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Andrew Wardle, 44, who was born without a penis, is finally preparing to have sex for the first time with his longtime girlfriend Fedra Fabian, pictured, after having had a bionic virility after years of pioneering surgery

A man born without a penis has lost his virginity at the age of 45 thanks to a bionic virility made of his own skin.

Andrew Wardle, from Manchester, had a £ 50,000 penile implant operation at the University College Hospital in London in June, but had to wait six weeks before he could have sex for the first time.

After activating a button in his groin to pump his "ridiculously large" new penis, he lost his virginity with his six-year-old girlfriend Fedra Fabian as they prepared for a romantic getaway to Amsterdam.

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Andrew Wardle, 44, who was born without a penis, is finally preparing to have sex for the first time with his longtime girlfriend Fedra Fabian, pictured, after having had a bionic virility after years of pioneering surgery

Andrew Wardle, 44, who was born without a penis, is finally preparing to have sex for the first time with his longtime girlfriend Fedra Fabian, pictured, after having had a bionic virility after years of pioneering surgery

A diagram shows how Andrew's bionic penis is extracted from the skin of his forearm and a vein from his leg. Then it is rolled into the shape of a manhood and attached. Inside the penis there is a penis implant that pumps saline fluid into the cylinder, causing the penis to rise to have sex.

A diagram shows how Andrew's bionic penis is extracted from the skin of his forearm and a vein from his leg. Then it is rolled into the shape of a manhood and attached. Inside the penis there is a penis implant that pumps saline fluid into the cylinder, causing the penis to rise to have sex.

A diagram shows how Andrew's bionic penis is extracted from the skin of his forearm and a vein from his leg. Then it is rolled into the shape of a manhood and attached. Inside the penis there is a penis implant that pumps saline fluid into the cylinder, causing the penis to rise to have sex.

"Two days before we left, it just happened," he told The Sun. It was cute and natural, and that's how I wanted it to be.

He said that sex lasted about half an hour and he felt "fantastic". Speaking of his new manhood, he added: "I'm so happy with that."

Fedra, aged twenty-eight, from Hungary, said that sex was "incredible" and that Andrew's penis looks normal despite being inflated with saline fluid to make it erect.

She added: "It's fantastic, there's no need to worry about viagra or getting old." He can also do it when he's drunk!

The bionic penis is completely prepared for Andrew's testicles, which means that it is possible for the couple to have children.

The provider, who was born with a condition called bladder exstrophy, said he will take a fertility test to see if he can conceive and what he will adopt if he can not.

Andrew, photographed at the hospital, successfully underwent the final stage of a £ 50,000 penile implant operation at the University Hospital in London on Friday and has been given permission to lose his virginity at the age of 44. .

Andrew, photographed at the hospital, successfully underwent the final stage of a £ 50,000 penile implant operation at the University Hospital in London on Friday and has been given permission to lose his virginity at the age of 44. .

Andrew, photographed at the hospital, successfully underwent the final stage of a £ 50,000 penile implant operation at the University Hospital in London on Friday and has been given permission to lose his virginity at the age of 44. .

In a remarkable operation, the doctors built their new penis of skin, muscles and nerves in Andrew's left arm, pictured, and a vein in his leg

In a remarkable operation, the doctors built their new penis of skin, muscles and nerves in Andrew's left arm, pictured, and a vein in his leg

In the final stage of his penis implant surgery of £ 50,000, he was given a pump that will give him an erection at the touch of a button (in the image)

In the final stage of his penis implant surgery of £ 50,000, he was given a pump that will give him an erection at the touch of a button (in the image)

In a remarkable operation, doctors built his new penis of skin, muscles and nerves in Andrew's left arm, to the left, and a vein in his leg. In the final stage of his penis implant surgery of £ 50,000, he was given a pump that will give him an erection at the push of a button, to the right

After the operation in June, Andrew told MailOnline: "I am very excited to be able to move forward now. But I think having sex for the first time is more important to everyone else than to me.

"I spent 44 years without a penis and I managed not to have sex all the time, it will take me a while to get into the swing of things.

– Of course, I'm looking forward to it. But, for me, it is not the all-and-all-the-everything. It is a by-product of the operation. It will allow me to feel part of society.

