Zac efron third nipple

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Lily Allen proudly showed hers off on television, Mark Wahlberg's famous for his and just last week, Zac Efron was forced to deny he has two. But a year-old woman has trumped them all - by growing a full-sized extra nipple on the sole of her foot. Although one in 50 women and one in men have extra nipples, according to the California-based Dermatology Journal it's the first time one has ever been discovered so far down somebody's body. Unique: Extra nipples are usually found above the bellybutton, and doctors say it's the first time they have ever seen one on somebody's foot. The woman told doctors she had had the unusual growth - which is almost two inches wide - all her life, and it had never caused her any pain. Between one and five per cent of the population have the condition, known as supernumerary breast tissue.

Woman grows nipple on foot: Lily Allen and Zac Efron have extra nipples too

Woman grows nipple on foot: Lily Allen and Zac Efron have extra nipples too | Daily Mail Online

Celebrities are part of an elite group that society has blessed with fame and sometimes also fortune. This group of celebrities has something even more special. Instead of just having the normal set of two nipples; they have extra nipples. This is a condition that medical scientists call polymastia. It is fairly common and similar to having a birthmark. Having an extra nipple happens in about one in 8, people.

The strange saga of Zac Efron's extra nipples begins in my email inbox, where a letter from a publicist landed this afternoon. Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee wants the world to know that Zac Efron has a third—and possible fourth—nipple.
It is not widely known, but about one in 50 women and one in men have a third nipple. It is a supernumerary nipple, accessory nipple, pseudomamma, polythelia, or polymastia. It is often not entirely developed as a fully functioning nipple. Sometimes it can be mistaken for a mole. The third nipple usually has no clinical significance as long as nothing else is wrong.