When I was planning to play sports my Freshman year of high school, go away to college, and just before/after I was hired for two jobs, I had to go through a Physical. Every time I go through a physical, I sort of wish I didn't have to do it because of something going wrong.
Before I started high school, it was nice the physical didn't find anything major wrong with me, but I ended up getting a shot (I'm not a fan of shots), and ended up getting a few after that (for a certain reason).
Before I went off to college, I figured I'd have no problems passing that physical. Well, I was asked to view an eye chart behind a white line. I could not read the chart at the line they asked me to. I KNOW my eyes were not bad because I could see everything just fine. The nurse told me to see an eye doctor, but I told her I must have been too tired. Plus I didn't think the chart was accurately placed at the right distance. Then I had my blood pressure tested and it went way up. My doctor wanted me to return back and get another blood pressure check (making me take medication). Last thing I wanted was to take medication the rest of my life and I know my blood pressure fluctuates. That same year when I had to have surgery to get a cyst removed (which pushed a wisdom tooth on top of my top teeth), the doctors found out I had low white blood cell count on blood tests along with other issues. Big massive mess.
When I took my physical for my current job, shockingly my blood pressure was low (probably because I breathed deep enough). I had some issues on the vision test, but I was able to guess my way through good enough.
This time when I had a physical, I was a bit concerned about my blood pressure. It only ended up being slightly high and they didn't complain about it to me (then again, I went over 24 hours without soda/fried food eating strictly Rice Krispies). I ended up having a problem with my ears, where the doctor complained about there being way too much wax inside my ears. I'll admit I forgot my Q-tips when traveling, but Q-tips don't always help since I always had issues as a kid with ear wax build-up (even if I can hear fine). He ended up take a tweezers getting the wax out (it hurt a bit). I was told to get my wax flushed out, but no way I'm doing that. Then I had to do various stretches and told I had scoliosis. WTF, my back feels perfectly fine. The doctor said that since I'm older, he wouldn't take that as a concern. I was asked many other questions, but I just said everything was fine (most everything is fine with me), I rather not discuss any issues I have because I fear the worst.
Regardless, I just have really bad luck with physicals, seeing specialist, or even going to the dentist (although I don't have cavities usually, just other issues). While people say they'll help you get better, that hasn't always helped in my case when I've had treatment. Regardless, I just don't look forward to having a physical again whenever that may be.
Anyone else dislike physicals?