Senior gynaecologist asked patient if she liked 'licking', suggested she bring sex toys to his surgery and asked her if she wanted sex after conducting an intimate examination, tribunal is told

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A senior doctor wiggled his tongue at a patient, asked if she liked 'licking' and suggested she bring sex toys to his surgery as he quizzed her about her love life, a medical tribunal heard on Tuesday.

Consultant gynaecologist Dr Iftekhar Ahmed, 51, posed a series of inappropriate questions to the woman, including what sexual positions she used with her partner and whether she used vibrators and other sexual aids, it was said.

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During two consultations about safe sex at a community clinic, Ahmed also allegedly asked the patient if she watched pornography and even offered to download some on her laptop. He reportedly asked if she would bring the sex aids to the clinic so he could 'look at them'.

In the second encounter the married father-of two-asked about a new sex toy then allegedly conducted an intimate inspection of the woman's private parts without her consent and without offering her a chaperone.

Patient - Undress - Anything - Body - Woman

It was also claimed he watched the patient undress and failed to offer her anything to cover her lower body later urging the woman not to tell anyone saying he would 'be in trouble'.

The woman known as Patient A, was said to have felt 'afraid, shocked, disgusted and vulnerable' by her treatment at the Princess Royal Health Centre in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

Medical - Practitioners - Tribunal - Service - Manchester

The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester was told the woman in her 40s had initially gone to the clinic for advice about sexual health in August 2013.

Lawyer for the General Medical Council Mrs Emma Gilsenan said: 'He was working as a specialist doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology and worked in sexual health and urinary medicine.

'These - Course - Consultations - Patient - A

'These were a course of two consultations with Patient A but Dr Ahmed asked her inappropriate questions about her private life which were not clinically indicated. He asked her what sexual positions occurred between...
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