A WOMEN with ever-growing ‘circus breasts’ says she’s been teased by spoilers – but she’s getting rich for their size.
Korina Kova, 35, said she was harassed by strangers pointing at her and shouting obscenities when she was in public.
The model, though, can’t control her bust size because she has a rare disease called giant breasts.
This means her breast tissue continues to multiply.
While Korina had a boob job Before they were diagnosed, they doubled in size.
Korina tells British porn star Tanya Tate about her Skinfluencer’s successful podcast: “Right now they’re getting to the point where it’s hard to get to the airport and travel and to be at a restaurant.
“They are getting so big […] people are pretty rude about it.
“It’s not a compliment when they’re this big because you get distracted when you’re getting ready to eat and everyone is giggling and talking.
“I call them circus breasts now. I just went on vacation to Mexico and I went to an adult resort and even the adults couldn’t even behave.
“People call from across the pool like ‘oh my god your t*t is so loud’ and it’s embarrassing.
“Plus, back problems will start to happen.”
The Canadian The model said she felt pressured to wear baggy clothes when going out.
Korina says she blames social media for making her question whether her body needed a change.
Although her implants are now covered with breast tissue, she is often asked by fans, who are unaware of her condition, if she will have further breast augmentation.
What is gigantomastia?
Gigantomastia, or breast enlargement, is a rare condition in which the breast tissue overgrows causing the sufferer to develop extremely large and disproportionate breasts.
The rate at which breasts grow can vary from more than a few weeks to several years, according to research. Cleveland Clinic.
It can occur during puberty, pregnancy, or due to medication.
In some cases, it happens spontaneously and without reason.
This condition is characterized by breasts with at least 5 pounds of breast tissue and/or excess breast tissue that makes up more than 3 percent of your total body weight.
The cause of gynecomastia is not entirely known, but researchers believe it can be influenced by a variety of factors including hormonal changes, such as pregnancy; medicines such as penicillamine and bucillamine; autoimmune conditions such as lupus or arthritis; extreme obesity or even genetics.
Gigantomastia can cause a number of problems, including:
- Neck and back pain.
- Inability to walk, run or exercise.
- Skin infection around the bra area.
- Pain in the breast.
- Breastfeeding (breastfeeding) problems.
- Itchy or inflamed skin.
There may also be emotional and social problems such as depression, anxiety, or poor body image.
“The upside of everything is that I am in that big-breast market and have a lot of fans in that category,” she said.
“The first time I had a breast lift, I thought it was the perfect size I’ve always wanted so I’m really sad that they’ve doubled now.
“But at the moment I am using it to my advantage because they are considered natural and they are also considered unnatural, so I enter both markets.”
Korina is currently working out her core and poses with a trainer so she can stay as healthy as possible.