From Dracula And The Night Nurse
She was a round woman, with a large bosom that was taxing the buttons on the front of her uniform to their very extreme and thick legs straining the fabric of her dress. She had remarkably shiny red hair, Dracula noted. It was pinned up and she’d stuck in too many pins around her head to hold down all the flyaway hairs. He counted at least seven. Maybe that wasn’t too many. Just felt excessive to him. But what did he know. He just felt naked. Because he was naked under his gown. Every time the nurse turned her back to lay equipment on the table, his vision was filled with her enormous backside and that made him feel even more naked.
It was juicy. Oh so juicy.
He instinctively covered his crotch with his hands.
“Um, where’s the doctor?” he asked.
The nurse glanced at him over her shoulder.
“We’re a little understaffed tonight so since you didn’t need immediate care and weren’t bleeding to death, it’s just going to be me, I’m afraid.”
“But… but..” Dracula started, then realized that he might be letting his own paranoia get the better of him. This was just a routine check up, after all. You can’t be drinking from every Tom, Dick and Harriet and NOT take care of your regular health checks. People had such weird afflictions these days. He had a quick flashback to that one time he caught the plague. It did eventually get better but damn it, the itching and the boils took months to clear up. With most modern medicines, things took only a few days with his supernatural biology. No more rolling around in the sweaty coffin, spitting blood and scratching your skin off for months of end for him! And come to think of it, he didn’t think it was very courteous to go out to eat and give the plague as well as anemia to some random stranger.
The nurse had finished setting up her equipment and sat down with his patient chart.
“Sooooo… Mr Luca?” she looked up.
Her eyes were stunning, Dracula though and gathered more fabric to cover his crotch.
“Yes. Drake Luca. That is me,” he replied nodding.
“It says here you’ve been experiencing minor headaches and itching… where are you itching exactly?”