'Dr Pimple Popper': Dr Lee relieves 17-year-old Jenna of troublesome bubble behind ear

When Dr Lee suctioned the bubble, it was filled with yellowish liquid that Jenna jokingly referred to as 'urine'


                            'Dr Pimple Popper': Dr Lee relieves 17-year-old Jenna of troublesome bubble behind ear
Jenna's ear bubble and Dr Sandra Lee on 'Dr Pimple Popper' Season 7 (TLC)
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Dr Pimple Popper's patients mostly undergo straightforward procedures such as zit-squeezing and lump removal. Some of the procedures can be extremely satisfying to watch, while some treatments can really put you off. While Dr Sandra Lee has her own show on TLC, she also has her YouTube channel where she often posts videos of extractions and other such skin-related surgeries. 

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'Dr Pimple Popper' Season 7 is focusing on removing cysts, unsightly lumps and protrusions and more. Viewers can see how Dr Lee, helps these hopeless patients regain their confidence and self-love. Coming to the latest episode, 'Bubble, Bubble, Ear's in Trouble', Dr Lee tackled three patients and Jenna was one of them. Jenna is a 17-year-old bubbly teenager who was suffering from a rather painful bump behind her ear. Jenna comes across as quite a cheerful person, however, it is evident that the ear bubble is bringing her a lot of unhappiness. Apart from Jenna, two other patients were seen, including Roger, who had a massive bump on his shoulder and Susan, who was covered with thousands of bumps from head to toe. Let's first learn about Jenna's case.

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Jenna revealed that she was jumping rope and it accidentally hit her on the back of her ear leaving a bump. Although it was a slight bump earlier, it increased gradually with time and became more significant in size. However, Dr Lee wasn't sure if it was lipoma or something else. Dr Lee didn't want to operate it without knowing what actually it was and so to make sure, she tried to suction was inside the bubble using a syringe. When she took out the injection, it was filled with yellowish liquid that Jenna jokingly referred to as 'urine.' 

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Dr Lee was now sure that the bubble was filled with only liquid and needed a small cut to take out the puss and fluid that was gathered in the bubble. So Dr Lee started with the surgery process and made a small cut on the bubble and after taking out all the puss and liquid, she stitched it back. Jenna and her mother were pleased to see the bubble disappear. She was very much thankful to Dr Lee for helping her out and popping the bubble.

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