NHS video explains how to deal with birthmarks causing problems

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‘I want to show people there is a happy ending’: Woman, 25, born with a facial deformity so severe
she endured a childhood of cruel taunts and 18 operations in 14 years, walks down the aisle.

At birth, the left side of her face was distorted by the mark (pictured with her mother Theresa)

Cody Hall’s birthmark was so severe it distorted the left side of her face
She married her boyfriend of eight years Lewis Holt, 27, last Friday
Doctors told her distraught family she could not have surgery until she was one
They raised £230,000 to send her to the US where a specialist performed on her
As a teenager, Ms Hall struggled with her disorder and endured cruel stares
A brave woman who was born with a severe facial deformity has got married telling guests: ‘There is a happy ending.’
Cody Hall’s, now 25, severe birthmark, thought to be a haemangioma, was so large it distorted
the left side of her face and doctors told her distraught family there was nothing they could do
to remedy it until she was six years old.

Ms Hall had her first operation at just one-year-old after her parents raised £230,000
After raising £230,000 for treatment in the US, Ms Hall, from Corby, Northamptonshire,
had her first of 18 surgeries at just one-year-old, before suffering through numerous nose
reconstructions and facelifts over 14 years.
Ms Hall, who endured years of cruel stares and comments from strangers over her disfigurement,
met her husband Lewis Holt, 27, eight years ago and they became engaged last year.
She said: ‘It was an emotional day and there were some tears, but only tears of joy.
‘I just want to show people that there is a happy ending.’

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