Giant cyst popped as man couldn’t sit down for two weeks (VIDEO)


A man left unable to sit down for two weeks has finally had a huge cyst on his backside popped.

He is one of the latest patients of Dr Pimple Popper who has something of a following on YouTube thanks to her incredibly gross channel.

In the video the patient reveals another doctor had biopsied the hard bump and hoped it would drain.

But the patient was unable to sit down for two weeks because he thought it would burst.

Even Dr Lee had to check if it was a cyst. In the video the doctor cuts open the pimple before yellow muck, looking like egg yoke, pours out into a medical basin.

Before making the cuts she said: ‘I don’t know if this is a cyst or not, but I think it is according to his story. He went to see another doctor who said he could get rid of this and puncture it. They said it was a cyst but they didn’t stitch it.’

A hard ‘bump’ on the man’s rear is then cut off to ‘see what is going on under here.’ The resulting yellow muck was so plentiful that the doctor had to pause to get a sterile basin.

The gross video is one of many that the California-based Dr Lee has put out to show a window into the world of dermatology.

She wrote after posting the video: ‘The patient came back in to see us about two weeks after the surgery, because the area was swelling up again.

‘I can tell when he’s having problems because my staff will tell me when they call on him in the waiting room, “He is not sitting down. He can’t sit comfortably.”

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‘And when I step into the room to greet him, he is never sitting down. He is fearful if he sits down this “balloon” will pop.’

After two videos showing the surgery, the man’s backside is ‘looking normal.’ Dr Lee was also happy that the gross mucous was liquid and not filled with harder material.

The harder material makes it a harder job to clean up according to the YouTube sensation.