Ok, so every time I go to the clinic to see my doctor the first thing the nurse asks me is "do you smoke" which I think is a tricky question. I never smoke tobacco, but I smoke/vape pot every day (mostly vape). I am an honest person and I know that there is doctor patient confidentiality, and I care about my health. But the last few times I went to the doctor it was really obvious that they didnt know shit about pot and they told me that it is unhealthy and I should quit because she didn't want to see me get into "trouble". I tried to explain that I generally use a vaporizer and the doctor had never heard of one, and when I tried to explain that how it works and that there is no actual smoke, she told me that she is pretty sure that cannabis in any form is harmful to your body and can affect hormones. Basically she kept trying to tell me to quit, but she said it in a way where I could tell that she knew that I was not going to be convinced, but she had to tell me the "facts" anyway because it is her job. My question is, should I continue to be honest with my doctors about my happy habit knowing that they are ignorant and square, or should I just keep it to myself?
PS. I only go to doctors that are women. Male doctors scare the shit out of me.