Next Episode of Dr Christian Will See You Now is
Season 2 / Episode 5 and airs on 28 November 2017 21:00
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.
In episode one we meet Liz and Darren, parents of three from Cambridge. Liz has been severely underweight all her life and it's beginning to take its toll on her self-esteem. Kailey and Dan are next in, a young couple who are desperate to overcome their fertility issues. Also, Kate from Warrington suffers from Tourette's syndrome and is looking for help with her tics, which are relentless. Kate is desperate to find a way to manage her condition, which will in turn improve her relationship with her partner Nick. And also visiting the clinic is 74-year-old Frank who has varicose veins.
Dr Christian Jessen and his team of top in-house specialists open the doors to their state of the art clinic, in a bid to get peoples' lives and relationships back on track. The first patient of the day is Candice, who arrives with her fiancé Andy. Candice suffers from Lipedema – a long-term condition where there's an abnormal buildup of fat cells in the leg. Her previous marriage fell apart due to her condition and Candice lives in constant fear that the same might happen to her current relationship, even though the couple are about to get married in Las Vegas. With the help of his in-house surgeon, can Dr Christian work his magic?
The first patient of the day is Darren, who comes to the clinic with his partner Lisa to find a treatment for his snoring problem. Darren's condition might sound straightforward, but it's having a serious impact on his relationship. Darren and Lisa have been together for five years, but they don't live in the same house and rarely sleep in the same bed because of his issue. It's got to the point where the couple are beginning to question their relationship and are thinking about going their separate ways. Next through the doors are Kirsty and her boyfriend Nathan. Kirsty suffers from trichotillomania, a condition that compels her to pull her hair out. Nathan is supportive, but the condition is leaving Kristy feeling extremely low and she also suffers from anxiety as a result. Dr Christian is on hand to help and refers Kirsty to a psychiatrist, in a bid to find out if there is an underlying issue behind her disorder. John comes to the clinic on his own, because his problem is stopping him from finding a partner. John has a relatively rare condition that sees his tongue turn black from time to time. His confidence has taken a knock and he is no longer going on dates. Can Dr Christian find out what's causing this embarrassing ailment and get back on the dating scene? Last through the doors are Steve and Elen. Steve has been suffering from headaches for 14 years caused by a large muscle spasm in his neck. He's been with Elen for two years, but he's refusing to buy a house and start a family with her until his medical problems are behind him. He's tried everything and sees his consultation with Dr Christian as his last chance.
First to arrive at Dr Christian Jessen's state-ofthe-art clinic this week is 38-year-old Blair and his wife, Kim. Blair suffers from a long-term skin condition that leads to painful abscesses on his buttocks and groin area. The problem is not only causing him daily discomfort, the amount of blood he's losing due to the condition recently led to a heart attack. Also hoping for some answers is stuntman Michael, who comes to clinic with his best friend Chantelle. Michael's job requires him to constantly work out in the gym, but despite his active lifestyle he struggles to stay awake for extended periods of time and is severely exhausted. It's effecting his social life and he has stopped dating. Meanwhile, 26-year-old flight attendant Dale, has suffered from ‘man boobs' or Gynaecomastia since he was ten-years-old. His low self-esteem is having an impact on his relationship with fiancé Mikey. And the final patient of the day is Katie, who comes to the clinic with her husband Nathan. Katie suffers from an extremely rare condition that affects her reproductive organs and means she has two vaginas. To compound matters, the problem is making it difficult for her to conceive. She's been trying to get pregnant for over four years and the strain is beginning to take its toll on her relationship with Nathan.
Dr Christian Jessen and his team of top in-house specialists are on hand to treat Toni, who is unable to conceive, and Olivia, who has a painful skin disorder.
This week, 21-year-old Emma has come to the clinic with her mum to have her double G breasts examined. They are causing her a lot of discomfort and are stopping her from finding a boyfriend. She's hoping Dr Christian's advice and a consultation with his plastic surgeon can help change her life. Meanwhile, Mackenzie suffers from cluster headaches and is prone to severe attacks up to eight times a day. The condition is getting worse and it's putting a strain on her relationship with boyfriend Connor, who doesn't know how to help. Andrea and her husband Paul have come to the clinic for help with Andrea's ongoing hair-loss, which is a result of chemotherapy that she underwent three years ago. The issue has had a big impact on her self-esteem and she is struggling with the condition on a daily basis. And, wedding planner Billy, suffers from beard alopecia. His condition has hit his confidence hard and is preventing him from socialising and living his life to the full. With the help of his in-house dermatologist can Dr Christian work his magic?
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.
Christian Jessen(Christian Jessen)
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