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.
When I have sexual intercourse I feel like I am shooting sperm so when I pull out I see nothing but when I pee I see this white gooey stuff come out so am I shooting out …
Asked by fjramirez on Body Check: Semen
Hi, last year I had a wart removed by my doctor on my chin. Now I have two more come up and the doctor said its 9month waiting list for removal. I am really conscious of …
Asked by Thomas on Human papilloma virus
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
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I'm 16, so I am aware having small boobs can be normal at my age, I have quite small boobs, I'm a size B, which doesn't exactly bother me. However they have no shape. They get so sore but they don't seem to grow or fill out to a 'normal boob shape'. Which is all I really want but it's still not hap…
Katie on Am I Normal Breasts
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
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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