Our expert says:
Well, firstly, there are many much less potent men who might envy you your problem. Secondly, in the anxiety of the situation in the doctor's surgery, you may well find you do NOT have an erection. And thirdly, even if you do, he'll have seen that before --- for some people anxiety inhibits erections, for others it stimualtes them. He'll understand. I doub t that he'll think there's anything strange about it, but if you like, you can say when he suggests you get changed, that you apologise in advance by you find you tend to get erections in such circumstances, and hope it won't bother him.
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