A man who previously had an eight-inch bionic penis fitted, has undergone another operation to make it smaller after losing his virginity and finding sex too painful.
Mohammad Abad, from Edinburgh, underwent a £70,000 operation in 2012 to be fitted with a bionic penis after losing his penis and testicle when he was run over by a car at age six.
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Earlier this year, the 44-year-old had lost his virginity to sex worker Charlotte Rose. However, he has now gone under the knife once again to slim down his manhood after discovering it was too large, making sex painful.
Last week, Abad had his 121st operation at University College London to alter the penis where doctors also harvested sperm from his remaining testicle so that he could one day fulfill his dream of becoming a father.
“I can't wait to try it out,' he told The Sun. I'm looking forward to "getting the poetry in motion".
Four years ago, Abad had a life-changing operation to create his penis which doctors had constructed using the skin from his forearm. However, it was fully made functional in July 2015 following another surgery.
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The 44-year-old security guard can now operate his penis by pushing a button on his testicles to inflate and another one to deflate.
Before undergoing surgeries, Abad had previously been married but had kept his condition secret from his wife until his wedding night. However, the relationship came to end after three years as Abad could not consummate the marriage.
Following his latest operation, Abad said he had found he was popular with other men on his hospital ward, who were curious to see his bionic penis.
“I was on a male ward with three other guys and they were asking me loads of questions. I was quite happy to show them my bionic penis - they were like ‘wow’," he said.
This article originally appeared on Daily Mail
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