Urinary incontinence affects millions of people, but could a chair that causes the pelvic muscle contractions through electromagnetic waves help?
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The Doctors discuss the growing trend of people skipping shoes altogether and going barefoot everywhere, including public places.
The Doctors are joined by urogynecoloigist Dr. Red. Alinsod who uses a revolutionary procedure to treat a medical condition that effects millions of people, urinary incontinence.
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The Doctors are joined by 4 self-proclaimed sugar addicts after testing out a product that claims to help cut down on sugar cravings.
Kitty and Nancy, who suffer from urinary incontinence, share whether a chair which uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate the pelvic muscles, helped with their conditions.
Cailin joins The Doctors to share her story of how a pimple-like lesion on her nose turned out to be skin cancer.
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