Man Has Surgery To Increase Penis Size, Dies on the Table

Most people don’t know this, but having surgery to increase the size of a man’s penis is a very dangerous operation.  That’s why Michelle Obama decided to make due with what she has.  A man recently underwent the operation, which uses your own fat injected into the package to increase length and width.  In his particular case, doctors recommended he not have the procedure but he decided it was worth the risk.  It wasn’t.

 A healthy, 30-year-old man in Stockholm wanted to increase both the girth and length of his genitals using a process where fat is transferred from his belly to his penis. The man was one of 8,4000 people worldwide who seek to enhance their girth every year (statistics were not available on length since they are often done at the same time, like in this case, even though many doctors recommend against it).

A description of the case in the Journal of Forensic Sciences explained that surgeons had finished the elongation portion of the surgery and were in the enlargement part, which involved injecting the patient with two fluid ounces of his own fat cells, when things went wrong.

The fat leaked into his veins and traveled to his lungs, which resulted in a lung embolism, rupturing his blood vessels. The patient, who was found to have no prior heart conditions, ended up having a heart attack on the operating table. Despite attempts from doctors to perform CPR, the man passed away two hours later.

Urologist Tobias Kohler, of the Mayo Clinic, who was not involved in this study, told BuzzFeed News that among the reasons surgeons advise against the “completely useless” surgery, is because it “never works” and because of “other horrible consequences, from disfigurement to permanent erectile dysfunction to even worse.”

A 2017 scientific review in Translational Andrology and Urology showed that “the majority of men seeking penile elongation treatment have a normal penile size, which is functionally adequate.” Instead, it is suggested that most patients seeking this elective surgery suffer from body dysmorphic disorder and cannot accurately see their bodies.

H/T Men’s Health

Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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