Your Most Awkward & Embarrassing Questions
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It’s TMI Tuesday! The Doctors answer your most awkward and embarrassing health questions.

The Docs’ Most Embarrassing Moments
Health professionals aren’t immune to mortifying body moments — Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears, plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon, OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson and E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork spill their stories here!

The Scoop on Poop
Gastroenterologist Dr. Anish Sheth joins The Doctors to clear the air about humiliating bathroom problems.


The Physics of Flatulence
Dr. Sheth explains how to control the sound of your sphincter.


Poop and Tell
Find out what your bowel movements can tell you about your health.


“Texting Face”
Have years of looking down at your cell phone caused your chin and jawline to sag? Lisa, 42, says as she’s gotten older, she’s noticed a double chin begin to form — what she calls a “permanent texting face.” Can she get her youthful jawline back without going under the knife? Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Yan Trokel performs a "chYnjection" to revitalize Lisa’s look.


chYnjection
Watch the chYnjection process.


chYnjection Results
See Susan's same-day results.


• Excessive cell phone use can also cause "text neck."
Texting in bed.

More Embarrassing Health Issues


Dangerous Tooth Abscess


Is “Old Person Smell” Real?


Excessive Body Hair and PCOS

 

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