listening to patients, lecturers, residents, attending doctors, so she's basically a professional listener. If she gets a muffin at 6 every morning from the same place and you ask her to try a new place, she might have a breakdown, so just accept it and move on. You will then think you had the most boring day ever by comparison and also wonder WTF the Bristol stool scale is. You could fart and have diarrhea at the same time, and she wouldn't flinch. I've talked to aspiring surgeons who told me not to date aspiring surgeons, so I know what I'm talking about) and you'll be fine. Medical residents work 24-hour shifts that may turn into 28 or 30 hours.
Unless it's the day after a 24-hour call day, in which case haha, no, she already fell asleep. Plan every date at least 10 years in advance, if possible. To her, it is her job, and an everyday occurrence that she talks to people about. The field is damn competitive, and every spot for residency is coveted. This also means she to sleep, and often at weird hours. This will push you to work your hardest and to be your best, which is second nature for her. It’s obviously a very exciting time of life, and I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what it’s like to be engaged as a medical student.