Dating a medical student advice
After all the tests and group projects, she will still inevitably go out and get wasted like she's a freshman in college.
Few people drink as hard and fast as med students after exams, god bless 'em. She won't freak out if it doesn't work out between you two.
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.
She feels totally comfortable talking about pee, poop, UTIs, periods, and anything else you find gross.
It seems like every second of your day needs to be devoted to studying, however, solely spending your time studying is unsustainable.
You need to make time to spend quality time with your significant other.
Okay, well here’s a special Valentine’s Day article about dating in medical school.I polled a few of my classmates and they all agreed that developing and maintaining a relationship in medical school (or as a dedicated pre-med) can be a challenge.So here’s the best advice, from me and my classmates, for maintaining a romantic relationship during your second year of medical school: Medical school is a very stressful time in your life, especially in your second year. It doesn’t matter whether you’re dating another medical professional or someone outside medicine, communication will help build and strengthen your relationship. It’s hard to spend the day in clinic listening to patients’ problems and then go home and listen to your significant other’s problems. Medical school is overwhelming, but your significant other may be overwhelmed as well. 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.
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.6. Whether it's a cool patient she saw that day, a surgery she observed, the size and quality of a poop her patient had (no, but seriously, check out the Bristol stool scale), you'll hear about it. Oh, you want to hear more about dating in medical school?