There is a kind of love called peer love, especially between doctors/medical students.
The two got along, made an appointment to date again after the exam, and then never saw each other again for a semester... Because there are always exams.
90% of dating is about learning, and 10% of dating is about... Discuss how to learn.
We talked to our readers, how scary can two doctors/medical students do when they fall in love?
"I received a patient today."
It's rare to see each other, and I feel like I'm doing a discussion of difficult cases.
When I was sick and needed care, he would start telling me what medicine to take, and when I should have been angry, I would start to disagree about the medication I was using...
And then I forgot about caring.
Eat a hot pot to discuss what kind of meat is this?
My roommate is in a long-distance relationship, two pediatricians.
Every time they call, the beginning is always how the new newborn is doing, followed by an hour of academic discussion... Then they quarreled because of disagreements with each other.
I fell in love since my freshman year of medical school, and after 9 years together, I have finally mixed into a hospital. He is anesthesia regulator, my bald female doctor.
When he first entered the department a while ago, he came back every day to touch my sternocleidomastoid muscle and review his central venous puncture site...
I am an emotionless specimen.
Before that, they would give each other a complete set of physical examinations.
Near the end of the semester, memorize the questions together.
I said I had a pain in my back, and he asked me how much was my waist? Let him help me scratch my back and say: about 3~5 of the itch in the chest. Scratching and scratching, he suddenly asked me: What are the ACEI contraindications?
My boyfriend orthopedics, when holding hands, he kept rubbing my knuckles, touching the shoulder peak on his shoulder, lying on the sofa and putting his feet on him to play with my patella... I want to beat him up all the time.
Schedules determine destiny. One in the lab on the 13th floor and one in the ward on the 11th floor, meeting only once a month.
I feel that I have a fake marriage, and the happiest thing is to go home together at night to catch up on sleep.
Exchange the next week's duty schedule every weekend and start looking for similarities and differences.
Long-distance relationship in the same house.
Double 11 about watching a movie, so far has not made up.
Always passing on the road of day shift, night shift.
Clinical appointments are mainly based on consultation requests.
The happiest thing is to work the night shift at the same time, and the most unlikely thing is to have two days off at the same time.
Obviously the two live together, but I haven't seen him for 4 days. Going out together on Sunday morning until now is an infinite interlacing between shifts.
It's rare to get along, it's also him who does PPT quietly, and I read quietly.
It is clear that he is studying as a graduate student in the same department, but the supervisor is not in the same city, and the appointment basically depends on the academic annual meeting.
Both are medical students, and together they are either reading books or eating.
At most, there are not photos of girlfriends, but PPT photos of the teacher's lectures.
The two of us are brothers and sisters who originated from the guinea pig experiment, and then the entire history of college love is to raise mice and breed mice in the laboratory...
Loved for 5 years, currently studying for a Ph.D. Every time we meet, we are in the lab, helping each other with experiments.
All appointments were made in the library, he parasites, I microbes.
The answer was right as soon as we met, it was so exciting.
I went out to open a house together, and then carried the embryo for one night.
After making an appointment to eat together, he went to surgery and stepped down late. I casually opened the guide in the restaurant and read it.
After the two met for the first time, they both secretly went to check how many SCIs the other party had sent...
Every time I think it's time for a date, an exam comes up right away. Then tell yourself that you should finish this subject and date again, and the result will be subject after subject, subject after subject.
The first sentence of each meeting: What day did you take the exam?
So here's the problem
Than two doctors/medical students fall in love
What's even scarier?
This article was first published: Lilac Garden
Edited by Gyouza Soar
Illustration: Liu Yu