A teenager with natural 34I breasts has launched a GoFundMe in the hopes of undergoing reduction surgery following years of unwanted comments.
Speaking to The Sun, 19-year-old Vicky Rog says that many people believe her large bust is a "gift", but she considers her breasts to be "a curse".
According to the publication, Vicky has one of the biggest natural chests in Britain when compared to her tiny 5ft 4" frame.
As well as struggling to find proper fitting bras and take part in her favorite sports, Vicky has also been taunted for years because of her chest.
She says: "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."
Vicky adds that "men regularly make comments" to her, she "always ends up" with somebody "grabbing her inappropriately" when she goes clubbing.
In an effort to rid her of her "curse", Vicky has started a GoFundMe page in an effort to crowdfund £5,000 ($6440) for breast reduction surgery.[[imagecaption|| Credit: GoFundMe]]
On her page, Vicky writes: "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."
She adds 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".
"I have been to the doctors since I was 13 years old about my breast," she writes, detailing how she had also been referred to over 100 physio appointments, which led to her "missing school for many years".
Despite being promised breast reduction surgery on the NHS when she turned 18, Vicky was informed that she would have to wait a couple more years because her chest is still growing.
She writes: "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."
Vicky concluded by writing: "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, £245 ($315) has been raised of her £5,000 target - but if you would like to help, you can click HERE to donate.