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.
hi im 14 years old and I am in a very bad state right now. basically my genital skin looks goose bumpy all the time and the skin is very loose.the middle part of my vagin…
Asked by rubyca on Am I Normal Vagina
I'm 14 years old and I found a painless lunp in the very top of my left testicle... I can only see it when I move my sac around... I don't know if this is just how my tes…
Asked by Joshua on How To Check Your Testicles
for years now i have had thick stringy sperm and sometimes a yellow-ish colour, i am 35 and as far as i know its always been this way. me and my new wife now want to star…
Asked by dave on Body Check: Semen
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Hi, my head is a lot smaller than my body. Literally looks like a pingpong ball on my shoulders! is this normal ? …
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You should probably visit your doctor, who would most likely prescribe a low dosage of Birth Control, which helps regulate menstrual cycles.…
Lexi on Am I Normal Periods
My period is about 7-8 days so 9 days should be fine some of my friends get really heavy periods and there's not much they can do about it I know it's awful but if your period is safe then there's not much you can do. It wouldn't hurt to go see a doctor though and maybe get something for your cramps…
Bea on Am I Normal Periods
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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