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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Thanks to "Artificial Penis", this man get an erection without fantasy

A 43-year-old man who lost his genitals
to a chilldhood accident has been fitted
with a bionic penis that can mimic the 
function of the real organ. It may also
help with erection, which would make 
penetration during sex possible.
(Picture from: http://bit.ly/1PV2usg)
Finally after 37 years of living without a penis, a British man named Mohammed Abad can smiled happily after the doctors successfully installing an artificial penis against him.

He was lost his penis when the accident at the age of six years. He dragged as far as 180 meters. His penis was destroyed, was also one of the testes.

Three years ago, a team of doctors from the University College London set out to make the artificial penis to Abad. They grow a penis skin of the skin tissue on his chest.

Then, the doctors made a tube similar device and connected to the container containing a fluid and the activator button. The device was covered with skin that has been developed and implanted to him.

Inflation elation ... how Abad's 
new member will spring into action.  
(Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Jrwlrd)
If many men should stimulate the penis so that erection before intercourse, but not to Abad. He simply press a button if he will use his 20 cm inflatable penis. "When you are going to use, push the button. When finished using, push the button once again. The doctor has told me to keep practicing," he said as quoted by Science Alert on Wednesday, August 26, 2015.

Artificial penis that does not respond to sexual stimulation from a partner. However, the penis can still help Abad depositing sperm to his partner so that she can have a child.

A number of foreign media call the penis planted to Abad is a bionic penis. However, Elizabeth Kavaler, a urologist from Lenox Hill Hospital in New York said, "That's not a bionic penis. It is a penis implant. We've often do penile implants, but the difference, penile implants in the Abad's case was more complex because his penis is damaged."

Penile implants are very common in the United States. Approximately 53,000 people do so because of impotence due to trauma or surgery of the prostate. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SCIENCEALERT]
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