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 , I've just turned 18 .Ive noticed up my vigina i have like a lump almost like a tag ,is it even possible to get a tag up there ?And if so is it dangerous and is it so…
Asked by Shannon on Am I Normal Periods
My labia seems to be split. Also I have been in pain down below like a stinging pain when I wipe or sit down. And sometimes just randomly stings. I gave birth 8 months ag…
Asked by Jade on Vulva Gallery
I've been suffering from boils in my privet area it is very pain full and I have got terrible scarring from them how can I get rid of both the boil and the huge scarring …
Asked by Hunk on Boils
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Maria on Am I Normal Hair
Don't worry about it, puberty happens at different times for everyone you may just be a late developer. If your period doesn't come before your 18 it may be a good idea to go to the doctor about it and see if there is any underlying issues however don't worry about it and if anything your friends s…
Abby on Am I Normal Breasts
Hi, I'm 15 and no boobs , well... There's an "idea" up there but not really "boobs" as I would like to say. Not only that! My period hasn't come yet and I feel I'm left out from my friends since they have boobs and periods everywhere . I feel so insecure that I had to LIE to my friend since she aske…
sashley on Am I Normal Breasts
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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