Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Remove A 'Very Talkative' Lipoma In Her Newest YouTube Video

  • Dr. Pimple Popper shared a new video of herself surgically removing a “talkative” lipoma from a man’s head.
  • The doctor (a.k.a., dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD) shared the 16-minute video on her YouTube channel
  • A lipoma is a benign growth of fat cells and is generally harmless (though sometimes uncomfortable).

In my humble opinion, humans are the only things that should be able to talk. But now, apparently Dr. Pimple Popper has found a “talkative” lipoma…and, well, prepare yourself for this.

In her newest YouTube video (yep, she posts her pimple-popping vids on both YouTube and Instagram in her show’s off-season), Dr. Pimple Popper (a.k.a., dermatologist Sandra Lee, MD) shares the story of a “Very Talkative Lipoma in the Head”—that’s actually the title of the video, FYI.

The video starts right away with Dr. Pimple Popper slicing into a man’s head to get at the lipoma in question. (Just FYI, a lipoma is a benign growth of fat cells.) Honestly, Dr. Pimple Popper is essentially performing surgery on this man’s head. Once she gets a clear view of the lipoma, she begins to push on it, telling the man to “resist her,” as in push back so she can apply even more pressure to get the lipoma out.

Honestly, if you’re even the slightest bit squeamish, you might want to think twice about watching this vid—there’s a lot of blood involved here. During the uh, extraction, Dr. Pimple Popper also apologizes to the patient: “Sorry about the sounds, you can kind of hear them through your head,” she said.

The man doesn’t seem phased though. “I do want to see what it looks like when you take it out,” he says. Dr Pimple Popper responds with: “Of course! You can have your moment with it, if you’d like.”

The man also asks a great question: “Do these things ever grow back?” According to Dr. Pimple Popper, “if you get it all, it likely won’t. It’s nice when they pop out whole.” The man also asks if the lipoma sticks to the skull in any way (another good question! You can tell this guy is a “popaholic.”), but Dr. Pimple Popper assures him that it doesn’t. “It’s usually just connected to the galea, which is a thin film on the edge of your skull.”

In all, the video is 16 minutes long (Dr. Pimple Popper gets the entire lipoma out by minute 11), and she finishes up by showing the patient the lipoma pieces and stitching up his head, which is honestly pretty mesmerizing to watch.

So yeah, basically just another day in the life of Dr. Pimple Popper. Anybody ready for lunch yet?

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