And forget 'The Beast from the East' blizzard, it was the pelvic floor chat that got everyone talking. It's made me depressed. I have no femininity," she explained. She now even sleeps in a separate bedroom from her own husband, who refused to have sex with her until the problem was rectified. Brigitte became tearful as she explained after her dramatic weight loss, she forced herself to have a closer inspection and held a mirror down below to get a full look.
The doctors take a trip to Fuengirola on Spain's Costa del Sol to help Brits abroad with embarrassing body problems. The mobile clinic visits Weston-Super-Mare, where Dr Pixie meets a local with an eye-watering condition. Also Dr Dawn examines a woman with an intimate problem. Dr Pixie helps a woman whose nipples are sticking out in the wrong places after breast surgery. In the main clinic Dr Pixie meets a man whose tight foreskin makes sex difficult and a woman with a painful vagina. There's a fertility theme in the clinic as Dr Pixie investigates why one woman has intense pain during sex, and why another seems to have a baby bump, although she isn't pregnant. Dr Pixie meets a woman with a pair of testicle-like cysts on her head.
Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. More often than not, these questions pertain to ill-conceived notions about how a vagina should look, smell or feel, which could derive from socially imposed ideas or information that has been passed on by family members or friends. Deborah Robertson, an obstetrician and gynecologist at St.
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