Huge Lump Near His Eye Kept Getting Bigger & Bigger- What They Squeeze Out Is Disgusting

This man had a huge lump growing on the side of his nose for the longest time, but he was horrified to see a doctor. One day it started to affect his vision and he couldn’t take it any longer. What the doctor squeezed out is so gross you won’t be able to stop watching!

Reported by newsiosity,

Dr. Pimple Popper, also known as Dr. Sandra Lee, has posted yet another video that is as fascinating as it is gross. In this video, she removes a very old cyst from a man’s eye.

Lee, a dermatologist, has been fascinating YouTube viewers with her videos for about a year now. While pimple popping, abscess draining, and ingrown hair pulling is just another day at the office to Lee, viewers on social media just can’t seem to get enough of flesh that squishes, squirts, and oozes.

In this latest video, Lee drains a cyst growing between a man’s left eye and nose. The large obstruction got much in the way of the patient’s vision and social life, but he was afraid to do anything about it. His family finally convinced him to see a doctor, and Dr. Lee reassured him that she could take care of it.

In a minor surgery, Lee cuts into the large epidermoid cyst. With a gentle squeeze, a snake-like stream of puss slithers out. A few calcified pieces need to be dug out and cut away to prevent the cyst from returning.

After the successful surgery, Lee closes the gash up with a few stitches. The before and after pictures are remarkable.

“My family is going to be much happier. Every time I see my grandma she says, ‘When are you going to get that removed?’” The patient told Lee.

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According to nx2,

To which Dr. Lee lightly responds, “You’re a regular two-eye guy now. They say that they call them a third eye blind.”

According to the description for the video:

An epidermoid cyst (Epidermal Inclusion cyst, Infundibular cyst), is a benign growth commonly found in the skin and typically appears on the face, neck or trunk, but can occur anywhere on the body. Another name used is “sebacous cyst” but this is actually an antiquated misnomer, and is not a term used by dermatologists.

Watch the whole dramatic video below:

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I’m sure he is so much happier now!

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