"Feeling the knife cutting into my stomach, I thought I would die immediately," a survivor said.
From Avicii to Zeppelin to Brand New, what gives surgeons a steady hand during hours and hours of pressure situations.
They're a response to a growing number of Australian women wanting to change the structure and appearance of their healthy vaginas.
A new study says dance music makes surgeons sloppy, while past research encourages Mozart in the operating room.
We spoke to a man who suffers from Body Integrity Identity Disorder, a rare condition that makes you feel like one of your limbs doesn't belong on your body.
It's not all snuffling in the necks of golden Labrador puppies – a graduate vet faces low pay, nights on call spent un-twisting dogs' stomachs and helping cats come down off their owners' heroin.
I interviewed Dr. Hannes Sigurjónsson, who performed the surgery.
"My scrotum had swollen to the size of a grapefruit."
People need to become more accepting so doctors stop trying to "fix" us, says Emily Quinn.