Patients hitting on nurses - page 3

LOL ... we thought we would poke fun at Batman since the new Batman movie is about to launch (July 20th) :D Do you have any stories you want to share about patients hitting on you or a co-worker?... Read More

  1. by   Alf2
    Once a lesbian elderly patient flirted with me.
    It was pretttttttty weird man
  2. by   AgentBeast
    During my Peds rotation they had one of the Family Life folks dress up as the Batman to go and visit the kids.
  3. by   Wild Irish LPN
    Quote from ScottE
    During my Peds rotation they had one of the Family Life folks dress up as the Batman to go and visit the kids.
    Lol...I am going to start calling you "Mr. Random"....
  4. by   bear14
    I'm a student nurse and with my first patient as I was leaving the room I asked if I could get him anything else and he said, "Oh I dont know...sex?" I just laughed and walked out. His son apologized and said his father was just like that. I'm pretty sure the father was joking but it made for an interesting day.
  5. by   pkateRN
    Once, when I was in nursing school, I was shadowing the wound nurse for the day. The first wound-vac dressing change I was to do was on a man's scrotum. When he asked who would be doing the dressing change, and I said I was, he promptly opened his legs spread eagle and said "boy am I lucky!" ...this man also had a large, naked woman tattoo on his arm. creeper.
  6. by   Kdids520
    As a nursing student, we were doing our clinical rotation in a nursing home. We were told to do AM care for our patients and help them get up and dressed for the day. I was assigned to an elderly man who was talkative and pleasant. I gave him a bed bath and the entire time, he kept saying, "Oh, that feels nice. Yes. That feels good. Mmm Hmm. You're doing a great job." I thought nothing of it, finished up with him and then was standing near the nurses station with a classmate talking about our mornings. I said "I just finished giving my patient a bed bath and brought him to the day room..." The nurse working there said, "Who do you have?? I thought you had Kevin in 104B??" I told her that I did have him...her response? "You just got played, honey. That old bastard walks himself to the shower every morning."
  7. by   CNAwhowantshisRN
    Quote from Kdids520
    As a nursing student, we were doing our clinical rotation in a nursing home. We were told to do AM care for our patients and help them get up and dressed for the day. I was assigned to an elderly man who was talkative and pleasant. I gave him a bed bath and the entire time, he kept saying, "Oh, that feels nice. Yes. That feels good. Mmm Hmm. You're doing a great job." I thought nothing of it, finished up with him and then was standing near the nurses station with a classmate talking about our mornings. I said "I just finished giving my patient a bed bath and brought him to the day room..." The nurse working there said, "Who do you have?? I thought you had Kevin in 104B??" I told her that I did have him...her response? "You just got played, honey. That old bastard walks himself to the shower every morning."
    That's 2 funny!
  8. by   RURN2O11
    I once cared for this pt who was in his late 50's or 60's and had a new diagnosis of CHF. He was quite large & with his beard he really looked like Santa Claus. At the very end of my shift he was telling me how frustrated he was that "we couldn't figure out what was wrong w/ him." I gently started explaining about CHF & how it doesn't really go away but can be managed w/ meds, lifestyle & dietary changes, etc. He listened for a few minutes & then said "Well, honey, I think all I really need is 3 wild women & a bottle of whiskey." I couldn't help but laugh b/c I found it so hilarious.

