A man born without a penis successfully concealed his specialty from partners
Andrew Wardle (Andrew Wardle) was born with a rare malformation – his bladder was located not inside the body, but outside. Immediately after birth, the doctors performed an operation that resolved this problem, but the penis, whose development during embryonic development was also violated, could not be restored.
A man who is now over 40, said that throughout his life he managed to hide his feature from numerous partners – none of them had any idea that something was wrong with him. Explaining how he did it, Wardle explained that for this he had to become an expert in weasels – he brought women to orgasm so skillfully that vaginal sex was simply not needed. In addition, he took banned drugs – ecstasy , amphetamines and LSD – it was their reception that he explained his “failures” in bed.
Andrew’s current friend, 28-year-old Phaedra was not aware of the specifics of her partner. For three years, he told her that a microchip was installed in his kidney, which is necessary to fight infections – the truth the girl learned only when the man agreed to give an interview to one of the entertainment channels.
After that, Andrew announced that he was preparing for a serious operation to reconstruct the penis . To create it, doctors were going to take muscle tissue from his wrist, and recovery after such an operation would take about two years.
Phaedra, who had previously stated that her relationship with Andrew was threatened, said afterward that she no longer thought of parting and was ready to be next to her partner further.
The operation cost Vardla 50 thousand pounds sterling – he was made a penis, using the skin, nerves and muscles, taken from the hand. In addition, the body is equipped with a hand pump, which is needed to provide an erection. According to doctors and the reconstruction, and subsequent rehabilitation have been successful – now the man is ready to finally lose his effectiveness and the first time to engage in vaginal sex.