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African with world biggest manhood undergoes surgery to be able to have s*x (Photos)

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

A man with a mystery medical condition that caused him to have the world’s biggest testicles has had reconstructive surgery – thanks to a Facebook post.

Forence Owiti Opiyo, 21, from Kibigori, Kenya, saw his private parts swell to ten times the average size – but doctors are baffled as to why.

Said to have been triggered by a cyst when he was 10, the bizarre condition made it impossible for him to wear clothes, walk easily and forced him to live like a recluse.

Surgery was made possible after a neighbour shared a picture of Forence’s testicles, which appears to have engulfed his man-hood, on their Facebook page.

The kind-hearted plea triggered an outcry of people wanting to help him, finally allowing for him to have surgery to re-shape his private parts and craft him a man-hood.

After being examined, surgeons scheduled two operations; the first to debulk the man-hood and get rid of the excess testicle mass. The second was to reconstruct his man-hood and fashion it into a more usual shape and size, local reports suggest.

The team behind the procedure believe he will now live normally and will be able to have s*x and even children at some point.

Forence said: ‘This thing started very small, like a boil. Then it was the size of my fist. It just continued to grow bigger and bigger.

‘I would really love to have children one day, that is what I desire. I would like to give thanks to God for healing me.’

When did it begin?

Forence Owiti Opiyo first noticed a cyst on his private parts in 2006.

An initial procedure removed the growth in 2007 but the problem re-emerged years later.

Thankfully for Forence, the surgery at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital was a success.

Dr James Obondi, consultant surgeon, said: ‘We spared the nerves, we spared the circulation and we brought the shaft to its rightful size.

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