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Man’s pus-filled bum abscess oozes out like a stinky waterfall: ‘The gift that keeps on giving’

A man has a ‘waterfall of puss’ squeezed from his bum in scenes set to air in This Came Out Of Me tonight – so make sure you’ve eaten your dinner before tuning in.

Willis, from Tyler, Texas, has been suffering with a painful sore on his left butt cheek for one week but finally decides to seek medical help at SignatureCare’s Odessa clinic in the Quest Red TV series.

Before the 35-year-old goes under the knife, Dr Rose explains that abscesses are small, localised infections that can cause a patient an enormous amount of pain.

Even more worryingly, if left untreated, abscesses can cause serious health complications.

‘Sometimes they’re caused by an infected hair follicle or sweat gland, or maybe there is a break in the skin that allows bacteria to enter the body, and then the infection goes wild,’ she says in a preview clip shared exclusively with

‘If you let an infection go too long, you could die if it enters into your bloodstream and spreads through your body. Antibiotic-resident infections kill over 35,000 Americans every year. That’s about one person every 15 minutes!’

Willis had his bum abscess drained on This Came Out Of Me (Picture: Quest Red)
The pus cascaded out of the wound like a waterfall (Picture: Quest Red)

 Luckily for Willis, Dr Rose has just the man to help treat this troublesome bum infection: Dr Petter Vaagenes.

After meeting Willis, Dr Vaagenes starts by examining the infected area – Willis’ left butt cheek, with the abscess located just to the right of the bum crack.

‘We’re going to clean you up, okay?’ he says. ‘And then we’re going to put some numbing medicine in there, trying to get it as numb as possible.

‘And then we are going to make a small incision, drain whatever’s in there, and then we’re going to put a packing in there.’

With Willis laid down, Dr Vaagenes gets to work by cleaning the area with povidone-iodine, a topical antiseptic solution used to prepare the skin for small procedures.

A putrid smell seeped from the abscess (Picture: Quest Red)

He then injects Willis with a local anaesthetic, making sure his bottom is nice and numb for the operation.

‘As soon as Dr Vaagenes makes his incision, it doesn’t take long for the waterworks,’ Dr Rose comments.

As the scalpel pierces Willis’ skin, a massive gush of putrid pus seeps out of the wound, covering the doctor’s fingers and his medical equipment.

‘This pus pocket has just started releasing its fragrant mysteries,’ Dr Rose says. With the pus pouring out, Dr Vaagenes warns Willis that things are about to get stinky.

‘You’re going to smell a little odour here, okay?’ he says calmly. ‘When you get an infection like that, you get a significant smell that can be a little uncomfortable.’

Despite the hideous smell, Dr Vaagenes gets on with the job at hand, freeing the putrid pus from Willis’ abscess.

‘You can see quite a bit of pus coming out,’ he chuckles. ‘This is another waterfall; the gift that keeps on giving!’

After nearly half an hour of draining Willis’ bum abscess, there is finally light at the end of the gooey tunnel for Dr Vaagenes.

With the procedure coming to a close, he prescribes his patient a course of oral antibiotics and patches him up.

And no one is more relieved than Willis, who exclaims: ‘I was in some serious pain, and as soon as he started, I got to feeling better.

‘Just like a pressure relief, because everything was really tight and uncomfortable.’

This Came Out Of Me airs Tuesdays at 10pm on Quest Red.

Credit: Original article published here.

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