Dr Oz: Most Awkward Questions Of All Time! How to Treat Butt Pimples

Dr Oz: What Is a Vurp?

Today’s Dr. Oz show was filled with the most awkward questions of all time! It was a show that you’d either love or it would have you squirming uncomfortably in your chair, but either way it was informative and maybe even answered one of your most embarrassing questions!

Dr Oz: What Is a Reverse Wedgie?

In the past, Dr. Oz has needed to create new medical terms so he could describe some of your most awkward questions. Remember the term “ghost poop,” which is when you wait so long to go to the bathroom and then you do not have to go anymore? Or how about “vurp,” which is when you burp and a little vomit goes into your mouth? What about the dreaded “reverse wedgie,” which is when your pants are too tight in the crotch area? Dr. Oz said if you think those are awkward, you have not seen anything yet!

Dr Oz: Butt Boils – 5th Most Embarrassing Question Of All Time

Dr. Oz talked with a woman who coined the term “butt boils” in order to describe her awkward situation. She said they are often so big they cause her to walk funny and when she sits down it feels like she is sitting on two golf balls. Dr. Oz explained that boils are basically super-sized pimples, which are caused by hair follicles under the skin that have become infected. He said that if you leave them alone they will grow and eventually pop, which is the best thing to do because you should never poke or pick at them, but he also offered advice to help treat the boils.


  1. Amanda says

    Hi: Along with the ladies most embarrasing questions, there was one woman who complained about moisture under her breasts

    I do also and want to know which product is best for that problem. It’s not only wet but at times it’s itchy.

    Thanks for your reply

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