Photos: Woman With Huge 7Kg Breasts, Gets Surgical Reduction

. She was diagnosed with a hormonal condition called gigantomastia, which is thought to be caused by a heightened sensitivity to female hormones
Before: Kerisha Mark’s chest ballooned to a staggering 36NNN
Kerisha Mark, 39, from Beaumont, Texas, whose gigantic boobs weigh well over 7kg, falls down below her hips and is an astonishing 36NNN in bra size! Kerisha has suffered a lot as a result of her overly huge breasts. She suffers a sharp pain surging across her chest and an ache creeping up her neck, causing a debilitating migraine. Doctors told her the pain was the result of her breasts and a rare condition called gigantomastia (when breast weight exceeds three per cent of a person’s body weight).

According to her, she has always had large breasts, but by her late 30s, her bust had grown to a staggering 36NNN, due to hormonal condition. She told the Washington Post about her predicament saying;
‘I could not run or jump or work out at all,’ she said. ‘I was very limited in a lot of things I could do.’
She estimated her breasts weighed around 15lbs each, and said she had been forced to use duct tape to hold them in place. Having considered surgery as an option for years, Ms Mark made the decision to mark her 40th birthday by having treatment.
Eyewitness News cameras followed Ms Mark into the operating theatre.
‘I was like, happy birthday to me!’ she said.
She recalled how her large breasts have hampered daily life ever since she was young.
‘My first time at boot camp, I did a jumping jack and my bra snapped. I started to have really bad headaches. Women and men want to touch them to see if they are real. It’s real intimidating.’
After: Kerisha with ‘nice full’ DD cup breasts
Dr Franklin Rose, a plastic surgeon based in Houston, performed the operation. He told The Post he could not remember seeing a patient with larger breasts in his 35-year career.
‘When we went into the exam room – I don’t know if I would use this word ‘shocking’, but it was certainly startling to see breasts of that magnitude.’
Dr Rose said he recruited a colleague to help with the four-hour operation, where he removed 15lbs of breast tissue. They were able to leave Ms Mark with a ‘nice full’ DD cup bust. He said if her condition had been left untreated it could have developed into degenerative kyphosis, a condition causing a person’s spine to curve forward, forming a hump or hunchback.
Ms Mark said more than a month after the surgery, which took place in October, she is planning to start exercising again, and is excited at the prospect of a new wardrobe.
‘The first time my best friend saw me, she cried,’ Mark said. ‘When I stood up for the first time I felt so light.’
And when the operation was complete, she said she was overcome by emotions she hadn’t expected.
‘After I got home I did cry. It was like I mourned the death of them, it was like a divorce.’
But today the 40-year-old is looking forward to a pain-free future.
‘My first thing on the agenda is to purchase a beautiful bra and second is to buy a strapless dress,’ she added.

Thank God she’s her surgery went well and she can now lead a normal life!

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