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My breast implants were “growing MOLD” – people disagreed that they make me sick, but I finally have the proof

A TIKTOKER has revealed what her breast implants reportedly look like 18 months after their removal.

In a video with 3 million views, TikToker Bunnie shows two implants with copper-colored spots that she believes are mold.

A TikToker has revealed what her breast implants reportedly look like 18 months after their removal

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A TikToker has revealed what her breast implants reportedly look like 18 months after their removalPhoto credit: Tiktok
In a video that has garnered millions of views, Bunnie said they have them "ex-planted" was the best decision she ever made

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In a video that has garnered millions of views, Bunnie said getting her “explanted” was the best decision she ever madePhoto credit: Tiktok

“I had implants in me for 13 years,” Bunnie wrote in the caption at the top of the TikTok video.

“I started suffering from so many symptoms that no single doctor could pinpoint.”

Bunnie went on to say that she had them removed in November 2020 and that it was the best decision she’s ever made.

“All symptoms are gone except sometimes anxiety,” she wrote in the caption above the video.

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She said the breast implants had been dormant since she “explanted” them.

“Look at this. This goes into a human body,” she said while showing the stains and obvious material in the implants.

“Look at the mold. No wonder women have so many complications with these things. It’s disgusting.”

While it’s unconfirmed if the spots on the implants are mold, Bunnie claimed to have had what is known as breast implant disease while they were in her body.

Despite the fact that saline implants only contain salt water, they still pose significant health risks, according to Breast Implant Cancer Advocates.

“It is widely believed that saline implants are harmless if they leak. However, saline implants are susceptible to mold, yeast, and bacterial growth,” the organization’s website states.

“Deterioration or damage to the seal of the implant allows bacteria to grow inside the implant.

“This fluid can slowly leak out of the implant and spread throughout the body.”

Bunnie isn’t the only person to claim to feel significantly better after breast implant removal.

As previously reported, NASCAR legend Danica Patrick had her breast implants removed after saying they were negatively impacting her health.

Patrick, who got the implants in 2014, said they caused her hair to break off. She also gained weight, had irregular periods and noticed a whole new shape on her face, she claimed.

“I had them removed on Wednesday [April 27]’ she wrote on Instagram.

“Within hours of surgery, I noticed the following – my face had more color and less dark circles, my face started producing oil again, I could already breathe 30 percent deeper into my chest, and I had so much energy when I woke up.”

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Bunnie ended her TikTok video by urging her followers to pay attention if they think their implants are causing them problems.

“We don’t have to suffer in our quest for the perfect babies,” she said.

The video of the implants after removal was viewed 3 million times within days

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The video of the implants after removal was viewed 3 million times within days

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