The Doctors discuss an alarming x-ray of a woman’s chest. She recently underwent surgery, and is now struggling to breathe and vomiting her own feces.
Vomiting your own feces?! Yes, it is possible and The Doctors explain how and why it happened to one woman.
With more states legalizing marijuana, doctors are seeing an influx of patients experiencing behavior some are calling “scromiting.”
Remuda Ranch’s Clinical Director, Mike Gurr, discusses the treatments that were used to combat Michelle’s crippling eating disorder.
After undergoing treatment, Michelle returns to The Doctors with an amazing update on her eating disorder. Her mother, Bette, and Internist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez also join the panel to discuss her recovery.
Lauren returns to The Doctors to share an update on her eating disorder battle.
The Doctors surprise Lauren with a dental makeover from dentists Christian Yaste, Joseph Hufanda, and Eric Saterlee from Ballantyne Center for Dentistry.
A man’s high-flying wedding proposal took a turn for the horrifying/gross/unromantic when he experienced motion sickness at the most inopportune time!
Maya meets with gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow, who confirm that the teen is dealing with rumination syndrome.
Mya has been unable to eat and digest food since she was in sixth grade. A severe bout of stomach-flu-like symptoms hit her six years ago and never left – since then she has received all her nutrition through a feeding tube.