The Part Of Your Body You Should NEVER Shave | RTC

The Part Of Your Body You Should NEVER Shave | RTC

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31 Responses

  1. Debo Gaming says:

    He is literally the only person who can entertain us and make us laugh while still actually educating us, he deserves more subs, keep up the great work!

  2. Jasper The Idiot says:

    Strangely, this video helped with my self consciousness around shaving. I don’t shave anything at all! I’m autistic and it’s really bothersome when the hair starts to grow back, and I do not have the time nor patience to shave every day. Im also low-key, awful at shaving, i get cut almost every time 🙁
    This made me happy though, I always feel weird and like people will judge me, but hair grows! It’s supposed to! It wouldn’t naturally be there if it wasn’t supposed to be!
    Don’t be ashamed of your hair <33

    • starfishgurl1984 says:

      @Tigger campbell exactly what samthane said! I can’t say I’m autistic officially because I haven’t been diagnosed but I know I fall somewhere in that vicinity based on my symptoms/challenges/issues that I’ve been dealing with since birth because they match up so perfectly with other officially diagnosed neurodivergent peoples experiences so that’s why I refer to myself as neurodivergent without actually stating a diagnosis.

    • Samthane says:

      @Tigger campbell No, neurodivergent means that something is different with your nervous system, usually through a neurological or developmental condition. It’s usually used when referred to diagnoses like autism, ADHD and ADD, which all affect the way the world is processed around us and can lead to a variety of challenges to the person with it. I have autism, therefore I am neurodivergent. 🙂

    • Tigger campbell says:

      @starfishgurl1984 neuro divergent..did you make that up? not judging or being mean..

    • Tigger campbell says:

      @isabela marques good golly..does public hair grow back that fast? geez whiskers!

    • isabela marques says:

      pubic hair is completly healthy and normal, you shouldn’t feel like you have to shave everyday or even at all if you don’t want to.

  3. riickysk8 says:

    9:24 In a hip replacement we measure the size with the femur head that’s been taken out, in the case of the a acetabular component we measure it with x ray with a C arm. In the OR we have this metal components that we test before putting the real ones so besides of the size we can verify the range of motion and the alinement as well. In the case of the knee replacement we measure with these metal components (femur condyle and tibial plate) so then we can figure out which size is the best depending on the size of the bone and severity of mechanical issue.

    • Randy Dimmick says:

      I have a football teammate that just broke his femur, and had to have surgery, what all happens during the surgery?

  4. don't come to my channal says:

    One of the best things about this dude is that he never takes credit for himself when he achieves something.He always respect us, the audience, and his team, and he is always polite in all of his videos. We congratulate ourselves on this achievement.

    Btw I am not a Spammer 😂

  5. DANIM says:

    Doctor Mike has an explanation for everything 😅

  6. K8TAllison says:

    Wait….. I’m “allergic” to penicillin. Every doctor always asks “what happens?”. Well, I don’t know. I’ve always said it because that’s what I was told as a child and what I was told to tell doctors.
    So how do we stop this cycle for those that really aren’t allergic and don’t know it?

  7. Ak 6 Gamer YT says:

    Doc, I’m a 15 year old male and im experiencing premature hairloss. Previously I had to go to the barber’s to cut the hair every month because my hair growth was fast. But a fews months prior I got a hair cut and my hair growth suddenly got stunned and the hair keeps on falling off and tearing apart when comb my hair. A fews day ago I saw small patches of hair missing and had a not so good of a feeling. Doc, is it becuz of An underlying illness or stress or because of excessive exercise or Lack of sleep. Please I want a solution for this Docter Mike

    • Samthane says:

      @Ak 6 Gamer YT I would still recommend a doctor’s appointment to confirm or deny any medical possibilities. You’re still young. Has a hair loss like this happened in your family before? In the case of alopecia, it’s usually hereditary.

    • Ak 6 Gamer YT says:

      My hair was the one thing that was beautiful about me. I want my hair back

    • Ak 6 Gamer YT says:

      @Samthane hadn’t lost weight tho

    • Samthane says:

      I’m not a doctor, so don’t take my advice as any sort of replacement, but this sounds like it might be alopecia areata, which is an autoimmune skin condition that leads to patches of fallout, depending on the severity. Another reason could be sudden weight loss (I had that happen to me, but no bald spots, fortunately), stress (like you mentioned) and other such factors. It does sound serious, I’d definitely recommend getting it checked out.

    • Bram van Duijn says:

      Go to your doctor in person, you need medical help.

  8. Ashley Jones says:

    For my whole life I’ve always got a runny nose whenever there’s a harsh change in temperature. Like at the beginning, and end of summer, and winter. Or when exiting an air conditioned place to a hot outside, or leaving a warm house into a chilly outside (or vise versa). What causes this?

    • Samthane says:

      From my understanding, there could be a change in moisture that causes your nose to overproduce mucous. This always happens to me if I’ve been walking outside and coming in where it’s warmer. It seems like the nose gets very dry because of the cold weather, and it causes the increase in mucous as a reaction to the reduced moisture.

    • Bram van Duijn says:

      Everyone has that to some degree, as you’ve already figured out it is probably the temperature change, or maybe the resulting change in humidity (warm air can hold more moisture). Do you want to know the exact biochemical reactions and tissue responses that cause it? I don’t think a one sentence answer in a youtube video is going to help, but maybe Mike can do it.

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