A young Aussie mother from Neerim North, Victoria, has issued a heartfelt plea to raise funds to reduce the size of her breasts.
Sheridan Larkman, 23, says her big boobs have made her life hell and despite consulting her GP “since the age of 16” regarding a Medicare funded breast reduction, she’s yet to be successful.
The young mum-of-two wrote on GoFundMe that her breasts “are draining my health”.
“I have mild scoliosis, constant back and shoulder and I am so tired of dressing to try and cover everything so I don't get crude comments that I've dealt with for as long as I can remember.”
Sheridan told news.com.au she’s fearful they’ll never stop growing.
“They’ve grown all my life, what’s to say that’s going to stop now?”
They began to develop when she was just eight years old.
She also voiced her fears over unavoidably showing her cleavage and why she's concerned about how her children might perceive derogatory comments:"Because I have young children it concerns me if I’m showing the tiniest bit of cleavage. Sometimes you can’t help that. My children are exposed to that, they might think it’s normal for men to speak like that to them one day."
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Sheridan took to crowdfunding site GoFundMe to try to raise the money for the surgery writing:
"Please help me fund a private reduction to save my health and so I can enjoy life more actively with my children and hobbies without restriction."She’s aiming to raise $10,000 for the surgery and at time of publishing has already raised over $2600.