I had a boob job and was surprised to see how the doctors put my nipples back on.



they did not do the mother job.

A woman has shared the shocking but medically necessary mistake doctors made during her breast and areola reduction surgery.

TikTok user @salmonslayer69, known as Daldo on social media, shared a clip showing the plastic surgery patient looking at her newly redesigned chest.

“Waking up from my boob job only to find my nipple piercings were now vertical instead of horizontal,” read the caption on the video, which has 5.5 million views as of Wednesday morning.

She added in the caption: “It was just the [piercing] holes, but imagine my surprise.

Nipple piercings can be done horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, as requested by the client, but most often they are horizontal, like Daldo’s before surgery.

The reveal sent his followers into a frenzy of crude jokes, as well as those who had similar stories of a roving piercing post-op.

“I have to rotate and align the tires from time to time,” one person joked.

One former patient said of her previous procedure: “My reduction surgeon made them straighter than my piercer,” while another shared on behalf of his partner: “My wife has a vertical and a horizontal one now.”

Reflected one onlooker: “I can imagine the doctors panicking in the operating room and arguing about how they are doing,” said one person.

However, Daldo later clarified that the move was made on the doctor’s orders.

“The rotation is intentional to preserve blood flow and nerves,” he explained. “It’s necessary that in some patients it’s not a ‘whoopsie’ lol.”

In fact, sometimes during breast augmentation or reduction, a nipple must be changed to match the new breast size; however, it cannot be placed just anywhere, according to experts. Doctors limit themselves to certain areas of the breast that can provide the most blood and oxygen to the nipple, and in this process, the nipple must sometimes be rotated to surgically accommodate the new location.

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