Colt Knigge, from Meridian, Idaho, US, has been riddled with lumps and bumps for years, but this particular cyst had been growing larger and larger.Colt's wife Emily, who filmed the footage, said: 'The cyst had been there for a few years.'We asked my good friend Susan Sansom, who is a nurse practitioner if she could pop the cyst for us at our home, and she happily did it.'Colt said the most painful part of the process was the injecting of the anesthetic - but he took the pain well.'It was successful for the most part, as they cyst isn't as large.'However, the sac wasn't removed because we didn't have sutures, so they're still present, and may or not fill back up.'I love watching things like this, so that's why I recorded it – it was enjoyable and squeamish at the same time.'After the video finished, Susan squeezed a couple more times but nothing really came out, so we just patched him up.' Cysts are noncancerous, closed sac-like structures that can be filled with fluid, pus or other materials.
The unnamed patient, believed to be male and from Madrid, is thought to have been suffering from a 'fat pad', or pinguecula, in his eye.
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Most cysts disappear on their own, but some may need to be drained to relieve pain.
Self-treatment by squeezing or popping the cyst yourself is not advised as it could exacerbate the underlying cause.
They are round, dome-shaped bumps that tend to be yellow or white in colour.
Usually painless, they can become tender, sore and red if infected.
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They are common and can appear anywhere on the skin.