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The nameless 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4 inch (6 cm) of deformed skin that ran along his member's shaft. Doctors said his penis problems were caused by a sheath (photo), a condom-like cover given to incontinent men

Married man, 30, is undergoing surgery for his & # 39; very ugly penis & # 39; to repair after an incontinence device had destroyed the meat and it seemed as if & # 39; someone had taken a few bites out & # 39;

  • The unnamed man sought help over his 2.4 cm distorted penis skin
  • Doctors said his problems were caused by not regularly changing his case
  • A urologist said the man's penis looked like someone had taken bites out of it & # 39;
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A man who complained that he had a & # 39; very ugly penis & # 39; had it finally repaired by surgeons after he got married.

The nameless 30-year-old from Jordan complained about the 2.4 cm (6 cm) of deformed skin running along the shaft of his penis.

Doctors said his embarrassing problem was caused by a sheath – a condom-like cover that is given to incontinent men to collect urine.

He left the device on for too long, interrupting blood flow and destroying the flesh, giving him a penis that looked like someone had taken a few bites out of it.

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The nameless 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4 inch (6 cm) of deformed skin that ran along his member's shaft. Doctors said his penis problems were caused by a sheath (photo), a condom-like cover given to incontinent men

The nameless 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4 inch (6 cm) of deformed skin that ran along his member's shaft. Doctors said his penis problems were caused by a sheath (photo) – a condom-like cover given to incontinent men

The horrible story was published in the magazine Urology Case Reports next to before and after photos of the man's penis.

The patient was treated at Abo Obaida Hospital near Irbid, a city close to the Jordan border with Syria and Israel.

He was originally given an 18-year-old sheath to treat his urinary incontinence. They are connected to drain bags that collect urine.

His incontinence, which prevented him from controlling his intestines, was a complication of myelitis, a condition that temporarily paralyzed him.

The man was able to move again after a year of intense physical therapy and received & # 39; full bowel control & # 39; back.

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However, he was still unable to cure his urinary incontinence, so doctors advised him to keep wearing the penile coat.

Doctors led by Abd Al-Hakeem Ali Abu AlSamen said that over time the man became seriously depressed and suffering financial difficulties.

The doctor wrote in the patient's report and said it forced the patient to & neglect & # 39; and not taking care of themselves.

Richard Viney, a urological surgeon in Birmingham, told MailOnline: & # 39; A sheath has a tight elastic ring at its base to prevent it from slipping.

& # 39; Because this is left on the penis for a long time, there is a risk of pressure necrosis, especially in patients with neurological problems who may have a compromised feeling. & # 39;

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As he discussed the man's penis in the case report, he said it & # 39; almost looks like someone has taken a few bites out of it, making it his & # 39; ugly & # 39; appearance has been & # 39 ;.

Dr. Viney explained that the death of the tissue caused by the sheath only affected the urethra and the mass of spongy tissue around it.

He told MailOnline: & The lesson is to not neglect anything that exerts long-term pressure on soft tissue.

& # 39; The damage you see here would be comparable to the damage that would occur to people who leave penis narrowing rings on their penis for too long. & # 39;

Surgeons removed the abnormal scar tissue and fitted the man with a catheter and used healthy skin on the back of his penis to correct the deformity.

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The catheter – a flexible tube that was used to collect urine in a drain bag – was removed after 14 days with a noticeable improvement.

The doctors wrote in the diary: & # 39; Casings need regular care and change. It can destroy the penis tissue if it is neglected. & # 39;

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