An 18-year-old man broke a cyst on the chin. This video was filmed by his mother. He was a cyst on his chin that did not disappear after months. Pus from the spitting out of the face and splashed the bathroom mirrors.
Most of the youth can involve the struggle to eliminate the point but the frustration of a man has led him to endure the extreme moments.
A horrible movie shows that this 18-year-old Jacob Fieldhouse has exploded a giant cyst on the chin, breaking the bathroom mirrors by pus.
Mr. Fieldhouse’s two-minute clip, from Caldicot in South Wales, shows him using a drawing pin to hit that spot before squeezing his fingers.
Filmed by his mother, Kate Kronenbach, 46 years old, the video shows a big blob exploding not only once that is three times, inserted liquid into the inside of the bathroom cabinet.
Couples giggles throughout the video and Mr. Fieldhouse joke that it is ‘ the best moment of my life’.
Ms. Kronenbach said her son had taken the problem into his own hands after undergoing every month visiting doctors said the cyst would disappear himself.
Mr. Fieldhouse, from Caldicot, 14 miles east of Newport, tried to get rid of cysts for months but it keeps returning.
His mother, Mrs. Kronenbach, a carer, said: ‘ Jacob is really bored because of that on his face, ‘ and the increased doctors did not help him with growth.
Bringing the problem into his hands after no help from the doctor
So he decided to eliminate the big acne at home.
The grisly video shows him using a painted pin to stab the skin in place to squeeze out the surprising number of inner pus.
When he enters the spot between the fingers, the cyst breaks out, shoots pus from his face to the mirror in front of you.
He and his mother laughed in disbelief, and Ms. Kronenbach created a sound from the camera.
‘ This is the best moment of my life ‘
When the pin first pulls out a lump of pus Mr. Fieldhouse shouted: ‘ Yes, my God. This is the best moment of my life. ‘
His mother could be heard behind the camera stating that she would have to wash the mirror afterwards.
Cysts are common, usually harmless tumors of the fluid underneath the skin, and often self-disappearing.
Unlike boils or decompression, they are usually not signs of infection but have a white or yellow appearance because they are filled with pus.
NHS does not recommend popping cysts at the home
The NHS which recommends people not to try to turn them at home in case of infected cysts because the infection can spread.
The Video ends with Mr. Fieldhouse showing the camera’s deflated position and continues to squeeze it.