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May 5th, 2010
Being Pinned Down By Boobs

A Peruvian woman was trapped in her bed for six months because of the size of her gigantic N cup breasts.

Julia Manihuari, 29, said her breasts continued to grow every day after the birth of her third child. “I couldn’t move because my boobs and belly were the same size,” she told reporters. “My breasts became so huge my skin had sores and I had trouble breathing.” She developed Bilateral Gynescomastia–an illness that keeps the mammary glands growing during puberty or after pregnancy. Doctors say if the condition is left untreated, the weight of the breasts could eventually squash her lungs and kill her.

Local media funded the life-saving breast reduction operation, which brought her from a size N to a 34B cup. “Before the operation I couldn’t do anything, I just had to live with it, it got so bad that my breasts were touching my legs,” she said.

Doctors removed 35 pounds in breast tissue.




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