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In her first explosive video, she shares footage of a man with a “doorknob cyst” that was growing on his upper arm for around 10 years. She explains that it came out with the consistency of a hard boiled egg. This particularly gruesome popping was one of her more difficult procedures, as she had a tough time removing all of the contents of the cyst from the man’s arm.
She also treated a patient with numerous eyelid cysts called hidrocystoma. These cysts are filled with water and are caused by an obstruction of the sweat glands. In this particular case, the man had cysts surrounding his eyes and they were obstructing his vision.
Dr. Lee tells The Doctors that many people wait so long to deal with the cysts because they are often scared, might not have insurance and believe it might be expensive to treat. She says that most often these problems can be taken care of with local anesthesia and many of the procedures take less than 30 minutes.
The Doctors’ takeaway – besides being a little grossed out – when it comes to extreme cysts and pimples, your quality of life can be dramatically improved with a simple and short procedure. So, get it checked out!