- In her latest Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper clears out a deep dilated pore of winer.
- The dermatologist struggles to clear the DPOW is buried deep in her patient’s back.
- Dr. Pimple Popper uses her comedone extractor tool, tweezers, and fingers to release everything out of the clogged pore.
In her latest Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper is dealing with a giant blackhead, or dilated pore of winer, and it is not going easily. She captioned the new pop: “What do you do when you see a hole Hope theres a DPOW in it of course! #drpimplepopper #dpow”
In case youre a Dr. Pimple Popper newbie, a dilated pore of winer is a basically a large, open blackhead . Theyre usually found on the head and neck, but they can also pop up on the back and stomach. This DPOW looks like it is located on the middle of her patient’s back.
Dr. Pimple Popper goes in with her comedone extractor tool, but the DPOW doesn’t budge. It basically swallows up the tool, it’s so big. She tries squeezing with her fingers and pulling it out with tweezers. The combination technique works and the DPOW gives way. It releases a “meatball” according to one fan comment. Another Popaholic was concerned about the gaping hole left behind. This commenter wrote, “Do you just leave the hole or do you sew it up?”
This dilated pore of winer tried its best, but it was no match for the one and only Dr. Pimple Popper and her trusty tools.
He said that some tissue papers were products of waste paper, and such tissue papers were not hygienic for draining blood during menstruation.
The habit of using tissue paper in form of sanitary pads is a poor hygiene practice on the part of any woman.
Because no health policy has supported the use of tissue paper as sanitary pad, so its a bad behavior and should not be adopted health wise.
It doesnt have any credibility of use. This should be a way of informing women that it carries a serious public health risk.
The practice places such women at risk of having infection which may pass through the vagina cavity and enter the blood stream, thereby having a serious health impact, Iwalokun said.
The researcher said that the use of tissue paper during menstruation could affect the reproductive organs that could lead to other complications in life.
Sometimes it may be chronic infections that may not give serious symptoms to warrant going to the hospital, but it is indirectly damaging the reproductive system or that pathway.
One of them is the Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), many women do not know they have PID until when issues of infertility comes up and untreated PID is a major cause of infertility.
It also depends on the pathogens that are coming from such paper, so it is important to identify the types of pathogen that are isolated from such tissue papers.
There must be quality study that will show the various types of pathogens, in order to identify the type of damage it can cause.
However, women should abstain from the practice of using tissue paper as sanitary pads, in order to avoid such health complications.
Women should always adopt a proper hygiene at all times, especially during the monthly menstrual period, he said.