A man who lost the ability to have a penis because he suffered from an infection, has had his hystère valve replaced.
The 28-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, suffered from penile cancer and was referred to an urgent medical appointment by a doctor last year.
After undergoing a hysterella valve reconstruction procedure, the man was able to have his hysts removed.
“He has got a really nice smile and he’s a very, very happy, normal guy,” his sister-in-law, Lise, said.
Doctors removed part of the penis, which was now larger and more manageable.
Mr Breen, who is now 29, said the surgery was the biggest he had ever undergone.
He said his life had changed forever.
“[The valve replacement] is so exciting, and I’m really happy about it,” he said.
“The doctor has said it’s a huge difference, and it’s going to help so many people out there.”
The man said his surgery was a big step forward.
It was a little bit scary, but it’s really a good thing,” he added.
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