Dr Girl

Each month, Dr Girl will advise and answer all YOUR medical concerns and queries.

Dr Girl/Dr Dejour Q&A

Just recently I noticed these funny bumps around my vagina and in my pubic hair, they don't hurt or anything but they look really awful and there seems to be more appearing. This is not normal is it? More...

Dr Girl/Dr Dejour Q&A

I am a 15 year old female and my boyfriend and I want to have sex but I am worried about getting pregnant or catching a STD. What is the best way to avoid getting either pregnant or catching an STD? More...



Dr Girl/Dr Dejour Q&A

I have been getting these funny lumpy scab things around my mouth. My friend said they are cold sores...they are itchy and hurt. What causes them and how do I get rid of them? More...

Dr Girl/Dr Dejour Q&A

I was just wondering if you could tell me what is better, the Pill or Depo Provera Injection, for a Contraceptive? And what is best medically, as I do get headaches occasionally, and I would prefer not to get worse headaches, by any one of these. More...

Dr Girl/Dr Dejour Q&A

My daughter is going to be sixteen in one month; she is 5'1". Will she get taller? At what age do girls stop growing? More...

Deborah Manners Food Intolerances Interview

Bloating, IBS, diarrhea, constipation, drowsiness, back and joint pain, headaches, weight gain, skin problems, and food cravings were the main symptoms people reported experiencing due to their food intolerance. Others reported weight loss, candida and respiratory problems. Most people experienced more than one symptom. More...

How Do You Stop Being Bullied Online?

Cyber bullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person. Online threats, nasty texts, and mean tweets, posts, or messages all count. Posting any information designed to hurt or embarrass someone else is classed as bullying. More...

Do Brain Games Ward off Dementia?

A six week experiment by British magazine Nature involving more than 11,000 people on the benefits of brain training games concluded that while participants did improve their ability to play the actual brain training games, these benefits did not transfer to other brain skills such as memory, planning or problem-solving. More...

Carol Ireland and Renee Elliott Epilepsy Interview

A brain disorder that does not discriminate, epilepsy occurs in all ages - from young babies to the elderly. The condition is in fact most common in the under 20s and over 65s. More...

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