The Doctors are joined by dermatologist and Vitalize Spokesperson Dr. Wendy Roberts to discuss how to revitalize hair growth.
The Doctors Special: Most Embarrassing. Woman who has up to 100 painful orgasms daily! Can man cure stuffy nose by self-pleasuring? Why young mom can’t stop peeing herself? Removing skin tags “down there” in front of a television audience! Life-long fear
The Doctors are joined by Jay, who bravely comes forward to reveal he has been dealing with a skin tag on his anus for decades. Proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld examines Jay and offers to help treat him.
Tannha joins The Doctors to show off her remarkable new smile after being treated by cosmetic dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman and a team of experts that including cosmetic dentist Dr. Grant Loosvelt.
Jason is one of the 18 million men affected by erectile dysfunction, but he is opting for a pill-free treatment option. Urologist Dr. Paul Savage says a new technology which uses low acoustic sound waves may increase the blood flow in the penis.
The Doctors welcome back dermatologist, Dr. Wendy Roberts to discuss how hair loss can affect every aspect of a person’s life, for both men and women and she tells us how to revitalize hair growth.
The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to help Nicole, who says she has been dealing with urinary incontinence following the birth of her second child.
The Doctors are with Jay as he undergoes surgery to remove a skin tag “down there.” Find out how Jay is doing after proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld successfully removes his pesky decades-old tag.
Mona tells The Doctors she has seen over 100 doctors to help her with a rare condition where she experiences 75 to 100 painful and unpredictable orgasms every day.
The Doctors urge those suffering from medical problems to speak up and share their struggles with loved ones and a healthcare professional, noting it could help determine if your issue is something simple or possibly something serious.
For 10 Seasons, The Doctors have helped hundreds of people overcome a multitude of medical issues. Some of these were so personal that for years, the problems were never addressed out of pure embarrassment.