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Do not give up. I'm not able to see what you look like but just going on your sizes, yes, you can work. Commercial work is much more forgiving than high fashion work when dealing with measurements. If you want to do straight modeling, I would stay where you are size wise, especially if you're comfortable there. Once you start working more, if you need to become smaller, you'll know.
It may also be time to change agents. Sometimes the agent relationship falls into a rut and there's nothing you can do besides part ways and find new representation. The a newness to the next relationship may give you the extra boost you need to start working again.
Another solution could be to reach out to people you've worked and connected with. Just make sure if any modeling work comes from your reaching out you take it to the appropriate agent to handle the business.
Best of luck. Keep me updated on your progress. This is a stumbling area that many models fall into.
Those are just some of the events that I was involved with. The biggest day and the hardest was Thursday – Callbacks!