In a heartbreaking revelation made online which has already gone viral on social media, a popular Instagram model, HaruHi MiWaKo who is known for her humongous breasts has described how she went from having big boobs to having super big boobs all within a 3-year period.
The lady who resides in Amsterdam, disclosed that her breast growth is caused by a condition known as (Juvenile) macromastia. She also talked about how she tried to visit the United States but was denied visa because she had her cell phone with her during the interview.
Read her emotional story below:
"Thank you for showing interest in me. Now let me tell you something about me. I am HaruHi MiWaKo (Himiwako) and am blessed by Mother Nature to look the way that I do. I enjoy life and I hope you do too! Gaming, anime, playing the violin and piano are amongst the favourite things I like to do. What I like doing most is making people smile, just by walking down the street, or by playing games with an audience.
"My breast growth started March 2013 and it has been growing in varying stages throughout the years. The condition is called (juvenile) macromastia or (juvenile) gigantomastia [both are the same condition just different names for it].
"It does not bother me that my boobs are this huge, they are healthy and that’s what matters. Back pain is something I do not suffer from, and I do wear custom bras, so shopping for lingerie is quite the challenge.
"I have one custom made bra. It was crazy expensive (€650). But its not really good it doesn't fit good actually. I wear my custom bra with another tight bra underneath to keep my breasts up.
"I have of course thought of breast reduction but I live by the creed "Everything for a reason". I will eventually have to reduce. I hope not for a while just praying they don't grow too rapidly.
"Yes I do have names for my boobs. Rightboob: Boob-Lee. Leftboob: Boobafina. Named them after Bruce Lee and other boob a character from "Adventure time"
"I hope you folks will follow me on my journey through life and I wish you get some insight in what it’s like to live with the genetic gifts that have been given to me."
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