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Man loses half his penis in botched surgery

Croatian artist Zeljku Nosicu
Croatian artist Zeljku Nosicu

Croatian artist Zeljku Nosicu, 57,went to the hospital for corrective surgery to remove diseased tissue from his penis that left it severely curved whenever it was erect.

However he is now claiming that surgeons botched the procedure and halved his tallywhacker after taking three inches off.

He says that when he woke up after the surgery in the Zagreb hospital, he was shocked and horried that his manhood had shrunk so dramatically leaving him feeling inadequate.

Yes, the surgeons had removed the diseased tissue and severe curvature in his penis, he acknowledged, but there was no way he was going to accept being half the man he used to be.

Mr Nosicu has now started legal action against the hospital.

Peyronie's Disease
Peyronie’s Disease

Mr Nosicu has the condition known as Peyronie’s Disease, which causes a build-up of plaque in the penis, that can make it curve up or sideways.

There is no known cause. In many cases it is caused by an injury that triggers bleeding inside the penis. In rare cases it can be genetic.

Bent Penis - Peyronie's Disease
Bent Penis – Peyronie’s Disease

Symptoms include lumps that are not visible except when the penis is erect, when the penis will likely bend in a different direction.

Corrective surgery - Peyronie's Disease
Corrective surgery – Peyronie’s Disease

There is also pain during sex for the man given the curvature and and the difficulty this poses for actual sexual action.

Usually, the disease will go away on its own, and the curve will disappear – experts suggest waiting one to two years before treatment. The treatment includes a course of pills to increase blood flow, injections to break down the lump or surgery when everything else fails.

Surgery comes with risks including inability to have an erection and shortening of the penis.

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