A WATER with 36JJ boobs spilled glasses and made her burn pacifiers on a candle that was raising funds to reduce them to a DD cup.
Despite severe back pain and other problems, Carly Smart was refused to join the NHS because she did not meet its criteria.
She is trying to raise the £1,500 deposit needed for a private operation.
Carly, of Wellingborough, Northants, said: “It is physically painful and affects my daily life.
“If I didn’t joke about it, I would cry.
“I just don’t want to be in my body anymore.
“I don’t feel like one person, I feel like I have to carry these two with me.
“I hate the idea of asking for money for something I want, but it’s also a need.”
She claims she went to her local GP to try to shrink her breasts to no avail, as she was refused funding by NHS England for not meeting the minimum BMI criteria 25.
Carly says her large busts interfere with her daily life, including at work, where they have become a “joke” by spilling glasses and ‘suffocating’ her when she crouched down.
The 5ft 6in tall bride-to-be said she suffered from rashes that turned her skin “red like a lobster” and “smells like rotting flesh” as well as severe back pain that she fears it will “flip like a match”.
Now, Carly, whose dream of shrinking her breasts before walking down the aisle this August has disappeared, is fundraising with a £1,500 deposit to secure the £7,000 procedure.
Northamptonshire CCG says its Breast Reduction Policy is one of a number of Pre-Approval Policies that have been put in place to make the best use of NHS funds and ensure they can effectively manage their limited resources. .
‘I JUST ALWAYS OFF MY SHOCKET’
Carly said: “There was one time I didn’t even know my cock was literally touching the wall of my kettle. I was like ‘oh my god’, so I almost burned my nipples at that point. .
“I didn’t even realize it was touching it until it was 20 seconds and I was like ‘oh no, we’re gone’.
“When I held the trays I had to raise them a little bit higher because the amount of glass I spilled onto my breasts was ridiculous.
“At a waitress job, we had to have uniforms. They didn’t fit a woman’s body and didn’t fit at all. In the end, I had to get two or three men’s XL size shirts. One times, all the buttons on my shirt just opened right in front of five good customers, it was the most embarrassing thing ever.
“Whenever I’m in a bar and stoop to buy more, I really just get slapped in the face. I feel like I’m strangled by my breasts when I’m trying to grab something.
“It’s hard to say this seriously because if I didn’t joke, I would cry.
“I joke about them at work because I clearly know they’re there. People have accidentally touched my boob and gone ‘oh my god I’m so sorry’ and I just said ‘yes yes’ , they always get in the way. If anything, my boob has touched you’.”
Carly says she first went to doctors at the age of 17 to find a way to shrink her breasts.
Carly said: “At one point, I went to the doctor and explained it to them and the disgusting thing was, she turned to me and said ‘maybe we’re going to give you a boost of your anti-depressants to get you going. you don’t have to think about it as much’.
“I was like ‘what is it? Are you taking my antidepressants so I don’t think about my boobs so much?’ That’s the funniest thing I’ve ever heard.
“I think that’s the point where I said ‘yeah, I’m not getting any help here’.
“One of the reasons was because of my BMI. I explained that my breasts were quite heavy and asked why that was still included in the BMI and they said it was just true, they couldn’t. change specifications.
“Another thing is the fact it’s an expensive surgery, it’s very unlikely that I’ll get it and they basically can’t afford it.
“All I was told was ‘lose weight, lose weight, lose weight’.
“I’ve been to a surgeon before and it was a really bad experience because he looked at me and said like ‘your BMI is really high so the NHS won’t take you and neither will I. take you’ and basically just turn to me and say ‘oh, you’re fat’.
“He basically wants me to drop to a ridiculous size. My BMI is currently 32 and he wants me to be 25 as a healthy weight, but I think I’ll break my back if I’m skinny. the same with my breasts. Don’t think my body will be able to cope, it can hardly cope like it is.”
Carly claims that she suffered from an eating disorder during her teens and that she hasn’t lost weight because she knows it’s a ‘slippery slope’ to do so that leads to bad body thinking .
‘IMPACT ON MY DAILY LIFE’
Carly said: “Even though I’m only 21 years old, I feel like I’ve lost too much of my youth because I can’t move like other people, it affects my daily life a lot.
“It was physically painful. Under my breasts I had red rashes and they were really painful. It was to the point that my skin was as red as a lobster.
“It’s to the point of itchiness and pain. The only other way I can explain it is if you have chickenpox all over your chest. I find that disgusting but it smells like rotten meat.
“They’re just like that to me. It’s really hard, I really can’t control where they are. Wearing a bra is the best way, but it’s also painful.
“Whenever I’m at home, I try not to wear a bra as much as possible because whenever I take it off my breasts feel like they’re ripping off my body, they’re so heavy.
“My back pain is ridiculous at the point.
“Whenever I come home from school, I usually just lie on the floor and cry. My back feels like it’s going to snap like a match, it’s horrible.”
Carly wears size 20-24 because her bust size is too tight or leaves her ‘drowning’ in fabric – and she feels like an ‘absolute tent’ in baggy t-shirts .
Carly said: “I felt like I couldn’t control my body. I didn’t feel like one person, I felt like I had to carry these two lumps with me. It was weird. It was very a lot of.
“It’s hard because depending on what I wear depends on the appearance of my body. I can have a lot of different body types from what I wear.
“It’s horrible because sometimes I don’t feel comfortable wearing anything but obviously I have to wear something and don’t want to be naked. I just don’t want to be in my body anymore.
“My partner is really supportive. Obviously, how much he loves me and likes my body but he also sees the hardships I have to go through.
“When I had a particularly bad day, he went away for a while and then came back and was like ‘yes this is my bank account and I opened this savings account to shrink my breasts and we will do this’ ‘.
“I literally cried.”
Carly says she barely has any bras as they come to £50 a piece and that when her dog tries to lie next to her in bed, he tries to stomp on her chest keeps it from getting in the way.
The 21-year-old has been making her own jewelry for sale to raise some cash for a trick she hopes will reduce the size of her cup to a more manageable DD cup.
Carly said: “Ideally I’d like to have surgery before I get married and I know it’s not going to happen, which is really heartbreaking.
“That’s why we started saving because I was so distraught and hated the idea of walking down the aisle with my boobs. Now it’s become a reality that I’ll have to do either. way.
“I was very reluctant to start GoFundMe because it was like a charity and I felt bad because people told me ‘this is plastic surgery’ and I just felt guilty because it looked like like ‘hey, give me money so I can do a stupid job’ and obviously it’s not exactly that.
“In the end, I was like ‘I made these earrings, I told a little bit about my story, I just want to go public’ and I made a video and put it on my Instagram and number the amount of people that messaged me and it made me go ‘you know what, I think people would really help’.”
A spokesperson for Northamptonshire CCG said: “While we cannot comment on individual cases, our Breast Reconstruction Policy sets out the criteria for patients who seek funding for Surgery. Breast Reduction and is followed by all Common Practices in the Northamptonshire CCG watershed area.
“This policy is one of a number of Prior Approval Policies that have been put in place to make the most of NHS funding and ensure we can efficiently manage our limited resources while providing effective care. results for local people.
“This often means we have to make tough choices about where we invest our resources to get the greatest benefit, and the Pre-Approval Plan sets out criteria that must be met before we can proceed. procedure or treatment to ensure fairness and transparency.”
You can donate to Carly’s GoFundMe page by multiply here.
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