- Dr. Pimple Popper huge mystery lump on a woman's leg in her latest Youtube video.
- The bump dangles off the woman's inner thigh and Dr. Pimple Popper predicts it is a lipoma.
- Dr. Pimple Popper uses her scalpel, scissors, and tweezers to remove the lipoma, which comes out looking like a jellyfish.
After taking the weekend off from sharing new pops, Dr. Sandra Lee, MD, aka Dr. Pimple Popper , is back online. She brings a new video to Youtube that more than makes up for lost time. The bump is massive, and if you liked her jiggly lipoma removal , you will love this one.
Dr. Pimple Popper 's new video is a full 13 minutes of pure popping action, and comes with the clever title, Bump and Circumstance. The video starts out with Dr. Pimple Popper assessing the mystery bump located right below her patient's butt. She doesn't give a diagnosis just yet, but she gets a good first impression. Her patient has had the bump for five years, but it doesn't look like it will last much longer.
The clip jumps ahead to surgery time, and Dr. Pimple Popper is ready with her scalpel. "I guess you'd rather me do this than somebody else," the doc says to her patient. Dr. Pimple Popper slowly slices around the base of the bump. She predicts the bump is a lipoma or a big giant skin tag, but still doesn't raise any alarm.
Dr. Pimple Popper switches to scissors to separate the bump from her patient's leg completely. "I don't feel anything," the woman says. "Good, good that's the way we like it," Dr. Pimple Popper responds.
Dr. Pimple Popper calls the lipoma a 'jelly fish' because of its shape. Not only did it pop out of the woman's leg and dangle off, it also has tendrils that grew underneath the skin. Dr. Pimple Popper takes her tweezers and dug around looking for more pieces of the lipoma.
After Dr. Pimple Popper stitches up her patient, she goes back to show off the lipoma. Dr. Pimple Popper says: "Here's your friend. Want to see it? It's a little jellyfish."
No matter what she calls it, this lipoma is long gone. Dr. Pimple Popper had to work for every last satisfying bit.