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relieving the pressure of a cyst

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Does it ever stop??? An at home irrigation (not so much irrigating) and debridement of a cyst...

[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpMF79uvzlA[/video]

Just the facts maam.

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LOL gross, that looks like sh-t from a staph infection....and ya really shouldnt POP a cyst, should b removed as a whole.. lol wonder if it got infected later.

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so nasty!...but i just couldn't look away :?



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I'm usually all for dsgusting stuff but I didn't make it too far into that video.

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From webmd:

Epidermoid Cysts
Epidermoid cysts, also called sebaceous cysts, are benign (non-cancerous) skin cysts formed from blocked oil glands in the skin. Most commonly, epidermoid cysts are found on the genitals, trunk and back; but, they also can occur in other areas of the skin.

What Are the Symptoms of Epidermoid Cysts?
In general, epidermoid cysts have a round appearance. A dark portion of the cyst is visible on the skin. If the cysts become infected, they will become red and tender. When the cysts are squeezed, they can produce a cheesy white discharge.

How Are Epidermoid Cysts Treated?
The effective treatment of epidermoid cysts requires that the sac of the cyst be completely removed. If the cyst is squeezed and the discharge is forced out, the cyst will reappear in the skin. Usually, a doctor will be able to remove the cyst by making only a small incision in the skin. Antibiotics may be prescribed to treat infected cysts.

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