Doctor Pimple Popper, Debra’s drama has been going on for almost 30 years: a very complicated situation, really hard to believe.
During all the episodes of Dr. Pimple Popper, Sandra Lee has dealt with a lot of skin-related issues. From Tameru’s steatocystymes, which made his drag queen job impossible, to Mike’s numerous lumps, the dermatologist has managed to cure even the most impossible cases. That of Debra, the protagonist of our article is totally different from all the others.
The 58-year-old chose to turn to Dr. Pimple Popper because of her drama that has been going on for nearly 30 years. Many – as soon as they read the reason that prompted Debra to ask for help – they will think that it was nothing serious and that she could have avoided it. In reality, this is not the case at all. On the television cameras of the program, the woman never missed an opportunity to reiterate how much this growth on her head affected her life and days. The request for help from Sandra Lee appeared some time before, Debra told how the growth has grown over the last 25 years, causing no small concern. “What if it grows even bigger and invades the face?”, explained to the cameras of the program. Let’s find out together, however, what happened and what the famous doctor could do for her.
Dr. Pimple Popper, Debra’s drama: what happened
Before even being able to go to the de Dr. Pimple Popper, Debra he said he asked for help from several other doctors, but never received help that could do for him. Indeed, as told by the person directly concerned, it would seem that one of the specialists she had turned to, she had made it clear that the growth could be removed, but that the operation would involve risks. In short, the words that have absolutely not gone unnoticed by Debra, so much so that she desisted to be operated on.
Have you ever seen such a growth? It is seborrheic keratosis, a pathological condition that is not malignant at all and is easy to remove. In reality, it wasn’t like that at all with Debra. The wart, in fact, was so big that the doctor found it difficult to remove it completely. First with the electrocautery and, later, with another spoon-shaped ‘tool’, Sandra Lee completely eliminated the seborrheic keratosis from her patient’s head. Be very careful, though: despite the growth being removed with great success, the dermatologist warned her patient that there was a risk that she could reform.
As soon as the operation was completed and the ‘risk’ was known, Debra could not help but express her joy. On the other hand, she has had to deal with the growth for 30 years. And now that she was gone, she couldn’t help but be happy.