He continued: "I feel good because they have given me painkillers, but I'm sure I'll feel a little sore later on. I feel different I am very aware that there is something robotics inside me, but now it feels part of me. I am very aware that I am half a human robot at this time. I'm like the bionic man. I can even act if I'm drunk.

Andrew, pictured when he was a school kid, was born with bladder exstrophy, a rare defect that means that the organ formed outside his body, a condition of one in 20 million that leaves him without a penis.

Andrew, pictured when he was a school kid, was born with bladder exstrophy, a rare defect that means that the organ formed outside his body, a condition of one in 20 million that leaves him without a penis.

Andrew, pictured when he was a school kid, was born with bladder exstrophy, a rare defect that means that the organ formed outside his body, a condition of one in 20 million that leaves him without a penis.

As a child, Andrew underwent a surgical procedure to create an artificial opening known as a stoma in his urinary system. He had innumerable operations to build a tube of his bladder, so he could pass the water normally and had kidney problems

As a child, Andrew underwent a surgical procedure to create an artificial opening known as a stoma in his urinary system. He had innumerable operations to build a tube of his bladder, so he could pass the water normally and had kidney problems

As a child, Andrew underwent a surgical procedure to create an artificial opening known as a stoma in his urinary system. He had innumerable operations to build a tube of his bladder, so he could pass the water normally and had kidney problems

His strange birth defect led Andrew, pictured with his girlfriend Fedra, to attempt suicide, but in 2012 he received hope after being referred to Dan Wood, a urologist consultant at UCLH in London.

His strange birth defect led Andrew, pictured with his girlfriend Fedra, to attempt suicide, but in 2012 he received hope after being referred to Dan Wood, a urologist consultant at UCLH in London.

His strange birth defect led Andrew, pictured with his girlfriend Fedra, to attempt suicide, but in 2012 he received hope after being referred to Dan Wood, a urologist consultant at UCLH in London.

Andrew, from Manchester, was born with bladder exstrophy, a rare congenital defect that means that the organ formed on the outside of his body. Although he has only one testicle, the condition of one in 20 million means that Andrew was born without a penis.

As a child, he underwent a surgical procedure to create an artificial opening known as a stoma in his urinary system. He had innumerable operations to build a tube from his bladder, so he could pass the water normally and had kidney problems.

His rare congenital defect led Andrew to attempt suicide, but in 2012 he was given hope after being referred to Dan Wood, a consulting urologist at UCLH in London.

He said: "My GP knew about my depression and suicide attempts." She told me: "You can not live like that."

Speaking to MailOnline, Andrew said: "My GP knew about my depression and suicide attempts and told me, 'You can not live like that.'

Speaking to MailOnline, Andrew said: "My GP knew about my depression and suicide attempts and told me, 'You can not live like that.'

Speaking to MailOnline, Andrew said: "My GP knew about my depression and suicide attempts and told me, 'You can not live like that.'

"I thought: I've heard all this before, but he actually got in touch with Mr. Wood and said," I have a guy who wants to meet you. "

"I went to London and I was so pale that I had to sleep in the streets, but it was worth it.

"Until then everyone had said:" I can not do anything. "But he said:" I can build a new bladder and my friend can build a penis. "

"It took me the whole trip home to understand what I wanted to say, I thought:" I've been to every hospital in the country and they've never said it before. "

Andrew had his first operation to remove his urostomy bag, his urine had been diverted to a specially developed stoma, in February 2014.

Now he has a Mitrofanoff, or catheter, to be able to go to the bathroom. "I think that saved my life more than my penis," he said.

"The urostomy was the worst." I did not feel human, but I thought I was stuck with that.

& # 39; Now I have freedom. I will never stir for the bathroom again. I find it better than a normal bladder.

However, his new bladder caused complications. "The whole procedure was supposed to take two years," he said, "but in the end it was five years."

"They found a small puncture in my abdomen, which slowed things down, which could have been infected.

"It caused a great delay, but there was nothing I could do about it because there was nowhere else to go.

"They considered operating, but it would have meant working on the work they had already done, so in the end they decided to avoid it."

