Got a crush on my GP Watch

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(Original post by Helenia)
It would be unprofessional to have any person close to you as a patient, regardless of which order the events happened.

The immaturity of some people here never fails to astound me.
hell im just quoting the poster
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You only live once...if you get rejected just get a new gp!
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hell im just quoting the poster
Well the poster is a bit stupid then. The immaturity comment was not aimed at you.
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If you want her to lose her job, then sure, go for it :/

My god, get a crush on a girl who isn't your doctor and who is closer to your age!

Are you willing to risk her career, for her to get unregistered, be jobless, her reputation shattered and her to be humiliated? If you really care about her, move on and grow up.
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You sound somewhat delusional, but go for it anyway. On the off-chance she did enjoy sticking her finger up your arse and she has been flirting with you, perhaps one day she'll buy you a nice car.
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Don't ...just don't!
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Change your GP, and then make a point to meet her and mention it to her that you have changed your GP. If she asks you why? then that is your cue to tell her the real reason, and if she does not ask you for a reason then she isn't interested in you.

Result 1: She will tell you that she fancy's you aswell. So you get your girl and a new GP

Result 2: She asks you the reason, but then tells you she does not fancy you the same way. No worries it will hurt a bit, but hey you have a new GP so there will be no awkward moments with the old one
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Lol, that made me laugh, so I said yes.

I dont think you should at all.
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Forget it. Even if she does fancy you (from what I've read is unlikely) it's strictly forbidden by the GMC. She would probably lose her registration and never work as a Doctor in this country again.

Maybe when you book appointments see a different GP for a while – might give you a chance to get over this “crush”
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(Original post by Vegitto)
Change your GP, and then make a point to meet her and mention it to her that you have changed your GP. If she asks you why? then that is your cue to tell her the real reason, and if she does not ask you for a reason then she isn't interested in you.

Result 1: She will tell you that she fancy's you aswell. So you get your girl and a new GP

Result 2: She asks you the reason, but then tells you she does not fancy you the same way. No worries it will hurt a bit, but hey you have a new GP so there will be no awkward moments with the old one
ditto
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well i voted get in there - only because she seesm to be acting a bit too unprofessionally - still a risky game tho.
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