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.
Why does my sperm taste like fish sticks…
Asked by Bill on Body Check: Semen
For years now ive had permanently swollen tonsils and have been to the doctors numerous times. They checked for tonsillitis and glandular fever and both came back clear. …
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Hello, Im a 16 year old lad and have a very tight foreskin which I can retract when im soft but when im erect I cant as it hurts a little but not alot also when I touch o…
Asked by Jack on Phimosis
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My penis is 5.39 inches when erect and 3.53 when flaccid is this the right size for a thirteen yr old boy.…
[No first name supplied] on Am I Normal Penis
Rachel, I am 13 and only 1m 43cm, I normally wear age 9-10 or age 10-11 clothes. I don't even need a bra yet (not even a aa) and no period. does this mean I have the same disorder thing as you. I am generally a head smaller than everyone else. Should I go to a doctor is it just cos mum is small. …
[No first name supplied] on Am I Normal Periods
When erect my foreskin doesn't sit behind my bell end like normal. I don't think its tight (as par as i know) it just sits like half way back on my bell end. when i pull my foreskin back when floppy it pulls my bell end down as the connective tissue acts like an anchor. Is there anything i can do? …
clive on Am I Normal Penis
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