Bumps All Over Her Head | Dr. Pimple Popper

Bumps All Over Her Head | Dr. Pimple Popper


RHONDA: I am standing in
front of Dr. Lee’s office. I’ve hid these bumps from my
family for a very long time. I am very tired of hiding. My biggest fear today
is that if Dr. Lee says, I need to have my head
shaved or the bumps might be something not curable. OFFICE EMPLOYEE: Rhonda. Hi. OFFICE EMPLOYEE: Hi. RHONDA: The one
on top of my head that is open, it
might be infected or could turn into
something worse. I would feel like
maybe there is no hope. Please have a seat. Thank you. And Dr. Lee will be right in. OK, thank you. You’re welcome. I’m hoping to get rid of
my anxiety about the bumps. I’m hoping for that freedom. SANDRA LEE: Hello. Hi. Dr. Lee, nice– RHONDA: Good to meet you. My goodness. Oh, nice to meet you. I love you in the hot pink. You match my fingernails. What can I do for you? You look too cute. What do you even need? RHONDA: I have bumps on my head. SANDRA LEE: You do? They must be hiding under
that beautiful hair. I can hide them good. OK, well, show me your– show
me something what you got here. I got these. Oh, I see that. Look at this one. It’s got a little bit of a nail
coming out of it or something. RHONDA: Yeah, that’s
what I– it felt like. SANDRA LEE: There’s
one right there. When I saw Rhonda’s
unusual bump on her head, it really took me by surprise. If I see something on the
head that doesn’t look like something else
that I commonly see, I’m going to get worried,
because there are things that can occur there. There are skin cancers that can
occur on your head, other kinds of growths certainly. And this is definitely something
that I don’t see every day. So you have three
there in a row. What else do you got? RHONDA: Then I have this one. SANDRA LEE: Oh my goodness. You’re saving that one. RHONDA: Yes. SANDRA LEE: You didn’t show me
that one right out the gates. You just got me
in your web first. When I saw Rhonda’s really
big bump on her scalp, I knew that this
is one that could take a couple hours really. It really depends on what’s
in there, what’s involved. It’s large, and
the larger you have a bump on the scalp, the more
issues you have, you know? You want to remove
that completely. You want to be able
to have enough space to close the scalp up
again, and so that one alone is very complicated.

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