‘Dr Pimple Popper’ Lady Infested With Over 500 Pimples On Body

Dr. Pimple Popper from TLC

Is there anything that the Dr Pimple Popper team can’t do? TLC recently uploaded a video revealing that Dr Lee’s staff is preparing to handle a pretty massive case. A patient recently came to the office with over 500 pimples on her body.

Naturally, the patient is embarrassed about the condition and just wants a solution to the issue. Luckily, the Dr Pimple Popper crew is up to the challenge. Keep reading to get the inside scoop.

The Dr Pimple Popper team tackles hundreds of blemishes on one patient

When patients come to Dr Sandra Lee for help, they’ve generally exhausted all other options. Many often pray for a miracle, which brings them to Dr Lee’s office. In a new episode of Dr Pimple Popper, one patient desperately needs help. Throughout her life, she’s struggled with blemishes. Today, she has them all over her body.

Dr. Pimple Popper from TLC
Dr Pimple Popper/TLC

“These bumps don’t stand a chance against #DrPimplePopper!” the official TLC Instagram account captioned its video. In the clip, Dr Lee takes a look at the patient’s abdomen and finds several around her navel area. But that’s not all. The bumps can be found all over the patient’s body, including her arms and trunk.

What can Dr Lee do to help?

Dr. Pimple Popper from TLC
Dr Pimple Popper/TLC

Fans will need to tune into the latest episode to see exactly what happens next. But one thing is certain — the Dr Pimple Popper team rarely comes up against a case they can’t handle. Viewers are absolutely certain that Dr Lee and her crew will be able to tackle the 500 pimples with no problem at all.

Dr Lee goes above and beyond to help patients in pain

Dr Pimple Popper Season 8 has featured a wide variety of cases. Fans hardly know that Dr Lee and her team are going to encounter next. A recent episode tackled a patient who had painful cauliflower-like lumps on her head. The medical term is “cylindromas.”

The National Library of Medicine reports that cylindromas are “appendage tumors of uncertain histogenesis. They may occur as solitary or multiple lesions. In case of multiple lesions numerous small papules and/or large dome-shaped nodules are present on the scalp like a turban, hence the name turban tumor.”

It was one of the worst case of cylindromas that Dr Lee had ever seen, but she didn’t let that stop her. She and her crew managed to take care of the growths and end the patients’ suffering.

What’s been your favorite case this season? Be sure to add your own opinions in the comments below.

Don’t forget to check back and stay up to date with the latest on Dr Pimple Popper! There are plenty of cases for Dr Lee and her team to handle, so stay tuned.

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