The doctors continue to tackle the nation's embarrassing body problems as the portable clinic sets up camp at the Sundown festival in Norfolk. With home treatments not proving effective, Dr Dawn referred Nathan for hydra-dermabrasion, a procedure that removes impurities and lessens the scarring caused by acne. This is even more of a problem for Colin, as he spends all day on his feet as a full-time restaurant manager. Dr Pixie is concerned enough to send her for further tests, as this a potentially serious problem. The Embarrassing Illnesses doctors have decided to up sticks and take their clinic on the road! Thankful that the cause had finally been identified, Maria was still anxious to have her hair removed as quickly as possible whilst waiting for her treatment to take effect. Sandra experiences problems with her bottom — it bleeds and causes problems for her hygiene. The amount of hair in the area seems to be to blame, with hair filling up a pit in the skin and causing an infection to develop.
Dr James meets 35-year-old rocker Neil whose teeth are hanging on by a thread as a result of advanced gum disease. Cosmetic surgeon Dr Angelica Kavouni suggested surgery to remove the excess skin and reduce the labia in size. This is all brought into sharp focus by 53-year-old Barry, who was struck down by Prostate Cancer 3 years ago. Dawn meets 5-year-old Elliot, who has a strange shaped tongue. Dr Christian also catches up with Anna, who came to the clinic with extremely deflated breasts following her pregnancy. Doctors Christian and Priya explain what to look out for to avoid dangerous deadly moles. As there is no cure Lucy was given a complete hair replacement procedure, whereby a new permanent head of hair is glued onto her scalp.
Losing 18 stone and undergoing a tummy tuck had left Ed with a vast surplus of excess skin and fat in his groin, almost completely burying his penis and thus limiting his ability to function sexually. The doctors are back…and the time for excuses is over! The doctors visit Brighton, where they get to the bottom of a bleeding anus and some pus filled tonsils. As many as 1 in 10 women suffers from an inverted nipple. After growing to a staggering 28-stone, David managed to lose half that weight over the course of a two-year diet. Christian sent Rachel for ultraviolet light therapy, which even after a few treatments was starting to show positive signs. Suffering from a severe case of verrucas.
Kicking off proceedings is Kali, who has embarrassment written all over her face. Meanwhile, Chloe visits the clinic to see if the doctors can actually remove something from her chest…a growth! It was a 40 minute job, removing excess fat before reducing the amount of skin and sealing up the incision. It was the busiest day so far for the Embarrassing Bodies mobile clinic as it parked up in the centre of Nottingham. This time around, they are checking their urine for any signs of abnormalities and ill health. After Dr Pixie referred Maria to a specialist, she found out that she had polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that needs to be controlled with medication for life.
There's also advice for stag and hen parties on personal hygiene and safer drinking. Ginni takes a look at a man with an extremely tight foreskin and refers him to a urologist for a circumcision. Pixie recommends make-up to start with, before considering lazer treatment in the future. Sandra will have to complete more tests, but pelvic floor exercises have been recommended to help her cause. From preparation, loading and take off, through the journey and to the landing and unloading, viewers will experience the high-stakes and high-stress jobs through the eyes and lives of the characters that make it all happen. The doctors persuade a group of 3 women to road test 3 different techniques for strengthening their Pelvic Floors — with some surprising results. And in the 'Living With' series, the programme features a truly amazing 14-year-old girl with a rare condition called Progeria, which means she's living in the body of a pensioner.
To celebrate Lucy really let her hair down! Self-induced vomiting has left her with acid erosion on her teeth, shortening and eating away at the enamel. Most men would like to laugh off their illnesses, but the Docs have discovered that going bald can be no laughing matter. The nerves can become damaged and blood loss is a real danger. After examination, Dr Dawn notes the excessive build up and advises that cotton buds may be making the situation worse by aggravating her ear canal. Caroline has a condition called Alopecia, and Dr Christian gives her the unfortunate news that there is no known cure for her problem. The doctors hit the streets of Birmingham to talk to locals about the perils of weak pelvic floor muscles and recommend exercises and remedies to regain control over these important muscle areas.
Our next patient is Jagjivan who is suffering from an extremely common problem — poor hearing. Dr Christian notes that Kerry has developed a skin tag due to a tear and sends her to a specialist. The program not only focuses on treatments but, try's to reinforce that individuals from all walks of life can have medical difficulties and that they aren't as bad as they may seem. The programme follows the women's journeys and the lengths they've gone to in order to achieve their goal - from stories of love and bullying to butchery abroad and eye-watering surgery. Dr Pixie suspects she is suffering from painful cystic acne, and sends her to a specialist for treatment with antibiotics and lazer resurfacing.
Finally, Dr Christian sees a patient who decided to undergo a testicle implant operation to balance out his balls after losing one of them to testicular cancer, and also caught up with 13-year old Anthony, who was suffering with gynaecomastia, brought on by puberty and some excess weight. With his relationship on the rocks he underwent treatment at a sleep clinic, hoping it could put an end to his troubles. We next catch up with Emma, who had suffered for over a decade with facial hair growth. The surgeon removes skin and fat from his chest and abdominal area in a major operation lasting over three hours. Enter Dr Dawn, who takes a swab from his leg and predicts that hospital treatment will be needed. These include but, are not limited to, surgical scars and infections, skin rashes and irritations, and damaged dental cavities.
Next there are visits from Dr Christian and Dr Dawn to the men of Moseley Rugby Club and a group of women who have shame in baring all. Former breast cancer sufferer, Cheryl, whose breast removal and problematic reconstructive surgery left her with only one breast, also visits the clinic to see Dr Jessen. We do not host or upload any video, films, media files avi, mov, flv, mpg, mpeg, divx, dvd rip, mp3, mp4, torrent, ipod, psp , SockShare is not responsible for the accuracy, compliance, copyright, legality, decency, or any other aspect of the content of other linked sites. The premise of Embarrassing Bodies follows a series of medical experts who are aiming to help all people, specifically those patients who have a medical condition but are too shy or embarrassed to go into a real doctor's office for a consultation. Dr Christian takes his dad with him on a visit to the clinic to find out how the body ages, as we get older.