If you are a woman, are post-menopausal or are pregnant, you may have heard or will hear one or more of these phrases from a doctor. "Trust me." "I'm going to order a few simple tests." "Let's just take a couple of pictures." "I'm afraid we'll have to operate." "What do you need a uterus for anyway?" "Do you want your baby to die?" "It's time to speed things up a bit." "Your pelvis is too small." "You'll just have to learn to live with it." "It's safer than pregnancy." "It's you your husband loves, not your breasts." And I saved the best for last: "What medical school did you go to?"