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Episode Guide

Episode 3 - Series 7

In the clinic this week: a man with the sorest Penis Dr Christian has ever seen, a woman born without a vagina and a builder whose mystery allergy has left his skin weeping all over.

In our regular ‘rebuild you’ strand we meet Alan, who was left paralysed from the waist down following a motorbike accident. He comes to see Dr Pixie to find out how it would feel to stand again: can the latest technology fulfil his dream?

In Magaluf, the Doctors pitch the beach clinic to treat the walking wounded with all their holiday mishaps and Dr Pixie picks up the pieces with our four holidaymaking lads. It’s the morning after another night of heavy boozing and she dishes up the hard evidence of what hard partying holiday can do to our bodies.

The EB team would like to thank:

Treatment for Barry
Ramsay West Midlands Hospital, Birmingham
Mr Paul Anderson – Consultant Urological Surgeon

Treatment for Richard
The London Dermatology Centre
Dr Sunil Chopra – Consultant Dermatologist

Treatment for Alan
Hull Royal Infirmary
Northern General Hospital, Sheffield
Exoskeleton: Rewalk
Cyclone Mobility
Matt White – Head Physiotherapist

Treatment for Kelly
Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Miss Gillian Rose – Consultant Gynaecologist
MRKH Connect
Living MRKH
Hospital Support Group

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How can I get help with my legs ive got the same problem as richard on series 3 on the on the 16th of july.





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Hi what was the condition that Kelly had in episode 3?





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It's MRKH syndrome.


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