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The fourth season of My lb Life and debut season of Skin Tight premiere on January 6th, starting at 9 p. My lb Life follows individuals whose lives have become drastically complicated by their obesity. In the new season, the show will center on 24 people trying to change their lives for the better by losing weight, consulting medical professionals, and changing long-standing bad habits. New series Skin Tight will focus on the aftermath of losing weight. The show will follow 12 people going through the complicated process of skim removal surgery. Silver Spring, MD -Twenty-four Americans who feel like prisoners in their own body seek to change their lives forever by enlisting the help of doctors to drastically change their appearance.

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They have to get a whole new closet. I saw the first episode of the season, and I would have naturally just continued to binge the entire season if I could have. Some patients are screaming the whole time, and I'm like, "Don't scream. You get to see my husband. Is there anything you can tell us about the first season and what we can expect to see? It was a patient in particular that wanted to take her cyst home and was playing with it and rubbing it and shaking it and bouncing it By the time she did all of that, that really did me. Every day is different. That's pretty cool. They're not the same person, the same way they walked in.

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I don't know how to explain it. So I know that both of your parents were nurses, but I'm just curious what made you interested initially in dermatology specifically? How cool is that?

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So I'm like, "Oh, that's not bad. They figured out a way to hide it from society. I really feel like sometimes it's hard to connect. I wonder if that's even something that you learn in medical school, like —.

Here's what initially got dr. mercy interested in dermatology

I wish that we would be more compassionate as a society and just be more loving and caring. So as long as it's inside the patient's body, I'm okay. I actually did not know I wanted to do dermatology till three months before I graduated med school, which is kind of late.

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She's kind of the inspiration behind all of this. Sometimes my job is tougher If I can't get the patient to calm down or just to relax. But I think the biggest thing is, like I said on the show, when you walk in, you're not just a patient. Who knows? When it comes out, I'm okay. I love that.

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So I actually never thought that I would be a dermatologist if this plastic surgeon did not recommend it. You know? Do they want to take home the cyst? People can actually go back and get jobs now, because they are normal again and people aren't going to be staring at them.

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I'm like, "Oh my goodness. You're not supposed to do this, but I let her take two home. They leave as a different person. I was like —. The List recently sat down with Dr. Mercy to learn all about the inspiration behind her career, the work that goes into her practice, and what we can expect from the exciting first season of her show. Most people want to see it. And also, learning about people's stories and learning to be more compassionate.

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Sometimes some people are just so scared of a needle, and it takes a little longer to calm them down. So what would you say makes Lily Aesthetics different from other dermatological practices?

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I never looked back ever since. There's actually one episode that I ran to the bathroom to throw up. You never know what people are going through. Some patients just don't want you to go deep with them, but I try to explain that sometimes you have to go deep for me to be able to treat you completely, for me to be able to do my job. There are two in particular, where they walk in At first when patients walk in, when they have these large lipomas, I sometimes don't get to know how big it is, because they will walk in with bigger t-shirts. And a plastic surgeon actually suggested that I try dermatology, that I might love it.

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We're like a tight-knit family and our patients feel that too. My staff has been with me for a long time. That's probably something you just have to have internally, like your ability to calm someone down, or your bedside manner.

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So most people think, because we remove all these things, I don't get sick from it. There's something seriously addicting about those medical shows that you just can't look away from. What would you say are some of the biggest challenges of your job? But it has to leave the room. Do people do that a casting And I'm curious, I'm sure you've kind of seen it all in your field, but is there anything that makes you squeamish or makes you a little uncomfortable to see?

She also shared some insider information regarding her top dermatological tips that you're not going to want to miss. But are there any patients or cases you can think of that really come to mind when you think about giving someone their lives back and changing their lives for the better?

So I can be doing general skin, like just doing medical acne psoriasis, or I could be removing large tumors out of people's bodies. There's lots of transformation, lots of stories. Oh, of course. So I knew I wanted to do surgery, and I thought I wanted to be a plastic surgeon, but it wasn't Something Tlc still missing. But despite her impressive knowledge and expertise, she sees her patients as more than just cases — she seeks to change lives. We get to follow a lot of patients tight we give them their lives back. You were over it. I take it as an honor to be able to even meet you, to come in contact with you and just for me to learn everything about you.

They can actually go out in public, go to the beach without people staring at them. I get to give patients immediate satisfaction. In the show, you said that you feel as though you give people their lives back in some cases, which I definitely think is true, at least just from what I could see from the first episode.

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And he was right. I take it as a privilege to be able to serve you.

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That must be a challenge. You really do walk in and have on idea what your day is going to look like, huh? And I just really, really enjoy that. Spouses, they can have a better marriage. You have to a release form to take it home, but she took two home.

I think the biggest thing is I get to do the surgeries that I wanted to do. I really, really enjoyed it a lot. You get to meet Lily.

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Some patients are like, "Yeah, let's do this. And Lily is my daughter's name. Yeah, of course. Well, maybe it's sitting on her mantle right now. Most people will name it, but it's really rare to meet someone that wants to keep it or play with it. Just knowing it's there and smelling it, that gets me. So it's a family atmosphere, even for all my patients, for all my staff on the show. No, you were over it. So when they come into my clinic with this large growth and these lumps and bumps, they get to leave without it.

So there are a few patients that can actually start hanging out with their kids again. If you're a fan of series like " Dr. Pimple Popper " that show — in excruciating detail — the ins and outs of extreme dermatological cases, you're going to love TLC's newest show " Dr.

Mercy Odueyungboa Chicago-based board-certified dermatologist who specializes in malignant growths, benign lesions, Mohs surgery for skin cancers, and more via the Baraga County Memorial Hospital.

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