A woman who is a hypochondriac matched with a doctor on Hinge – and now asks him to diagnose her.
The woman with health-related anxiety has gone viral on TikTok after sharing a string of text messages between her and her date, who is now her boyfriend.
Hypochondriac is a term used to describe people who worry they have severe medical conditions that have not been diagnosed – even when tests prove there is nothing wrong.
You'd think they'd be doctors worst nightmares – but not in the case of TikTok user @dawsynscreek.
The social media user admitted she has become her medical professional partner’s “most annoying patient".
In the clip that has now racked up 1.8 million views, the woman shared the text messages that showed her fear for her health.
She explained: “Me, a hypochondriac, matching with a doctor a year ago on Hinge.”
The woman lovingly urged her now boyfriend to “get some rest” before she asked for a diagnosis regarding her boob.
Concerned, the woman asked: “When ur finished I need a diagnosis.
“Left boob has been twitching for a week, randomly, doesn’t feel like it’s my heart I don’t know. Feels like a muscle spasm.”
Cheekily, the doctor replied with a flirty text: “Maybe I’m making your heart skip a beat.”
She then messaged again telling her partner that she was in “so much pain"
She continued: “The area under my right boob feels so tight and burning I’ve been laying here since 2 trying to sleep and can’t because it hurts so bad.”
The doctor asked if she had taken any medication for it – and she confirmed that she had taken some Ibuprofen.
But, the woman’s worries did not stop there.
She then asked her partner to check her breasts daily for lumps as she feared she had cancer as her nan was diagnosed with it.
The woman pleaded: “I need you to check my breasts daily for lumps.”
Lovingly, the boyfriend then agreed to check her boobs.
But the drama didn't stop there as the lass then convinced herself that she had diabetes.
After she sent a screenshot of symptoms to her boyfriend, he reassured: “You don’t have diabetes.”
Although she remained persistent and replied: “[I’m] peeing a lot and hungry.”
Well, her boyfriend’s profession has come in handy!
Impressed with her match, many people fled to the comments to praise the boyfriend for being so understanding.
One person commented: “Marry him please for our sake.”
Another user added: “Perfect match.”
Whilst a third person voiced: “This is my DREAM. I’m living through you. Thank you.”
Someone else shared: “I need a doctor boyfriend.”
Meanwhile, a fifth person remarked: “Must be nice to have a real medical professional definitely answer the late night rabbit hole diagnoses.”
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