Viewers disgusted by 13-year-old’s ‘moldy’ breast implant in viral clip

A woman has gone viral after showing off her breast implants which she had removed after 13 years, claiming the implants were making her sick.

The woman named Bunnie, or @xomgitsbunnie, posted the video to TikTok where it received over 3.3 million views and 4,200 comments.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has reported breast augmentation as one of the top five most popular cosmetic procedures since 2006.

There are two types of breast implants: silicone and saline. Silicone implants use a thick gel that looks like human fat. Salt systems are filled with a salt water solution and are prone to the growth of mold, yeast and bacteria.

Viewers disgusted by 13-year-old’s ‘moldy’ breast implant in viral clip
In a viral TikTok, a woman showed what her 13-year-old breast implants look like now that they’ve been removed.
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In 2020, silicone implants were used 84% of the time, while saline implant use dropped to 16%, according to the ASPS.

Some people have also reported symptoms of breast implant disease (BII), which includes a multitude of symptoms.

Symptoms of breast implant disease, according to

  • Joint and muscle pain
  • chronic fatigue
  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Respiratory problems
  • sleep disorders
  • Rashes and skin problems
  • Dry mouth and dry eyes
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Headache
  • Hair loss
  • Gastrointestinal problems

In most cases, these symptoms disappear after removal of the implant, the organization said.

In the video, Bunnie explained that she had her implants removed in November 2020 after doctors were unable to determine what was causing her various symptoms.

He then took an implant out of a plastic bag and held it up to the camera.

“Look at this,” he said, moving the yellowing implant in his hand. “It goes inside a human body. Look at the mold.”

In the video, various brown spots line the implant and the fluid inside has turned yellow.

“No wonder women have so many complications with these things,” she said, still holding the implant. “It’s disgusting.”

Bunny then removed the other implant from the bag and held it closer to the camera. Inside the implant there was mold floating in the discolored saline solution.

“It’s inside the factory,” he said. “I’m so grateful that I had my breasts removed. Ladies, if you’re suffering from any type of symptom, definitely check the BII and this is probably what the inside of your prosthesis looks like.”

Over 4,200 users have commented on TikTok, many say implants should be replaced every few years, and others say they know people who suffer from chronic pain because they refuse to look into having the implant removed. implant.

“Implants are not meant to be permanent, you have to replace them after so many years,” one user commented.

“Daughter, I work at a senior center and we have someone who STILL HAS HIS IMPLANTS and is in so much pain every day,” one user commented. “Like he was crying in pain.”

“It has always bothered me as a nurse that a saline infusion bag has an expiration date because it doesn’t implant?” another user asked.

“You should get new ones every 10 years,” another user wrote. “At least that’s what my mother’s doctor told you.”

“One of my best friends just had hers removed because she had so many symptoms from her,” another user commented. “He said he wished he never had them.”

News week contacted @xomgitsbunnie for comment.

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News Week reported that the woman suffered from rashes and unexplained skin disorders, brain fog, memory and concentration problems, anxiety, joint and muscle pain, and headaches. Post now on TikTok to spread information about BII.

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