Dr. Pimple Popper is handling an ‘infected’ or ‘inflamed’ epidermoid cyst, and this one looks like it HURTS!
The good doctor described this special situation on Instagram, alongside the brutal video of her slicing it open and squeezing out the liquid inside. Plus, in the end, she actually packs the open wound with gauze that looks like a long string. You Gotta See This!
“This patient has an epidermoid cyst which has recently become inflamed and “infected”. I put “infected” in quotes because technically this is not an infection,” she begins.
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“When an epidermoid cyst ruptures, it creates a vigorous foreign body inflammatory response – this skin becomes warm, tender, painful, and swells, simulating an abscess. Incision and Drainage (I & D), will confirm the diagnosis of inflamed cyst, when the cheesy, sometimes odiferous material is evacuated, and this process often leads to rapid resolution of symptoms,” she continued.
Adding, These episodes are often misdiagnosed as “infection” of the cyst, but cultures are usually negative and antibiotic treatments is not required.”
After using the good ol’ slice and dice method, Dr. Sanda Lee squeezes this massive cyst and extracts the thick yellow liquid from this patient’s body.
“These are my favorite of all the videos the “inflamed” or “infected” ones where you pack them and then do updates! Lol,” one fan wrote after seeing the video!
Another added, “I get so many of these in between my thighs, on my under arms and under my breast and they come in 3-4 at a time and their soo painful ?.”
But, just wait until you see it being PACKED!
“With the ribbon you’re putting in, does it dissolve? Or does the patient need to come back and take it out?” a fan questioned.
Well, apparently the gauze needed to be removed after the area heals a bit and it doesn’t feel very good! “I just had a similarly packed abscess and what she’s not saying here is how excruciating it is to take the gauze OUT once the numbing stuff wears off!”
Another said, “I had one under my pit the size of a golf ball, and what hurt the most was packing the incision every two-three days ???.”
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Now, check out the brutal pop!