The scene is a hospital where a female character is being examined a few weeks after an major emergency operation. The area operated on is on the upper part of the leg in the inner thigh. In my fic, this character is very tactile and as such, responds to touch. She's on the examining table and the doctor is assessing the healing, but this is in situation where there's no gloves or anything like that, so it's skin on skin. I want to know if her actions are in the ballpark for how a young woman who was deeply in love with someone would react to the given situation. Basically, the physical touch of the doctor's hand that close to her vagina caused the normal tingles that a person would feel in a different situation. She gets a little sick to her stomach because of the uncomfortable situation, closes her eyes, and tries to divorce herself from everything going on, reminding herself that he's a just a doctor doing what needs to be done, and that everything is routine. (And it is, the doctor isn't doing anything wrong). I'm trying to walk the line here with a character that I've written to be highly responsive and tactile, but also faithful. So, offensive? Viable? Outright stupid because in no way, no shape, no form would a woman ever feel like this with a doctor? Let me know since this one is definitely far, far out of my range of personal experience.