I was in a very similar experience my Freshman year of college. I had a friend who started on The Pill for other reasons (lets just say she's very likely infertile, with or without the pills). As a matter of fact, she's against sex before marriage. First, she acted like getting the exam was traumatizing. And, while I admit it's not enjoyable by any means, she would change the story every time she told it to make it sound worse and worse. By the end, the male doctor was being accused of stuff. I was having the same exam a matter of three weeks later, she knew it, I asked her to stop trying to scare everyone, but eventually I had to just leave the room until she got the hint. Then, once she got The Pill she managed to bring it into every single conversation. And when I say EVERY SINGLE, I mean it. It was as if she treated it as if she belonged to some exclusive club where all the cool kids belong because "that's what grown women do". She walked into the room of another of our friends and said, "Yeah, so I started The Pill," as an introduction (as in, she walked in and said that). Her roommate said, "Yeah, so am I?" Seeing another person who could be in her little club, she asked why (like it's any of her business). The roommate replied, "Because my boyfriend and I have sex." That shut her up real fast. It was so annoying and not what I needed to hear at the time.