Dr. Pimple Popper extracts 33 large syringes of “Mountain Dew” from a lumpy man’s back.


Dr. Pimple Popper extracts 33 massive syringes of ‘Mountain Dew’ from a lumpy man’s back.

Dr. Pimple Popper, whose real name is Sandra MD, assists a patient named Delano who has nearly a litre of a strange yellow liquid in his back that looks like “Mountain Dew” according to viewers.

When Dr. Pimple Popper used 33 syringes to drain a man’s giant cysts, the mystery liquid was compared to the energy drink “Mountain Dew” by viewers.

The dermatologist’s official @drpimplepopperTikTok account shared the video, which shows how a patient named Delano is suffering from a mysteriously lumpy back.

The doctor, who goes by the name Sandra MD, uses local anesthetic to numb the area and then begins pumping the cysts’ contents out.

“This isn’t a lipoma,” she says emphatically.

It’s there for no apparent reason.

I’m not sure why it’s collecting, but something is clearly leaking, and I’m not sure where it’s coming from.”

Dr. Pimple Popper warns him that even if the lumps are drained, they will most likely re-fill.

“Here we go again,” her patient says, distraught.

Nobody seems to be able to help me.”

Dr. Pimple Popper eventually gets his back “as flat as possible,” revealing that a whopping 33 syringes, or nearly an entire litre, were filled.

She later informed Delano that his lab results revealed he had lymphangioma, and while she couldn’t permanently remove it herself, she was able to find a surgeon who would do it for free.

After it was posted on Wednesday (November 24), the video received over 2 million views and thousands of comments.

“Omg poor guy, I hope he gets this fixed permanently,” one person said.

Another wrote, “He looks so sad, and it makes me sad.”

Another joked about it, calling it an “infinite Mountain Dew glitch,” while another called it “forbidden Mountain Dew.”

A lymphangioma is a fluid-filled cyst that develops in lymphatic vessels, according to Healthline.

The yellow liquid is lymph, which helps the immune system fight infections by collaborating with it.

With the help of Dr. Lee, Delano was able to have his problem permanently solved.


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