Houston Woman Undergoes Surgery To Save Herself From Her 36 NNN Bust.

Sup Travellers?! Most women long for bigger breasts but not Kerisha Mark. The 40-year-old Texan woman actually underwent surgery back in October to reduce her 36 NNN bust to a safe and healthy double-D cup.

"I could not run or jump or work out at all,' she told the Washington Post. "I was very limited in a lot of things I could do."

Her breasts were so big that she had to hold them in place with duct tape. The weight of each breast — about 15 pounds — even caused immense pain across her neck and chest.

But what caused her to breasts to balloon to 36 NNN in the first place? Well, according to the Washington Post, Mark has gigantomastia, a rare condition in which breasts exceed 3% of a person's body weight, leading to pain and skin stretching.

On her 40th birthday she finally decided to get surgery to reduce her bust. The surgery was performed by plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose who said that he had never seen bigger breasts in his 35 years of surgery. They hung down to her hips, he said.

"I don't know if I would use this word 'shocking', but it was certainly startling to see breasts of that magnitude," he said.

Post-surgery, Mark said she "mourned the death" of her breasts but was excited to start living life a little easier.

"My first thing on the agenda is to purchase a beautiful bra and second is to buy a strapless dress," she said.

It's always nice to see a woman with a nice big healthy pair of knockers but, like everything in life, too much of anything can be bad. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.