About the Show
The Embarrassing Bodies doctors offer an innovative way to raise health awareness and de-stigmatise 'embarrassing' body parts and medical conditions
Series 6 Summary
The Embarrassing Bodies docs return for a new series as they take the clinic on the road, offering aid to awkward ailments everywhere.
The doctors return for a new series taking the clinic on the road, giving aid to awkward ailments everywhere. This time they're in the holiday hot spot Magaluf helping with hangovers.
Doctors Christian, Dawn and Pixie help with the 132% rise in hospital cases in Magaluf that have resulted from 24-7 partying, petting and drinking
In Caerphilly, Wales, Dr Christian meets a woman whose baby bottom burns are still bothering her as an adult, and a lady whose weight loss has left her nipples near her nether regions
The doctors bring their portable clinic to Bristol, where the bothersome conditions include rashes, mouth ulcers, excessive sweating, a painful post-pregnancy problem, and excessive body hair
The doctors visit Luton and meet a woman with huge bruises. Dr Dawn treats a lady with a fishy smell. And Dr Christian warns of the dangers of inserting foreign objects in intimate places.
The portable clinic visits Weymouth, where Dr Dawn meets a man with blood-blisters on his testicles, advises on pubic abscesses and warns of the dangers of dodgy tattoos
Dr Christian tackles some difficulties with bottoms at Liverpool's Brazillica festival and Dr Dawn offers advice to a man with troublesome testicles
Having set up camp at the Sundown festival in Norfolk, Dr Pixie meets a lad badly bitten by the festival bug, a man with piles and a lady with chronic discharge down below
In this one-off special, patients returning to meet Dr Christian and Dr Dawn include a man who had a problem with swollen testicles and a woman with a cyst in a very embarrassing area.
Some of the show's most inspirational cases return to the clinic having battled cancer and the scars it has left them with
The doctors stand up to cancer meeting father-of-two Danny, who's been diagnosed with bladder cancer, and Natalie, 22, as she undergoes radiotherapy for cervical cancer.