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Teen starts a GoFundMe campaign for breast reduction after years of harsh unwanted comments.

Teen starts a GoFundMe campaign for breast reduction after years of harsh unwanted comments.

A 19-year-old from Britain has 34I breasts and considers them as a curse. Thus, in her attempts to get rid of the ‘curse’ she started a GoFundMe page to crowdfund £5,000 ($6440) for breast reduction surgery.

Vicky Rog, a teenaged girl from Britain has been facing very harsh comments due to her naturally large breasts since she was in middle school. While talking about what she faced, the 19-year-old detailed that any people believe her large bust is a "gift", but she considers her breasts to be "a curse".

 



 

 

She has faced years of unwanted comments which is unfair considering she has no control over how her body grew during puberty. Currently, Vicky has one of the biggest natural chests in Britain when compared to her tiny 5ft 4" frame.

 



 

 

Apart from facing the harsh words that came her way, Rog also struggled all her life to find proper fitting bras and take part in her favorite sports.
She explained,

“I have the back issues of a 60-year-old because of them. I got the nickname of 'Big Boob Vicky' at school. I would laugh it off but it really got to me.”

The 19-year-old added,

“Men regularly make comments on how I look and it always ends up with somebody grabbing her me inappropriately when I go clubbing.”

 



 

 

Thus, in her attempts to get rid of the ‘curse’ she started a GoFundMe page to crowdfund £5,000 ($6440) for breast reduction surgery.
On her GoFundMe page, she wrote,

“I feel like I shouldn’t be making a [GoFundMe] page, but at this point, I would rather do this [than] keep crying myself to sleep.”

 



 

 

In the description, she explained, that her chest looks "absolutely ridiculous" compared to the rest of her body, but regardless of her appearance, she is seeking the surgery for "medical reasons and for a lifestyle change".
All her life she had to face issues due to her large breast size. She has been going to doctors since she was 13 and was referred to over 100 physio appointments, which led to her "missing school for many years".

 



 

 

She was promised a break reduction surgery by NHS. However, was recently informed that she would have to wait a couple more years because her chest is still growing.
Talking about her condition, she explained,

“It's my 20th birthday next month and I have never felt worse. I have scars from where the breasts are so heavy and they rip my skin, I have blisters in the summer, and wearing bras for longer than a couple hours is painful. Over the years I have learned to hide them, but it’s hard wearing jumpers and long tops when it’s 30+ degrees outside in the summer. My goal is to go down to a size B/C (of course, whatever is healthy and advertised by my surgeon) I’m just fed up at this point. Everything I have tried has not worked and this is my last option.”

 



 

 

As of this writing, £2,000 has been raised of her £5,000 target

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Also read: Two friends wear the same outfits to prove that looking good is all about style & not size.

Article Source: VT

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