A treatment that involves a shot using your own blood claims to treat pain from wearing high heels -- and The Doctors put it to the test!
Mona joins The Doctors seeking help for her condition that causes painful orgasms that she has dozens of times a day.
Mona and her husband James share about her arousal disorder, where she experiences unpredictable painful orgasms throughout her day. The Doctors have some surprises in store for Mona to hopefully get her out of pain.
The Doctors discuss the case of a man in California who was having trouble relieving himself and was also in extreme agony.
The Doctors and producer Leslie Marcus investigate the growing trend of seniors who are using marijuana.
Alison has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding a treatment for her severe and painful bunions that do involve sawing them off. She says as a dancer and mother of three the options that the doctors she has seen are are not an option.
The Doctors discuss the case of a woman who claims her doctor left eight-inch forceps in her abdomen after she had a benign tumor removed. The 52-year-old woman is suing the hospital and the doctor who performed the surgery for medical negligence.
Earlier this season, we met Lucas, who was born with a rare lymphangioma tumor on his face and by the age of 10 has undergone 24 surgeries but none of them were successful in treating the tumor.
Could the sound of soap shaving, whispering, finger tapping or pickle eating help with your health?
The Doctors continue our United States of Addiction series, speaking with Kathy, who suffers from a chronic back pain. She shares how she dealt with her chronic pain and stopped taking painkillers, which she says was destroying her life.