Embarrassing Teenage Bodies helps answer the common questions and health concerns of teenagers. The videos, condition guides and interactive applications provide clear, honest information about the changes going on in teenage bodies.
I'm 43 I have two children they cut me two times ofter have my children I put on some weight 20 stone I lost 4 stone but my belly where they cut is flap over and that mor…
Asked by Sheryl on Obesity
After having intercourse I found I had split my banjo string, ever since I have had bits of skin just underneath the shaft like a few extra bits of skin and whenever I ha…
Asked by Oliver on Am I Normal Penis
My vagina kinda looks like image 5, darker of course cause I have darker skin. And I was wondering if it was normal if the "vag lips" or whatever were supposed to be like…
Asked by Katie on Vulva Gallery
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I have just turned thirteen (male) and I have armpit hairs about 1 cm long, I was wondering how long it will take till they are fully grown. And when i finish puberty.…
John on Am I Normal Hair
Why a male would take the contraceptive pill I would never know but if they were to take just one birth control pill, nothing whatsoever would happen. However, if a male took birth control pills that contain estrogen over a period of time, he might experience larger breasts, less facial hair, small…
Bethan on Contraception Guide
I'm 14 and it looks like my belled has two holes instead of one is this normal or should I be worried…
Kieran on Am I Normal Penis
The doctors see a case of self-harming, some excessive sweating and visit Thorpe Park to test out responses to stress.
The doctors visit the Wakestock festival to seek out cases of sunburn, tooth decay and a very burnt bottom.
In episode 2 the doctor's encounter cases of asymmetrical testicles, bulimia, cystitis and a vestigial tail.
The doctors return for a new season of teenage specials - with cases involving everything from scrotal cysts to the reality of teenage pregnancy.
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