Mackenzie Brown’s finger was unfortunately slammed with a door shut at 2-Year-Old, which ripped off her digit’s top piece. To fix the damage, the Houston-Texas based did a skin graft from her bikini line. Due to her young age, doctors couldn’t use skin from her arm or leg as they feared that scar might grow as she got older.
Mackenzie Brown finger was slammed with a door shut at 2-Year-Old, which ripped off the top piece of her digit
As disturbing as this might sound, Mackenzie, in a viral TikTok clip, claimed that public hair is growing out of the tip of the repaired digit, and it has equally turned brown. The revelation emerged after Mackenzie responded to another user who requested that users share the bizarre things their bodies do.
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Now, the Houston-Texas based who underwent a skin graft claim public hair is growing out of the tip of the repaired digit
‘When I was two years old, my mom slammed a door shut on my finger, and it ripped off the top piece of my finger. This was back in the 90s, and I got a skin graft, but instead of taking the skin from the back of my leg or piece under my arm or something, they didn’t want the scar to grow as I grew, so they took it from my groin area, my bikini line.’ Mackenzie explained.
Due to her young age, doctors couldn’t use skin from her arm or leg as they feared that scar might grow as she got older
The skin graft procedure was successful, but as Mackenzie dunked her hand inside the toilet on returning home, it turned to dark brown
The skin graft procedure, according to Mackenzie, was successful, but as she dunks her hand inside the toilet on returning home, it caused the graft to turn dark brown. Specifically, when Mackenzie experienced puberty, she observed thick black hair growing out of the graft and instantly deduced they were public hairs.
When Mackenzie experienced puberty, she observed thick black hair growing out of the graft and deduced they were public hairs
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She added: ‘When I hit puberty, and I started growing hair down there, I also started growing hair on my finger. Kids found that out in school and started calling me coochie finger.’ Expectedly, Mackenzie’s clip garnered comments, with some users begging her to share a follow-up with more details and a few expressing their shock over her tale.
Mackenzie’s clip garnered comments, with a few users expressing their shock over the tale
‘Why did they take the skin from down there again?’ A user questioned while a second begged: ‘Throw the whole finger away!’ In an updated clip, Mackenzie showed how she plucks out the public hairs once they appear, and in another, she highlighted the bizarre questions she’s asked when getting a manicure. Nonetheless, Dr. Pimple Popper reacted to Mackenzie’s clip, admitting that the condition isn’t as uncommon as people might think.
However, Dr. Pimple Popper reacted to Mackenzie’s clip, admitting that the condition isn’t as uncommon as people might think
@raemackzieThank you for answering some important questions @drpimplepopper ##YouShouldKnow ##weirdbodythings #coochiefinger ##drpimplepopper
In her TikTok clip, Dr. Pimple, whose real name is Sandra Lee, explained that hand injuries are often repaired using skin from the genital area. She added that it’s known to be remarkably malleable and therefore won’t impair the patient’s range of movement or growth in the years after the procedure.