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Man’s penis rots after he injected ‘VASELINE’ to try and make his penis bigger

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 Man's penis rots after he injected 'VASELINE' to try and make his penis bigger

A man’s penis decayed after he infused it with oil jam to attempt to make his part greater, specialists have uncovered.

The anonymous man, from the South Pacific islands, visited A&E feeling unwell and experiencing irritation on his penis for five days.

He infused himself with oil jam – the primary fixing in Vaseline – two years back after his PCPs tested him on his sexual conduct.

The penile shaft was ‘terribly twisted’ because of gangrene, with spoiling fragile living creature and development of discharge.

The man was hurried into crisis medical procedure and persevered through two additional tasks to spare the remaining parts of his privates.

After various skin unites, the 45-year-old had the option to return home a month later.

Dr. Amer Amin, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, published the tale in the journal Urology Case Reports.

He recalled treating an ‘unwell looking man’, who was feeling weak and suffering fevers when he sought help.

Upon examination, doctors found his penis was tender, had a severe build-up of fluids, and patches of visible rotting flesh.

He was diagnosed with Fournier’s gangrene, a life-threatening and rapidly progressing ‘flesh-eating bug’ of the genitals.

Surgeons removed the rotting tissue and drained the pus-filled pockets in emergency surgery.

They also found ‘a large amount of petroleum jelly’ in the penile shaft – although the man denies using it since the first encounter two years ago.

He was taken to intensive care to recover ahead of further surgery.

In total, he needed three operations to remove all of the dead skin, mostly involving the scrotum.

By his 10th day in the hospital, he was beginning to feel better, with his fevers subsiding and blood stabilizing.

Plastic surgeons were then able to step in, performing ‘multiple skin grafts’ on his penis and scrotum before he returned home a month later.

Dr. Amin said: ‘Penile self-injections are performed in order to attempt to increase the penile size and have been reported to cause latent pain, ulceration, and Fournier’s gangrene.

‘Common materials used for penile augmentation that has been described in the literature are mineral oil, petroleum jelly, nandrolone decanoate [androgen and anabolic steroids] and waxes.’

He added: ‘The most likely reason for the development of Fournier’s in this patient would be related to having a foreign material…. which has secondarily become infected after the integrity of the skin barrier was breached after itching at the area.’

Dr Amin said the patient reported the practice was fairly common where he lived.

In medical literature, experts revealed a group of Thai men who suffered complications after using the bizarre practice.

Around 36 months after the initial injection, they suffered from pain, swelling, and ulceration.

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