There are a lot of reasons you might want to have a female doctor. For one, it makes many women feel more comfortable during exams. For another, according to research, female doctors tend to have patients who live longer than their male counterparts. Still, women remain unequal in the medical workforce, with men occupying more prestigious roles and leadership slots. But while we need more female doctors now, there was an era when a lack of women in medicine meant a totally sexist—not to mention imaginary—"condition" was running rampant. That would be female hysteria, the first mental health condition attributable to women.
The History of Doctors Diagnosing Women With Hysteria
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Just over years ago, the most common cause for a woman to visit her family physician was a bad case of hysteria, a scourge once common in the s that struck women of child-bearing years, married or single, young or old. We take it to mean the idea of something uncontrollably funny or absurd or emotional to the extent of upset. Hysterical women displayed irritability, anxiety, sleeplessness, nervousness, sensations of heaviness in the abdomen, lower pelvic edema and erotic fantasy. Throughout history, doctors relied on but one cure for hysteria. Uterine paroxysm left women relaxed and serene.