A woman has been left in tears after trying to have bumps on her eyes removed but having them only grow back bigger afterwards.
The patient is now seeking help from Dr Pimple Popper, who has plenty of experience helping people around America with their skin problems, whether that be masses growing on their body or squeezing blackheads.
Dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dr Sandra Lee has seen everything from a ‘third boob’ behind an armpit, to a man with 400 tumours across his body, but a new preview sees a patient who has tried to get help for their problem before – but it’s only gotten worse.
‘I first noticed the bumps on my eyes ten years ago,’ she begins.
‘They started off like little moles but then as time went on they grew bigger.
‘I had surgery but they came right back.
‘Then I had surgery the second time and they came back even bigger.’
As she fights back tears, the clip cuts to the patient feeling the bumps growing around her eyes, with several clumped on her inner and outer corners of both eyes.
‘It’s not normal,’ she weeps. ‘So it bothers me.’
Drying her eyes, her partner continues: ‘I don’t think she needs to change and I keep telling her she is beautiful.
‘It bothers me because it bothers her.’
His adorable comments have viewers praising him, with one writing: ‘Good man she got there.’
Another wrote: ‘What a wonderful man. Praying you get the help that has the lasting effect you are looking for.’
Her story comes after one man had a huge ‘bulbous growth’ above his eye, that he once thought was a spider bite.
‘I can move it around and it doesn’t hurt at all, there’s no pain,’ he says, before admitting: ‘I didn’t go to the doctor growing up, I never had a family doctor or anything like that, and I didn’t get sick a lot, and now as an adult, I’m definitely squeamish about a knife cutting me open.
‘I’m not a big proponent of any medical procedures.’
Dr Pimple Popper airs on TLC in America.
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