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Is it possible they've all met people prior to med school and residency, and single people like me are statistically destined to be kinda lonely until their 30s? Edit: Looking for stories and an answer to my title question, not so much advice.3rd yr resident here.I was single for the 2nd half of a medical school until quite recently.

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I wasn't looking for anything serious for a while and had no problems with finding casual stuff, too.

One issue is that most of the people I ended up with were connected with the hospital one way or another and, while I've had no professional or personal ramifications, shit does get around and people do gossip and so I'd tread lightly if possible (e.g. Sleep with a nurse who works on the floor where most of your patients are admitted and who can call you at 2 AM for Tylenol orders if things go badly? As I was once told by a private practice physician much my elder, if you want to sleep with a nurse, go for it.

if you're gonna sleep with a nurse, make sure it's a cool one that you can trust! But don't sleep with It always cracks me up when docs get mad about 2AM Tylenol calls.

) but otherwise you're only as lonely as you make yourself and if you interested in starting dating, then residency would not preclude that in any way. Are we just supposed to leave the patient in pain and unable to sleep so you can sleep? I inserted a continuous peripheral nerve block catheter for a young man who was an overnight observation case.

After reflecting on this past year, I felt inspired to write an article on a topic that I hope will be interesting and helpful to a particular subset of people: professional/physician couples.

To establish my credibility on the subject matter, it is essential for me to present our background.

The series continues with this blog by Joshua Mali, MD, a vitreoretinal surgeon at The Eye Associates, a private multispecialty ophthalmology practice in Sarasota, FL.

The views expressed in these blogs are those of their respective contributors and do not represent the views of Ophthalmology Times or UBM Medica.

At first, I was not even going to consider a long-distance relationship for obvious reasons.

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