Full Story:A British man who experienced difficulties urinating underwent surgery that left him with an “extremely buried penis” – worsening his condition and preventing him from having sex with his wife, according to a report.
The man had been initially told that he would undergo a “dorsal slit” — a single incision along the upper length of the foreskin — for his urinary problem, but when he was wheeled into surgery at Furness General Hospital, Dr. Kavinder Madhra told him he would perform a full circumcision, according to The Mail.
But during the October 2012 surgery, when he was 54, too much skin was removed and he was left with an “extremely buried penis,” a condition that “took his manhood away,” almost caused his marriage to break down and left him suicidal.
The unidentified man also was left unable to direct the flow of urine and has to press a bucket against himself when going to the toilet, according to the news outlet.
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