Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. You know that scene in Evil Dead II where the hero has to chop off his own hand because it has become possessed and it's trying to kill him? Well, this article is about someone who did that. Only it wasn't her hand, it was her breasts, and she didn't have a pair of chainsaws installed in their place.
Woman’s boob hell – so big I tried to cut them off
Did Angelina Jolie Cut Off Her Breasts for Nothing? What New Science Has to Say
Ever since my body went through puberty at the tender age of nine, I had struggled with my growing bust. By 10, I had double Ds. The boys at school would laugh and make fun, while grown men would stop to leer at me in the street. By the time I reached 16, my boobs had doubled in size. They caused severe back pain and even stopped me from playing sports. I tried losing weight, but they were both the size of watermelons and weighed a kilo each.
Woman cut out her own breast using scalpel, Dettol and a YouTube tutorial
If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. The ones that should not scare us are the ones we can take on and take control of. NPR has reported on a study published in JAMA on Tuesday showing that women who undergo radical mastectomies in the early stages of breast cancer have no greater survival rate than those treated more traditionally, with a lumpectomy and radiation therapy.
A mother-of-three has described the moment she cut out her own breast implant after her giant boobs gave her anxiety. Tonia Rossington, 49, from Skegness, had her B-cup breasts increased to an F-cup when her natural boobs became saggy and deflated through breastfeeding three children. She wrote to her GP and said she was suffering depression and anxiety linked to her implants and also told him she had considered taking them out herself. But she was told she could only have the surgery if the implants were ruptured and causing severe pain or if there was capsular contracture, where extreme scarring forms a hard shell around the implant.