I would suggest you shadow a practicing physician not only to learn about the daily routine but also to find out the financial aspect of medicine.
I had the glamorous view of medicine of it being a profession with unrestricted patient care. In the current insurance environment and cost cutting practiced by the payers it is sometimes hard to justify investing quarter of your life in studying and giving best years of your life to it.
Being in HEALTHCARE for 25 years, I would suggest considering the following
1.) Do you want a family
2.) Do you have a great support system
Being a female, and if wanting to have children in the future this is a huge factor when becoming a MD.
It is doable, although it is strenuous and the hours can be overwhelming.
For me, this was the biggest factor of considering MD vs RN.
I took the RN route.
BEST OF LUCK :)