Accessory breasts , also known as polymastia , supernumerary breasts , or mammae erraticae , is the condition of having an additional breast. Extra breasts may appear with or without nipples or areolae. It is a condition and a form of atavism which is most prevalent in male humans, and often goes untreated as it is mostly harmless. In recent years, many affected women have had a plastic surgery operation to remove the additional breasts, for purely aesthetic reasons. A related condition, in which extra nipples form, is called " supernumerary nipple " or "polythelia".
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Update: A police report about a stolen 'three-breast prothesis' appears to show the story is indeed a hoax. Alisha Hessler reported the unusual item was stolen from her luggage at Tampa International Airport earlier this month, the Smoking Gun reports. An American woman raised a few eyebrows after claiming she had plastic surgery to create a third breast. Jasmine Tridevil, 21, said she had the surgery in a bid to become a reality TV star, adding that she no longer wanted to appear attractive to men. Watson leak: Hackers show their real motive.
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Snopes also reports that Tridevil's domain is registered to Alisha Hessler , who runs a "massage parlor" in Florida called Golden Touch which boasts that it is a " provider of Internet hoaxes since " and a "specialist in massage for three-breasted women. On her Facebook page, she thanks followers for sharing YouTube videos featuring her swiveling her hips in a tri-cup bikini. She also hired a camera crew to follow her around so she can pitch a reality show to MTV.
They can range from tiny moles, lumps without nipples, to the rather disfiguring and uncomfortable. The report details a year-old woman from India whose left breast had been swelling for the past decade, following her first pregnancy. The only reason she eventually went to the clinic was because she began to suffer "dragging" pain in her left shoulder and arm due to the heavy weight of the breast, study author Dr. When the medical team performed an ultrasound scan they found a large tissue mass that was similar in consistency to the left breast but distinct from it. Photo credit: BMJ