Pregnancy can be uncomfortable. But burning sensations, down there, while being seen at the doctor’s office… that’s not right.

Two parents recently left a doctor’s office in stitches after a recent visit to a doctor’s office. Prognosis: He picked up the wrong bottle.

According to Huffington Post, Chris and Rachel McQueen have three kids; so, they’re familiar with the whole check-up routine.

When they got to the doctor’s office, everything looked great, but then, in a video recorded by the couple after the appointment, Rachel says:

“Things get a little heated there in the OB ultrasound room.”

The doctor got some gel to check on the health of the baby. That’s when Rachel started screaming.

Chris remembers her saying:

“Whoa, what did you put in there? That’s hot!”

She pointed to the doctor and her husband, “You’ve got to go! You’ve got to get out of here!” The doctor asked if there was anything he could do.

Yes, she said: Never to put hand sanitizer up there again.

That got everyone laughing.


They were big, hearty laughs that made the couple stop the car when they told their friends on Facebook.


Their video has now been viewed more than 5.4 million times on Facebook, and it has generated more than 10K comments.

Funniest OBGYN story you will ever hear.?

Posted by Chris N Rachel McQueen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Some of the commenters jumped in and added their own funny stories. One person even wrote that he tried putting anti-fugal powder in his underwear when he was in the Army. “Boy was I wrong,” he wrote.

The parents refused to release the name of the doctor to the Huffington Post because they like him and want him to deliver their baby. But they did leave a hilarious status for their friends later that day.

What a day.

Posted by Chris N Rachel McQueen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

They checked in as “Feeling clean” on their shared Facebook account, rounding it out with another painfully hilarious post to end day.

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