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The World’s First Penis Reduction Surgery Performed In Florida

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You would think that than no one in their right mind would want penis reduction surgery. In the world we live in, “the bigger the better” rule still applies, especially when it comes to penises. However, for one Florida teen, a huge penis is not something to be proud of.

The 17-year old teenager, who, of course, will remain anonymous, had enormous problems due to his unusually large penis. Before the surgery, his member was 7 inches long and had a circumference of 10 inches. To put things into perspective, this is about the size of a pickle jar!

The young man wanted to have penis reduction surgery because he was basically unable to have intercourse, he was having involuntary and painful erections, experienced difficulties in activities such as playing sports and, to make everything worse, his member was always showing through his clothes.

The surgeon who performed the reduction surgery said that this was basically an unprecedented procedure. He said that the reason behind this problem was the fact the boy suffers from sickle cell anemia. The abnormal blood cells gather inside the penis and blocked the blood vessels, causing swelling and involuntary, prolonged erections, which is something that happened three times to him since the boy was 10.

The surgeons cut through the penis following the circumcision line, unfolded the skin and extracted the swollen tissue.  The boy’s doctor says that the penis is still more than adequate in size but its shape is now “normal” – before the procedure it was basically shaped like a balloon.

The young man says he’s satisfied with the results and he’s looking forward to the positive changes that will come with his “new” penis.

 

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