A mother-of-two with size 38KK breasts says her life is being ruined by her enormous chest.
Danielle Sullivan, 29, says that she struggles to walk for more than 15 minutes because of crippling back, shoulder and knee pains.
The pain keeps her up at night and the pressure of her giant breasts causes her to develop painful sores and bruises which put her at risk of developing infections.
The mental healthcare assistant said she has been denied reduction surgery by her NHS doctors, who classed the procedure as cosmetic.
And as well as the physical agony her chest causes, she has also become extremely self-conscious when out in public because her breasts are 'the first thing people notice'.
Desperate but unable to afford cosmetic surgery herself, Ms Sullivan is now trying to crowdfund the £8,000 she needs for an operation to reduce the size of them.
Danielle Sullivan, pictured with one of her daughters, said she is self-conscious about her breasts because they're so big 'they're the first thing people look at' – but she says she has been denied NHS reduction surgery
Ms Sullivan, from Selby in North Yorkshire, said her breasts cause 'constant' pain and make her back and shoulders ache so much it keeps her up at night (Pictured with her partner, Christopher Dean)
Ms Sullivan, pictured with her partner Christopher Dean, said: 'I struggle to walk for more than 15 minutes without them hurting'
'They've made my life a living nightmare in so many ways,' she said.
'The pain is constant. It begins from the moment I wake up and lasts until I go to bed.
'I take quite strong painkillers but they often don't work at all. I've had sores and open wounds on my breasts and they're absolute agony.
'The back pain from the sheer weight of them is terrible too. I struggle to walk for more than 15 minutes without them hurting.
'I'm very self conscious about the size of them too. It's the first thing people notice about me.'
Ms Sullivan says her breasts regularly develop painful sores and wounds meaning that she's often at risk of infection.
Finding nice fitting clothes is also a struggle for Ms Sullivan because of the size of her breasts and she says she avoids wearing anything too revealing.
She said: 'I have to buy my bras online as most shops don't stock my size. When they come they're like granny bras and they're not very nice.
'I struggle to find tops and nice clothes that show my figure. I just feel comfortable wearing baggy t-shirts and and my partner's tops, I can't wear anything flattering.'
Ms Sullivan regularly develops sores and bruises underneath her breasts because of the pressure caused by their weight. These put her at risk of developing infections
Ms Sullivan said that