One Born Every Minute
Drs Christian Jessen and Pixie McKenna are back with the roving health show. This first episode focuses on women's pelvic floors.
In this episode the team tackles embarrassing childhood complaints, including a dramatic case of veruccas, and checks for nits and rotten teeth. Plus, a mother left with post-natal problems.
In the clinic there's a young woman whose large breasts are causing big problems for her spine and dentist Dr Russell has a patient who has literally been grinding his teeth away.
Among the patients is a woman in her 30s whose life and skin have been ruined by acne: can her face and fortunes be restored by the latest technology?
This episode tackles a range of summer holiday ailments, as the team sets up a temporary clinic at Birmingham International Airport.
The medical team hope to educate men about common embarrassing problems they hate to discuss, including erectile dysfunction and gynaecomastia - 'man boobs'.
The medical team help a variety of people including a newlywed who doesn't enjoy sex, a man with an armpit which is literally rotting away and a rock musician with rocky teeth.
Dr Christian finds a solution for a patient who's desperate for help treating the severely cracked skin on her hands and feet. He also meets a woman who suffers from webbed breasts.
The team invite a variety of previous patients back in for a final check-up - including teenage mum Maria, whose morbid obesity was threatening her life.
The medics invite a variety of patients including a chronic acne case and a lady with a painful skin condition back to the clinic for one final check up.
The doctors' invite some of the original patients back for a final check up to see if their embarrassing conditions have been banished for good and their lives have improved.
The Embarrassing Bodies team turn their expert attentions to conditions that affect us as we age, from cancer scares and incontinence to bunions and loss of hearing