My 600-lb Life star Dr. Younan Nowzaradan works hard to potentially save the life of his morbidly obese patients. However, his patience is tested after one of his clients poops himself in a wheelchair while sitting in Dr. Now’s waiting room.
My 600-lb Life: Dr. Younan Nowzaradan Fights with Patient
Sean Milliken from My 600-lb Life talks about how his body traps him. He spends all of his days in his bed, even to use the bathroom. For him to poop or pee, he slides to the edge of his bunk to empty himself into a tote. Also, he says he can’t do anything for himself anymore. When he wakes up, he yells for his mom Renee to make him breakfast. Then, he says he only moves when he has to because it hurts to do anything. Also, he says the days he struggles with most are when he needs to get up to bathe.
So, Sean Milliken travels to see Dr. Younan Nowzaradan in Houston, Texas to get the help he needs. He hopes to get approved for gastric bypass surgery. Also, Dr. Nowzaradan meets Sean outside, in the van Sean’s transported in. But, Dr. Nowzaradan’s first impression is that Sean doesn’t look concerned about his health.
Next, on My 600-lb Life, Dr. Nowzaradan says Sean’s at least 800-lb just by looking at him. Then, he notices Sean’s entire left leg is completely swollen up. As Sean’s dragged into the hospital to get weighed, his left leg drags on the ground because it’s too big for him to pick it up. He cries out in pain, saying the pain from his leg dragging on the ground is too much for him to take.
Medical Professional Calls Out Enabler
On My 600-lb Life, Dr. Younan Nowzaradan talks to Sean Milliken after he says he’s in “extreme pain.” He cries and explains how he’s not used to sitting in a wheelchair. This all takes place in Dr. Nowzaradan’s waiting room, as Sean’s too big to fit through the doorframe to get weighed. So, Dr. Now has his nurses drag a scale-out to measure Sean.
But, Sean’s size puts the scale overcapacity. Dr. Nowzaradan from My 600-lb Life explains they’re going to have to put Sean into a bed to measure him. Then, he says the scale goes up to 800 pounds, so he tells Sean he weighs over 800 pounds. Before bringing him back into a hospital bed, Dr. Nowzaradan talks to Sean’s mom. He tells her she needs to stop enabling her son, as she’s killing him.
My 600-lb Life: Dr. Nowzaradan’s Patient Poops Himself
Before getting put into a mattress, Sean Milliken from My 600-lb Life has an “accident” in Dr. Nowzardan’s waiting room. He says “oh no” and then reaches his hand back to feel his backside. Sean looks at his hands and tells his mother that he’s had an accident.
She quickly grabs paper towels and wipes her son’s bottom the best she can in Dr. Nowzaradan’s waiting room.
After Dr. Nowzaradan comes back with the hospital gurney, he tells Sean that he measures 919 pounds.
Sadly, Sean lost his battle against obesity and passed away in 2019.
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