    Not surprisingly, several months later this same pt was admitted again for CHF. After I'd been in & out of his room several times he apparently remembered me from the previous admission b/c he started apologizing for having said something rude to me the last time he saw me. At first I had no clue what he was talking about b/c he looked familiar but I just couldn't place him. After a few minutes I figured it out & told him there was no need to apologize b/c he had given me a great laugh at the end of my shift.
  9. by   DizzyLizzyNurse
    Quote from Kdids520
    As a nursing student, we were doing our clinical rotation in a nursing home. We were told to do AM care for our patients and help them get up and dressed for the day. I was assigned to an elderly man who was talkative and pleasant. I gave him a bed bath and the entire time, he kept saying, "Oh, that feels nice. Yes. That feels good. Mmm Hmm. You're doing a great job." I thought nothing of it, finished up with him and then was standing near the nurses station with a classmate talking about our mornings. I said "I just finished giving my patient a bed bath and brought him to the day room..." The nurse working there said, "Who do you have?? I thought you had Kevin in 104B??" I told her that I did have him...her response? "You just got played, honey. That old bastard walks himself to the shower every morning."
    I used to work as a CNA in a nursing home. I had a guy who would purposely **** himself and then say really creepily, "Now you have to wash me and touch it." It worked with the other aides who were too scared to do what I would do, which was hand him a basin with water and some soap and washcloths and tell him I knew he was perfectly capable of washing himself. I'd be back when he was done haha.
  10. by   hecallsmeDuchess
    The last guy I took care of was an elderly man who asked if he could get in my pants (his words)...I laughed out loud because it came out of the blue and totally took me by surprise. When he persisted, I let him know he was being inappropriate but he said he didn't understand why I would call him inappropriate.
  11. by   Journee2
    Although I am not a Nurse yet (Fall 2012 Student), these stories remind me of my Grandfather and his experiences with Nurses. He resided in a very posh assisted living facility where he had Nurse care. He had three of the best (and prettiest) Nurses ever, but he would toss $50.00 bills at them all the time! I used to crack up. But he did say to me: "Just wait til you're a Nurse, Beauties like you get proposals and big bills tossed at them all the time. You'll make a fortune!"
  12. by   tina1997
    Funny to have found this topic tonight because my collegues and I were just laughing about this very topic at the end of shift last night! The funniest situation I can recall is working on the "dementia unit" at LTC when leaving my shift (3-11) and the young, good looking male nurse (11-7) was taking over. Three of our residents, females, would all come out of their rooms or some would just call "nurse, I need you." It was very amusing and we all got a kick out of it! We just figured it was something these ladies needed and enjoyed (flirting with one of the only men they ever really get to see anymore)!

    On the other hand, I was a very new nurse when I had a patient who could barely speak English and who would try to hug me and say, "come on baby," everytime I had to change his dressing! That was creepy! I also have a resident now whose boyfriend hits on me everytime he comes to visit. It's gross and I can't stand it, but I just try to shoosh him away. I've told him I'm married and he continues! Just a creepy guy!
  13. by   MedChica
    Old men are a mess.
    This one little old gentlemen with one foot in the grave (80's) that I was helping to the bed on the floor wanted to give me a hug. So I hugged him and thought, "Aw...he's so sweet."
    We got him on the bed and he wouldn't let go from the transfer.
    I said, "Mr Richards...?"
    He said, "Come here and get in bed with me, honey..."
    I looked to the other aide, who just shook her head.
    This man died 2 weeks ago...and he was still trying to get booty.

    Another seriously thought that I was going to run away with him. "Honey' this and 'honey' that.

    Had another who played with himself will I changed his bed. I didnt' even notice until I looked up wondering why his breatihng was so heavy. I grabbed my things and hauled ass out of there.

    Of course, there's that little old lesbian who thinks I'm 'the bees knees'....
    "You're so pretty...I just want to eat you up."
    I bet you do, lady.
    I bet you do.

    I could go on and on and on...and let me tell you: they're not all psych.

    I think, when you reach a certain age, you just say 'the hell with it' and do what you want.
    That's why old people in general speak without a filter. That's why old men tend to be so freaky. LOL
    Had that gentleman been my age, I would've called the police on him. But he's old.
    So, it's kind of like, "Awe...he's so cute and perv-y."

    I don't work with young pts and I'm somewhat curious as to what those experiences will be like.
    My experiences in long-term care have been interesting. Horny geri's everywhere.

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