At present a doctor is trending on social media and receiving a lot of attention. People are constantly talking about him and looking for more information. The reason for the doctor to be in the news is her patients and people really love to watch how she treat her patient and what new case come. Now you must be wondering whom we are talking about and where we can watch the way she use to treat her patients and what kind of patients visit her clinic. Those who are thinking that we are talking about Dr. Pimple Popper they are absolutely right. The hit reality show of TLC titled “Dr. Pimple Popper” is back and entertaining the audience.
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Admirers feed their guilty pleasures by viewing Dr. Sandra Lee aid her patients with their extreme skin and facial disorders, whether that be masses growing on their bodies or pressed blackheads. This week, a patient named Jacqueline visited the clinic hoping that Dr. Lee could aid her in order to solve a skin problem that gave her a “3rd boob”. In the latest episode of this week, ” Jacqueline the new patient of Dr. Sandra Lee could be watched talking about a vast mass that had been created behind her underarm.
The patient of Dr. Sandra Lee described that she has enlisted the aid of Dr. Sanda Lee in a despondent bid to remove her “third boob.” She states that she gets his third book after the intense “burning” pain she was experiencing had become too much for her to handle, making it tough for her to do anything including her favorite hobby of fire spinning. Though, Dr. Lee was not the 1st person Jacqueline went to for aid, as she went for the aid, as she 1st trusted an enchanter in order to cure her perplexing mass.
At the time of the episode, the patient described: My beau calls this mass my third boob,” as she viewed the mass bulge out from under her shoulder. The patient then started poking her large mass as she explained it, stating, “It feels soft, fatty, mushy it causes me all kinds of extreme pain. It feels like burning, being cut with the pieces of glass, is the best way I can explain it, whilst I have never had both done to me altogether.” The patient initially noticed her lump 10 years back but because of her “terror” of the doctor, she did not instantly look for aid.