I was so sick of my uniboob that I forked out thousands on surgery to separate them, but it didn’t last | The Sun
A COSMETICS fan has revealed she was so sick of her uniboob she had them surgically separated.
Hannah B shared her journey in a TikTok video online.
Hannah had a ‘uniboob’ or what is medically known as Symmastia.
Symmastia is when breasts grow together, with little or no cleavage between them.
Instead, there’s a web of skin, fat, and tissue across the cleavage area.
Sometimes the lack of cleavage is less noticeable and the condition is quite rare.
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Often Symmastia occurs after a woman has had breast reconstructive surgery but in Hannah’s case the ‘uniboob’ developed naturally.
Hannah said her ‘uniboob’ was her biggest insecurity.
She said: “Said goodbye to my uniboob and biggest insecurity..”
So she decided to get the ‘uniboob’ surgically separated and have a breast reduction so that they weren’t likely to grow back together again.
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She said: “Cut them bad boys in half and got my reduction.”
Hannah described the surgery as a ‘dream come true’.
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The cosmetics fan was happy and smiling just three days after the surgery
But it seems Hannah was too quick to smile, as she revealed that her surgery had in fact been unsuccessful.
She said just three months later: “Mine ended up not being successful.”
Hannahs video gained over 89,000 viewers curious about the procedure.
One user said: “GIRLLLL I am thinking about it. I made my consultation and everything.”
Another said: “Yesss.”
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A third viewer said: “Queenie.”
A fourth commented: “Praying for you and a fast recovery.”
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