Doctor Visit in Star Trainers

Posted by on Oct 10, 2019 in ABDL, Star Trainers, White Briefs | 0 comments

White Star Training Pants

I remember this day like it was yesterday…even though it was almost exactly one year ago.  It was the first time I had ever wore my white Star training pants to a doctor’s appointment.

I was going for a routine primary care follow-up appointment, but for some reason my doctor asked me to get undressed and put the standard hospital-type gown on.  It didn’t really bother me to do that as I was told I didn’t have to take my underwear off.  Still…

I was given privacy to “change” and I took the opportunity to snap some selfies in her (yes, my doctor is a woman) office.  I found it exciting (not arousing you realize)…just exciting that I was in my underwear “crawling” on the floor getting pictures.

What I did not realize is that the door was not locked….

Luckily, I had finished the “photo shoot” and was putting my phone in my backpack just as she walked in.  However, I was still just standing there in my white Star trainers (without the gown) when she walked in.  She stuttered, “oh, I’m sorry…I should have knocked; I didn’t realize you weren’t ready.”

I was embarrassed for her, not so much about me being ‘caught’ in my underwear.  Interestingly though, she noticed them (my underwear) and said something to the effect of “do you have incontinence issues…you never told me about that?”

I said, “oh…no, not at all”.  I was slipping the gown on as I continued, “These are ‘training pants’, yes, kinda like those I would wear as a toddler, but I wear them more for emotional reasons…they help me feel comfortable and safe.”

She switched to concerned doctor mode asking if I felt safe at home, etc.  I was like “yeah, all that’s good…it’s more of a ‘taking care of little boy inside me’ thing.”  Her response was “okay…I think I can understand that.”

Anyway…here I am in those white Star training pants…I love ’em.

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