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Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Man Born Without a Penis Gets a Penis Surgery Done From the Skin in his Arm and Makes Love for the FIRST TIME

A man who was born without a penis has been able to have sex for the first time ever, at the age of 45 - thanks to his new £50,000 bionic manhood.

After living as a virgin for all his life, Andrew who lives in Greater Manchester, had the final part of his penile implant fitted at London's University Hospital.
Andrew Wardle went through a painful ten-hour operation to be given the new device which was created using skin from his arm.
Now he has finally been able to do the deed with his girlfriend Fedra Fabian, using a button to pump it up, and is delighted with the result.
After having sex for the first time — in a 30-minute session — Andrew also hopes to become a dad one day.
He told The Sun : “It’s fantastic. After all Fedra and I have been through, it’s the cherry on the cake.”
Following his surgery, Andrew had to walk around with an erection for 10 days - and faced another six weeks until he could put it into action with girlfriend Fedra, 28.
Now Andrew, who uses a button in his groin to inflate the organ with saline fluid through a valve in his scrotum, told The Sun he was delighted with his“ridiculously big” new penis.
He added: “Fedra had booked a romantic trip to Am­s­t­erdam for my birthday, but I felt that would have been too much pressure.
“I had to test out the function every morning and night and leave it erect for 20 minutes. So one morning, two days before we went away, it just happened. It was nice and natural — and that’s how I wanted it to be."
As well as experiencing pleasurable feelings, the organ is connected into his testicles which means there is a possibility of him having children.
Andrew was born with bladder exstrophy, a rare birth defect that means the organ, that usually sits inside the pelvis, is exposed.
Although he has testicles, the condition means he has no penis. Andrew has undergone a string of operations over the last four years to build his appendage.
While bladder exstrophy typically affects one in every 40,000 births, Andrew said rare complications with his case only happens to one in around 20 million.
Having spent most of his life doing everything possible to hide his condition, Andrew eventually decided he "couldn’t keep living a lie" so told the world about his plight, including making an appearance on This Morning.


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