After his last stage of surgery, Andrew hopes to finally lose his virginity with his girlfriend Fedra, who has supported him affectionately during the four years of operations.

Andrew, in the hospital with Fedra, with his hand, hopes to begin the next chapter of his life with her, but added: "I am very excited to be able to move forward now." But I think having sex for the first time is more important to everyone than to me. "

Andrew, in the hospital with Fedra, with his hand, hopes to begin the next chapter of his life with her, but added: "I am very excited to be able to move forward now." But I think having sex for the first time is more important to everyone than to me. "

Andrew, in the hospital with Fedra, with his hand, hopes to begin the next chapter of his life with her, but added: "I am very excited to be able to move forward now." But I think having sex for the first time is more important to everyone than to me. "

Fedra and Andrew, in the photo before their final operation, will have to wait six weeks before they can have sex for the first time. On Friday, Andrew had a pump installed on his penis and will have an erection for the next ten days before his implant deflates.

Fedra and Andrew, in the photo before their final operation, will have to wait six weeks before they can have sex for the first time. On Friday, Andrew had a pump installed on his penis and will have an erection for the next ten days before his implant deflates.

Fedra and Andrew, in the photo before their final operation, will have to wait six weeks before they can have sex for the first time. On Friday, Andrew had a pump installed on his penis and will have an erection for the next ten days before his implant deflates.

Meanwhile, Wood referred Andrew to see his colleague David Ralph, a urologist colleague and specialist in genital reconstruction.

Andrew and his surgeon decided on the size of his appendix. "They control your arm," Andrew explained. "I had a healthy forearm, so I got a good size penis."

Then, in November 2015, Dr. Ralph operated on Andrew, building the penis of the skin, muscles and nerves of his left arm and the vein of his right leg.

"No one told me until later," he laughed. "I had bars all over my body when I woke up.

"They took all my arm muscle and gave me a stretch, the skin of my arm came out of my backside.

"The skin feels tight, but I have sensation and everything now". It's amazing. The scars do not bother me, but I'm going to tattoo it.

"Otherwise, I'll have to cover it when I go to Tesco. I do not want people to approach me and ask me about it. It's too strange a conversation.

"Originally I was going to rush into that, but then I thought: It's something so special that has happened to me, I want to think."

After a three-year delay, while the doctors debated what to do with the puncture in the side, Andrew had his third operation last December.

Andrew says that although he is "willing" to make love with his girlfriend Fedra, 28, in the photo, it is not "the all-and-all-everything." He said he just wants to "fit" with society

Andrew says that although he is "willing" to make love with his girlfriend Fedra, 28, in the photo, it is not "the all-and-all-everything." He said he just wants to "fit" with society

Andrew says that although he is "willing" to make love with his girlfriend Fedra, 28, in the photo, it is not "the all-and-all-everything." He said he just wants to "fit" with society

Mr. Ralph inserted the reservoir component of his penile implant on the left side of his abdomen and covered it ready to be connected.

He and his team also sculpted the head of his penis.

Then, at noon on Friday, he returned to the operating table for two hours to complete his phalloplasty.

The final decision was whether to insert one or two tubes into his penis. "I decided that one was fine for me," he joked. "I'm not a porn star."

Andrew said that a surgeon in the United States told him that he probably had the most expensive appendix in the world. "Normally, this surgery only requires three operations, but that does not take into account the other operations I've had," he said.

"I was talking to a surgeon in the United States and he told me that it would easily be worth a million dollars, the most expensive penis in the world."

& # 39; Bionic man & # 39; He says that being born without a penis took him to the edge of suicide before he finally found happiness

Andrew, pictured when he was a schoolboy, was tormented while growing without a penis

Andrew, pictured when he was a schoolboy, was tormented while growing without a penis

Andrew, pictured when he was a schoolboy, was tormented while growing without a penis

The bionic man Andrew Wardle admitted last night that he had tried to end his life twice after feeling alienated from society.

Andrew revealed that he had always felt like a stranger after being born with the congenital disease vesicle extrophia, literally flipped over.

He felt abandoned by his biological mother, who made him adopt, and rejected by his biological parents for not being normal.

