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Episode Guide

Episode 4

Episode 4’s patients included 37-year-old Emma whose hairy face had rendered her a virtual recluse. Also visiting the clinic was Steve, whose sex life had been ruined by the unusual shape of his penis.

Chronic bad breath sufferer Sarah was in the clinic to try and find a cure for her embarrassing problem, whilst father and daughter Karl and Rebecca both sported impressive crops of verrucas. There was also time for Luke, a young man with a mysterious problem he was keen to get off his chest...

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What you do is get bannana skin and put it on the wart strap it on and change it every day for three weeks and make sure the finger doesnt get wet!! The bannana skin works well as it opens up the wart !! TRY IT





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for the last 3 years I have been having a problem with wart on my finger.It is right next to my finger nail on my index finger. I went to see my GP and i was advised to either leave it as is, or freeze it. I had a few traetments using "Wartner" but this has had little or no effect. Now i'm really aware of it as the wart is harder and almost under my nail and very unpleasant.Plase help me it's been 3 years and it saps my confidence.





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