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In each episode of Doctor in the House, a family invites a GP into their home to investigate every aspect of their lives. They're worried about their health, and they're hoping he can solve their problems and improve their lifestyles.
For the last 15 years mum of two, Gemma, has battled cluster headaches up to ten times a day. Experts often refer to them to as 'suicide headaches' because the pain is said to be the worst that any human can experience. This crippling condition is destroying family life and particularly taking its toll on husband, Simon. It's a major challenge for Dr Chatterjee. So far, no one has been able to help Gemma overcome her condition and the family are desperate for a cure. Gary Farmer lost his leg in a car crash when he was five years old, but he's overcome his disability and achieved success as a Paralympic ice hockey player. However, a lifetime on crutches and a punishing exercise regime has severely damaged his shoulders and he will soon be confined to a wheelchair. It's up to Dr Chattergee to come up with a solution to keep him on his feet and able to compete.
Dr Rangan meets Emma, a mum suffering from severe anxiety. He also tries to help James, a father battling debilitating exhaustion.
Kiki is 11 years old, weighs 11 stone and at risk of diabetes. Although he is obese, his diet is good and he is one of the sportiest kids at school. Rangan must discover why Kiki can't lose weight and come up with a solution quickly to keep school bullies at bay. Kiki's father, Mark, has chronic back pain and suffers from stress. A former athlete, he can barely move on some days and it is destroying his relationship with his son.
Hoshi-Rae is a 16-year-old girl with an eating disorder. Her diet is causing her health to suffer and seriously affecting her teenage years. Is the key to her problems her mum Lisa, who has a history of bulimia?
Dr Rangan Chatterjee assists a woman who has been diagnosed with ten different conditions, and whose pain and exhaustion has led her to become addicted to painkillers and practically housebound, so that she can improve her health and enjoy life with her three young sons again. He also helps a single mother suffering from stress and severe exhaustion, and is at risk from developing type 2 diabetes, to competely overhaul her lifestyle.
Barry Evans(Michael Upton)
George Layton(Paul Collier)
Geoffrey Davies(Dick Stuart-Clark)
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee(Himself)
Robin Nedwell(Duncan Waring)
Simon Cuff(Dave Briddock)
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