In school, it did not fit because his life was consumed by appointments in the hospital, instead of the dates of play and homework.

After leaving, he resorted to drugs, hiding his disability from dozens of girlfriends, because he was too bad to have sex.

It was only after he had an epiphany in Thailand, after quitting drugs and meeting his current girlfriend, Fedra Fabian, that he changed his life.

Now she plans to lose her virginity on vacation with Fedra, with whom she lives in Manchester.

& # 39; I had a lot of pain growing up. I went through many operations and I knew there was something wrong, "he said.

"I remember hearing a nurse talking to a doctor who said:" It's a shame, he's such a handsome boy. "

"But it was only when I was a teenager that I realized it was going to be a real problem in the future."

"I tried to end my life twice, I turned to drugs, I turned to crime, I turned on myself.

& # 39; I had really dark years. Only when I found this hospital at the age of 39, my life began to change. "

Born in 1973, at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport, Cheshire, the son of a single mother, Andrew was so sick that doctors thought he would not survive.

In addition to the bladder exstrophy, Andrew had epispadias, which means that his bladder was not well formed and that his hips were not completely joined.

Unable to cope, his mother put him up for adoption, but he took 18 years of foster care before being adopted.

Andrew, on the extreme left, said that during his time at school, he knew that he was different from the other children and cried until he fell asleep. "My friends at school did not know what was wrong, but they knew that I was different because I always had bandages on me," she said.

Andrew, on the extreme left, said that during his time at school, he knew that he was different from the other children and cried until he fell asleep. "My friends at school did not know what was wrong, but they knew that I was different because I always had bandages on me," she said.

Andrew, on the extreme left, said that during his time at school, he knew that he was different from the other children and cried until he fell asleep. "My friends at school did not know what was wrong, but they knew that I was different because I always had bandages on me," she said.

He spent his childhood in and out of the hospital, although the surgeons managed to move his bladder inside his body, he was small and was prone to infection.

"All my life was operation after the operation after the operation," he grimaced. "The problem with my condition is that you look good.

"But as soon as it operates on someone's bladder, the risk of infection increases.

"My friends at school did not know what was wrong, but they knew that I was different because I always had bandages on me.

Andrew said he became "very skilled" in the locker room of the school to help hide his condition

Andrew said he became "very skilled" in the locker room of the school to help hide his condition

Andrew said he became "very skilled" in the locker room of the school to help hide his condition

"I was very clever in the locker room, I was a genius to change, like a burlesque dancer."

However, when he reached puberty, he realized that he was different from his peers.

"I started to get depressed," he said. "I hid it through comedy, laughing, playing, like a typical schoolboy.

"It was a difficult period to grow." It was the era of Benny Hill, the comedian, and every joke was sexualized.

& # 39; I started having very dark days and I cried myself to sleep. I saw a psychologist, but he started talking about dark clouds and he took my life.

"I was in a big problem, I could not see the light, everyone around me was planning to get a job, get married and have children, and I did not see a future.

"I had a real panic, I thought, what am I going to do after I leave school? I could not see past the day I left school."

Desperate, Andrew took an overdose of Paracetamol and ended up in the hospital but, even then, he felt that nobody cared.

"I think people saw it as a cry for help, but it was not," he said. & # 39; I did not feel bad for myself. I just wanted to end my life.

"I ended up in the hospital, they kept me locked up for a while and then they sent me home, and again, it was just brushed under the carpet."

After leaving school at the age of 15 years without any qualifications, he retired from exams, Andrew got jobs without a future in a butcher and a slaughterhouse.

He resorted to drugs to numb his pain, taking advantage of the delirium culture in Manchester.

In an attempt to escape, he moved to Minehead, in Devon, to work in Butlin's, but discovered that drugs were available in the holiday camp.

"I used to take a lot of drugs: ecstasy, LSD, cocaine," he admitted. "You could really merge as it was in the early 1990s, the days of acid house music.

"I used to take so many drugs that they called me the Chemical Brother, I did not care what I was doing to myself.

