Strangers stare at my enormous boobs but they won't fit in any bras and the NHS refuses to help | The Sun

A WOMAN with “enormous boobs” that won’t fit in any sized bra available has told the NHS has refused to help her.

Gemma Lock has been rejected for a breast reduction twice by the NHS and is now looking to go abroad for reduction surgery.



The 51-year-old can’t fit into a size K bra – the biggest cup size available – despite already losing a whopping five stone in weight.

She is now begging the public to help her raise money for surgery because “nothing fits” and strangers constantly stare.

The GoFundMe page reads: “Hey, my boobs are enormous; enough is enough.

“I lost five stone, and they still refused to fit into a K cup (the largest size you can buy).

“I have applied twice to the NHS as I have all five reasons for needing a breast reduction, but they have refused.

“So, wanting to live my best life, I boldly, with trepidation, decided to take matters into my own hands!

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“I want to be able to jog and buy shop clothes!

“My enormous boobs get in the way of me feeling attractive or putting any effort into my appearance; nothing fits!

“Surgery abroad will cost around three thousand or eight thousand in the UK, and this is what I am fundraising for.

“I'd love to give a piece of art in exchange for donating, and happy to take commissions…”

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The availability of breast reduction surgery on the NHS varies, depending on the eligibility criteria decided by your local clinical commissioning group (CCG).

Some CCGs do not fund breast reduction surgery at all, and others fund it selectively if you fulfil certain criteria.

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