Teen Vs. Adult: Women’s Health Fact Challenge

95 Replies to “Teen Vs. Adult: Women’s Health Fact Challenge”

  1. Damn, I will never get these 10 minutes back. “I just wanna win”……but they’re both women….so they both lost.

  2. 1:49 I knew that one instantly because autoimmune diseases run through the women on my moms side of the family. I have Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, 2 of my sisters have diabetes, and my mom has hypothyroidism. My mom passed down autoimmune diseases to 3/4 of her daughters 😂

  3. I was shocked! And also really distracted by the ADORABLE balloon unicorn in the back😄😍 2:55

  4. Hey, i have a question for the ladies, I started my period about 2 weeks ago, and I'm still bleeding heavly, the odd thing is, It's my very first period, and i live with my dad. So i have no body else to ask. Could you guys help me out?

  5. The teen's laugh is just…. wow. Probably just nervous laughter, which is understandable, but totally grated on my nerves

  6. Hey guy, i want to start posting harry potter related videos. Can you pleaaaase subscribe. When i get 100 subscribers i will post the first video!

  7. “adult” yeah 25 is just the beginning of being an adult, your brain finally has settled down. I guess since insurance companies consider you one, i guess 25 is “adult”

  8. "Young Adult vs Slightly Younger Adult" should've been in the title instead tbh

    They're basically in the same "world" at 19 and 25

    Maybe a 16 year old would've been a better choice to have as the "teen" because they'd get their knowledge through school/friends/family and it isn't exactly common for 16 year olds to have a gynecologist they can go to for information in regards to things about their bodies, like women who are a lil older in or approaching their 20s 🤷‍♀️

  9. The only one I got wrong makes me extremely sad. SERIOUSLY?! The consent percentages should be MUCH higher!!! Especially in women!!! Know your worth, ladies! Speak up for yourselves!!!

  10. Wait how is USA the highest teen pregnancy when some places out there people marry at 14, or its commonplace to have kids as a young girl?

  11. You need a laparoscopy to find out if you have endometriosis. Contrary to popular belief, it can't be found even with an internal ultrasound OR a CT scan. But treatment DOES exist! It involves complete removal of the lesions. You don't have to just live with excruciating pain.

  12. I have endometriosis its so painful they didn’t even know until I had surgery for a dermoid cyst that was in my left ovary the can burn it off but I usually comes back pretty quickly mine came back just as bad within 6 months I was 17 at the time my obgyn said I have the worst case of endometriosis she’s ever seen in someone my age

  13. I knew everything but the one about gene mutation. Don't know lots about genes or gene mutations, tbh! But everything else I knew. Why didn't they include PCOS symptoms are sometimes treated with diabetes medication? that woulda thrown em as well! They don't seem to understand how hormones move through the body and how much they affect. I guess most people don't.

  14. I'm 26 years old and I have major severe endometriosis. I have to have a hysterectomy (June 18). My doctor said she will try to keep my ovaries, but everything else has to go. Will have a video.

  15. In Germany u are an adult as soon as u turn 18 …. they should have taken people from different generations 🤦🏾‍♀️😂

  16. So. I was at my mom's yesterday. We were talking about the BRCA gene, because my dad had it (which he passed in Sept. 2017 from Pancreatic Cancer). She had received a newsletter about the local hospital (I won't name it, because to we were not happy with them) that couldn't treat him, and within the newsletter, it talked about the BRCA gene, AND another gene, that I hadn't heard of that she also said he had tested positive for when he was going through this cancer. I just can't remember what it was called because I had never heard about it before. BUT I am glad that the BRCA gene was talked about in this video, and as well in The Try Guys video when they took gene tests. I am glad that it is becoming a topic, because a lot of people don't know about it.

  17. It’s scary how low of a percentage of consent is. I just know I was so appreciative when my ex would ask me permission to kiss me or stuff like that because he knew I had a lot of insecurities

  18. I knew the allergy thingy was false, because my mom is allergic to trees, grass, cats, dogs, and the stem of the bacon.

  19. thank you for explaining what is endometriosis!
    although i’m still young (15 years old) i’ve been going through some tests to prove if i have it.
    from experience, i can say that it is a lot more painful than a normal cramp.
    there’s been occasions that i’ve suddenly throw up and then pass out or just trow up all day.
    i think this is something important to know about women’s health because of all the issues that it has.

  20. People in the comments so cringy… 19 is a teenager not an adult, someone does not become magically an adult when turn 18, and by definition adolescence is from 10 to 19, so she is a teen all the way

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