Before Andrew left school, he said he started having panic attacks. He could see all his friends planning to settle down and have children, but that would not be possible for him. Andrew said he resorted to drugs to numb the pain

Before Andrew left school, he said he started having panic attacks. He could see all his friends planning to settle down and have children, but that would not be possible for him. Andrew said he resorted to drugs to numb the pain

Before Andrew left school, he said he started having panic attacks. He could see all his friends planning to settle down and have children, but that would not be possible for him. Andrew said he resorted to drugs to numb the pain

Perhaps due to his lack of availability, Andrew became a magnet for girls.

But they were only a front to hide his disability: he never had sexual relations with them, and they presented a series of excuses for not being able to act.

"I was never single," he said. "But I never slept with them." For someone else it must sound crazy, but for me it was completely normal.

"He found the woman very attractive because I did not go to an apparition night, they loved him, they thought he was a gentleman.

"But once I had a relationship, I had to make excuses not to sleep with them, like staying up late watching a movie.

"I would even end up in a fight with them in bed, I once told a woman that I was Muslim because I had nothing left.

& # 39; She said: & # 39; But I've seen you drink & # 39 ;, and I said: & # 39; Free of alcohol & # 39; My biggest excuse was to be too drugged.

"I'd rather have a woman leave me because I was beside myself with drugs than for the real reason."

If the relationship lasted, it would eventually become clear: some women understood it; others took it badly.

"Once they punched me in the face," he recalled. "I thought it was a little hard, but she asked me to forgive her.

Then he said: & # 39; I'll have a talk with my mother and see what my mother says about it & # 39;.

& # 39; And I thought: & # 39; Well, she's going to say, listen if you love someone, it's really worth fighting for it.

"I was really naive." His mother really said, "Get rid of him right away." I could not believe it.

& # 39; The moment was always really difficult. You can not approach someone and say: "My name is Andrew and I have no will." People would think I was crazy.

– Then, you will always lead someone. There is never an adequate time. It does not matter what others say. It will always come badly.

"The longer you leave it, the harder it will be, but if you say it at the beginning you look mental."

Little by little, Andrew's life lost control. In 2007, at the age of 34, he left Butlin & # 39; s and engaged in casual work in fast food outlets in the coastal town of Skegness, Lincolnshire.

At Christmas 2011 he made his second suicide attempt. "I was probably the most depressed I've been in Skegness," he said.

Ironically, Andrew was rarely single and was popular with women because he did not pressure them to have sex. They thought he was the perfect gentleman. He always made excuses about why he could not have sex, usually, that he was too drunk to act

Ironically, Andrew was rarely single and was popular with women because he did not pressure them to have sex. They thought he was the perfect gentleman. He always made excuses about why he could not have sex, usually, that he was too drunk to act

Ironically, Andrew was rarely single and was popular with women because he did not pressure them to have sex. They thought he was the perfect gentleman. He always made excuses about why he could not have sex, usually, that he was too drunk to act

"I've never been so depressed in my life, I think I had a complete collapse, I broke up with another woman and I realized I was in a spiral.

"It was Christmas time and I somehow ended up in Scotland, taking a lot of pills in a hotel room.

"I should have made a phone call to someone, I do not remember who, and they called the police." They traced the telephone box number.

"Suddenly I heard a knock on the door and a voice said:" It's the police. Can you open the door? "

Then, I went into panic mode and I took a knife from the side of my bed. God knows where he came from.

& # 39; The police was lovely. They said: "Listen, do not do anything with the knife." They were afraid that I would stab myself through the heart. "

His epiphany finally arrived in early 2012 when he flew to Thailand for a change of scenery.

"I realized that I could not live like that, so I decided to go to a place where I had no memories," she explained.

"I needed an electric shock to get back to life again, I ended up flying to Bangkok and taking a small bus to Pattaya.

If the relationship lasted, Andrew said he would eventually make himself known: some women understood him; others took it badly. A woman punched him in the face. But Andrew said there was never a good time to tell a girlfriend the truth

"For the first few days I thought: & # 39; Did I make a mistake by coming here? What have I done? & # 39;

"And one day I was walking on the beach and I saw an old woman in a hammock.

"She obviously had no home, but she was chatting and was friendly, and I realized that if she can be happy and have a life when she is homeless, then surely she will."

"I left my anger and depression in Thailand and was a completely different person when I got home."

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