Can you imagine going under the knife for a new set of boobs and waking up to the sight of your chest, now one solitary conjoined breast? Welcome to Dinora Rodriguez's nightmare. A 40-year-old stay-at-home mom, Rodriguez had her first round of breast implants in 1998. She was very happy with her first procedure "because they looked exactly the way they looked before I had my kids," and given the success, decided to go have them repaired over ten years later.
We've heard about what happened in her second surgery, and it's a story so awful it fits right in with the rest of the classic Halloween tales: Rodriguez awoke with not only conjoined breasts, but her eyes had been operated on without her permission. Since the botched surgery, she has been unable to fully close her eyes and there's the whole "uniboob" problem. How the hell did it happen? In a normal procedure, there are two pockets created under the muscle behind the breast — one for each boob — but in Rodriguez's case, her doctor only created one pocket. Thus, uniboob. Having conjoined breasts took a heavy toll on Dinora, which she spoke to Good Morning America about today: