Dr Pimple Popper gets showered with pus when a mans head cyst explodes Daily Mail Online


Dr Pimple Popper gets showered with pus when a mans head cyst explodes Daily Mail Online Dr Pimple Popper got what some might call a taste of her own medicine when she was showered in pus from an exploding cyst on the back of a mans head.  The particularly gruesome mishap occurred while the dermatologist and reality TV star whose real name is Dr Sandra Lee was examining seven cysts on a 27 year old patients head.  Brandon, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, paid a visit to Dr Lee in the hopes that she could remove the growths in time for his wedding to fiancé Heather.  But the good doctor god much more than she bargained for when she gamely started working on draining the cysts and found herself being showered with gruesome yellow liquid that squirted straight into her ponytail. Brandon, 27, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania appeared on last nights episode of Dr Pimple Popper. He went to see the expert due to seven cysts on his head The patient described most of the bumps as being hard except for the big one on the back of his head, which he said kept him awake most nights Husband to be Brandon wanted the embarrassing cysts removed before his wedding day to his fiancé Heather above That was quite a splash there! she said, following the rather violent extraction. It came out like a fire hose.  Sometimes the splash mask is not enough. I think I might need a helmet next time.  In gruesome scenes, Dr Sandra Lee above was squirted with the yellow pus and exclaimed: That was quite a splash there. It came out like a fire hose And while some grossed out viewers took to Twitter to reveal they were watching the episode behind their cushions, others admitted they found the extraction weirdly satisfying.  Im obsessed with Dr. Pimple Popper. Watching her pop and remove those cysts is so therapeutic to me. I guess Im weird, wrote one, while another simply penned: Dr Pimple Popper always makes me cry. When he first appeared on the episode, husband to be Brandon revealed he found his first lump four years ago when he was combing his hair.  It freaked me out as it wasnt there before, he said on last nights show. I actually went to the doctor to have it removed but more popped up pretty much right away. And while he explained that most of the bumps were hard, the one on the back of his head had caused him the most problems. That one normally bothers me when I sleep at night because theres a constant pressure on it, he explained.  Hes got these seven planets orbiting his head and thats strange to have somebody so young have such mature bumps like this, Dr Lee noted.  Following last nights episode, one viewer admitted she was obsessed with the show. Watching her pop and remove those cysts is so therapeutic to me, she wrote The expert pimple popper had no idea what was in store as she sliced into Brandons final cyst. Pictured, before the grim extraction Following the fierce extraction, the expert revealed she might need a helmet next time. Pictured, assistant Valerie had no choice but to wipe the pus from Dr Sandra Lees hair At the beginning of the episode, Brandon thought he had seven cysts, but Dr Sandra Lee could only find six  While being examined by the skincare pro, Brandon also confessed that he was concerned that the lumps might be more sinister than they appeared. My grandfather has cancer right now, he told Dr Lee, before asking: Could these be cancerous possibly? The dermatologist told him that there is always a risk that something might be cancerous, but she reassured Brandon that they would do all of the necessary tests to rule out the disease, before she proceeded to start extracting the cysts one by one.   At first, the process went fairly smoothly and was not unlike any other patient that Dr Lee has worked on in the past. However, in grim scenes not for the faint hearted, when the doctor cut into the sixth cyst, she was showered with the four year old contents of the large bump.  I think I need to take a shower, she said, as it covered her hair. That cyst was older and more unhappy with us. And it was the experts assistant Valeria who was tasked with picking the gooey debris out of her long brown locks. Do you want me to clear up your forehead a little bit? she asked. Its everywhere and all in your hair.  Some viewers who found last nights episode weirdly satisfying even considered a change of career. Im watching Dr Pimple Popper and now I want to be a dermatologist, wrote one One viewer admitted to making her loved one watch the show, revealing that he acted all disgusted but was still watching it with me Thankfully for the doctor, while she initially thought Brandon had seven cysts on his head, the gruesome sixth bump turned out to the last one she had to deal with.  Some viewers found the stomach churning finale weirdly pleasant viewing so much so, they even considered a change of career.  Im watching Dr Pimple Popper and now I want to be a dermatologist, one wrote, while another added: I would love to shadow Dr pimple Popper one day. Im obsessed.   Meanwhile, others were just delighted that they still had an appetite and could tuck into their evening dinner.  I love me some Dr Pimple Popper—good stuff—and I still dont lose my appetite, commented one, while another added:    I had my boyfriend watching Dr Pimple Popper. He was acting all disgusted but was still watching it with me. A third who was too grossed out by the episode wrote: If you watch Dr Pimple Popper you legit have issues.   The comments below have not been moderated. By posting your comment you agree to our . Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual. Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. 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