An endless stream of pus like a cottage cheese comes out of an abscess

In the two-minute clip that stirred the stomach, an endless stream of pus erupted from the huge bulge in Dave Andrew's back.

The stomach-churning clip reveals the moment when a stream of pus like a cottage cheese emerges from an abscess that had been growing on the back of an old man for 25 YEARS.

  • Kerry Andrew, from Bristol, attacked the huge abscess on the back of his father Dave
  • A voice in the background shouted & # 39; Oh my God! & # 39; 3 times in the clip
  • Both Mrs. Andrew and the other woman agreed that the liquid had an unpleasant scent

Stephen Matthews for Mailonline

The horrible scenes have been captured at the moment when an abscess that had been growing on the back of an old man for 25 years broke.

In the two-minute clip that stirred the stomach, an endless stream of pus erupted from the huge bulge in Dave Andrew's back.

A voice in the background shouted "My God!" Three times, to the large amount of yellow gunge and its gloomy stench.

Mr. Andrew's daughter, Kerry attacked the mass with a scalpel, digging a small hole in the dough and persuading the unpleasant fluid.

In the two-minute clip that stirred the stomach, an endless stream of pus erupted from the huge bulge in Dave Andrew's back.

A voice in the background shouted "oh my God" three times, at the large amount of yellow gunge and its gloomy stench

A voice in the background shouted "oh my God" three times, at the large amount of yellow gunge and its gloomy stench

In the two-minute clip that stirred the stomach, an endless stream of pus erupted from the huge bulge in Dave Andrew's back. A voice in the background shouted "oh my God" three times, at the large amount of yellow gunge and its gloomy stench

Another unidentified woman laughed, while the pus came out of Mr. Andrew's abscess.

Both Mrs. Andrew and the other woman agreed that the liquid had an unpleasant scent, saying several times during the clip that "it stinks."

In the first squeeze of her daughter's mass, the pus shot out and dripped down her back. But she refused to give up until everything came to light.

At one point, Mr. Andrew, who was sitting on a wooden chair in his home in Bristol, moved and the pus fell backward to the floor beneath him.

Trying to inform Andrew what was coming out of his abscess, they described the liquid as "cheese" and "spray cream".

Andrew denied that he was suffering much, as his daughter continued digging into the mammoth abscess with her bright pink nails.

Once the cyst emptied, Ms. Andrew joked with her father: "You'll need a tummy tuck now … you have sagging skin."

In an interview with Newsflare about the vile clip, Ms. Andrew revealed that the cyst had been on her back "for a long time".

She added: "He drained it in the NHS 25 years ago.

"In the last few days, before we exploded, he said he was getting sore and uncomfortable when he went to bed."

Ms. Andrew admitted that she was a little worried that she was hurting her father, but he asked her to just do that. & # 39;

What is an abscess and how can it be treated?

An abscess is a mass surrounded by a pink or red area. Half of the abscess is usually filled with pus or waste.

The most common location for an abscess is under the armpit, although it can also form from an inflammation around a hair follicle.

Causes:

  • They are caused by an accumulation of oils under the skin.
  • If the germs penetrate the hair follicles or pores, they could become an infection that would later form an abscess.

Symptom:

  • It forms a mass that is usually warm and tender to the touch.
  • The infection can spread under the skin to the tissue or even to the bloodstream.
  • If it spreads, it can cause fever or make the person sick.

Treatment:

  • If the abscess is small, you can apply a warm compress daily to help reduce the size.
  • It is not recommended to puncture or drain the abscess because it could cause a bigger infection.
  • If it becomes large enough, a doctor can numb the area and eliminate the abscess.

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