Dr. Christian Jessen diagnoses, counsels and treats patients in a state-of-the-art clinic, which has a fixed rig camera for a new 8-part series airing on W in 2017.
Episode 2x7; Dec 12, 2017
The first patient of the day is 41-year-old Anna, who comes to the clinic with her partner Chris to find a treatment for her constant vaginal bleeding. To compound matters, the problem is making it difficult for her to conceive. She's been trying to get pregnant for years and the strain is beginning to take its toll on her relationship with Chris. Desperate for help is 16-year-old Abbie who suffers from Emetophobia, which is the fear of vomiting. This phobia is ruling Abbie's life to the point where she has given up her education, has no job and is mostly house-bound. Whilst her boyfriend Jack is very supportive, he believes that Abbie's condition is stopping them from living a full life. Will Dr Christian be able to help? Also hoping for some answers iw Nathan who have come to the clinic for help with Nathan's severe skin condition which covers his face and scalp. The issue has had a big impact on his self-esteem and is also affecting his relationship with partner Charlotte and their 2-year-old daughter Milly. They are hoping that a consultation with Dr Christian can change their life for the better.
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