Man pops his huge tooth abscess with scissors in disgustingly gruesome (VIDEO)

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. If you’ve just had your dinner then avoid watching this video and you certainly won’t want to eat after you’ve seen it.

This is the horrifying moment a man filmed himself popping his huge tooth abscess with a pair of scissors – before sharing the gruesome footage with the world.

Jeremie Ramey had battled with the pus-filled lump for two whole weeks before finally deciding to take matters into his own hands.

And he wasn’t doing anything by halves. Grabbing a pair of scissors, Jeremie gently attempts to pierce the lump positioned just on his jawline.

Lump: Jeremie Ramey had put up with the infection for more than two weeks (Image: YouTube)

After a few seconds, he pokes a big enough hole to squeeze out the pus which inevitably comes dripping out all over his face and into the sink below.

And if that wasn’t enough to gross you out, just before the video cuts off, Jeremie comments: “That stinks too.”

Getting ready: If you’re squeamish you might want to look away now (Image: YouTube)

Alongside his YouTube video, Jeremie wrote: “This is an abscess on my lower jaw. And somehow made its way through my cheek!!

“I went to the ER and got some meds for infection and pain.

“Well, the pain pills went quick. Then the meds for infection was gone in about two weeks.

Give us a squeeze: Jeremie starts to release the pus (Image: YouTube)

“Not even two days later the infection that was almost gone [had] come right back, this time worse.

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“So I did what I had to do. Not the best video but at least I shared it.”

The clip, which was originally published in September 2014, has recently resurfaced on social media sites and has currently clocked up a whopping 2.5 million views.

The DailyMedicalCases.net do not recommend people draining their own abscesses and suggest patients see their dentist if one is discovered in the mouth or jaw area.

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