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    "A team of South African surgeons has performed the world's first successful penis transplant.
    The doctors said the patient has made a full recovery.
    (His penis had to be amputated after complications arose from a traditional circumcision)."



    Apparently he is fully functional in 'every way' , way ahead of anticipated recovery .



    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-31885361

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    well done smallhorn
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    "A team of South African surgeons claims they performed the world's first successful penis transplant.

    The nine-hour operation, led by Prof. André van der Merwe, head of the Division of Urology at Stellenbosch University, was performed on Dec. 11 at Tygerberg Hospital in Bellville, Cape Town, the university announced Friday.

    Initially, experts believed the 21-year-old patient would take two years to fully recover and function following the procedure. In fact, it took only four months.

    "Our goal was that he would be fully functional at two years and we are very surprised by his rapid recovery," van der Merwe said.

    "It's a massive breakthrough. We've proved that it can be done – we can give someone an organ that is just as good as the one that he had," added Prof. Frank Graewe, head of the Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery at SU. "It was a privilege to be part of this first successful penis transplant in the world."

    The patient lost his penis in a botched circumcision three years prior. "For a young man of 18 or 19 years, the loss of his penis can be deeply traumatic," said van der Merwe. "He doesn't necessarily have the psychological capability to process this."

    He added: "There is a greater need in South Africa for this type of procedure than elsewhere in the world, as many young men lose their penises every year due to complications from traditional circumcision."

    Experts estimate that as many as 250 amputations occur per year in the country, the university reports.

    The patient is "very happy and is not having any major side effects," said van der Merwe.

    The operation has been attempted once before, but this is the first time "a successful long-term result was achieved," according to the university. "
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    how bad a surgeon do you have to go to to end up cutting your cock off rather than just the foreskin, anyone else thinking of Dr Nick (Riviera) from the simpsons?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    "A team of South African surgeons has performed the world's first successful penis transplant.
    The doctors said the patient has made a full recovery.
    (His penis had to be amputated after complications arose from a traditional circumcision)."



    Apparently he is fully functional in 'every way' , way ahead of anticipated recovery .



    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-31885361

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    "A team of South African surgeons claims they performed the world's first successful penis transplant.

    The nine-hour operation, led by Prof. André van der Merwe, head of the Division of Urology at Stellenbosch University, was performed on Dec. 11 at Tygerberg Hospital in Bellville, Cape Town, the university announced Friday.

    Initially, experts believed the 21-year-old patient would take two years to fully recover and function following the procedure. In fact, it took only four months.

    "Our goal was that he would be fully functional at two years and we are very surprised by his rapid recovery," van der Merwe said.

    "It's a massive breakthrough. We've proved that it can be done – we can give someone an organ that is just as good as the one that he had," added Prof. Frank Graewe, head of the Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery at SU. "It was a privilege to be part of this first successful penis transplant in the world."

    The patient lost his penis in a botched circumcision three years prior. "For a young man of 18 or 19 years, the loss of his penis can be deeply traumatic," said van der Merwe. "He doesn't necessarily have the psychological capability to process this."

    He added: "There is a greater need in South Africa for this type of procedure than elsewhere in the world, as many young men lose their penises every year due to complications from traditional circumcision."

    Experts estimate that as many as 250 amputations occur per year in the country, the university reports.

    The patient is "very happy and is not having any major side effects," said van der Merwe.

    The operation has been attempted once before, but this is the first time "a successful long-term result was achieved," according to the university. "
    long long long ago didnt someone get their penis cut off by a woman and then she fu*ked it out the window only for another family member to get it, their Jack Russell and the poor jack nearly choked on it,
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    Quote Originally Posted by funlover12 View Post
    how bad a surgeon do you have to go to to end up cutting your cock off rather than just the foreskin, anyone else thinking of Dr Nick (Riviera) from the simpsons?

    He added: "There is a greater need in South Africa for this type of procedure than elsewhere in the world, as many
    young men lose their penises every year due to complications from traditional circumcision."



    "Traditional Circumcision" = Bushcraft performed by shamans etc. in unhygienic conditions in the bush .

    Rite of Passage ceremonies mostly : performed as part of boys transitioning into manhood rituals.

    In most tribes performed on post pubescent young men -- 14 , 16 , 18 year olds.

    No anesthesia , no analgesics , no antibiotics , no sterile field . And likely a rusty blade at best .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    He added: "There is a greater need in South Africa for this type of procedure than elsewhere in the world, as many
    young men lose their penises every year due to complications from traditional circumcision."



    "Traditional Circumcision" = Bushcraft performed by shamans etc. in unhygienic conditions in the bush .

    Rite of Passage ceremonies mostly : performed as part of boys transitioning into manhood rituals.

    In most tribes performed on post pubescent young men -- 14 , 16 , 18 year olds.

    No anesthesia , no analgesics , no antibiotics , no sterile field . And likely a rusty blade at best .

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    or a Machete, Stephanie,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    He added: "There is a greater need in South Africa for this type of procedure than elsewhere in the world, as many
    young men lose their penises every year due to complications from traditional circumcision."



    "Traditional Circumcision" = Bushcraft performed by shamans etc. in unhygienic conditions in the bush .

    Rite of Passage ceremonies mostly : performed as part of boys transitioning into manhood rituals.

    In most tribes performed on post pubescent young men -- 14 , 16 , 18 year olds.

    No anesthesia , no analgesics , no antibiotics , no sterile field . And likely a rusty blade at best .

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    looks like I was right about it being Dr Nick kinda fella

    I was only takin the piss, some things are stranger than fiction!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Young Banger View Post
    long long long ago didnt someone get their penis cut off by a woman and then she fu*ked it out the window only for another family member to get it, their Jack Russell and the poor jack nearly choked on it,
    There was Lorena Bobbitt in US many years ago , done the deed to her cheating husband while he slept :

    they reattached it and he became a porn 'star' .

    More recently a woman used scissors on straying hubby : they reattached it , then she chopped it off again and discarded it.



    But this case is different !

    It's not the person's own appendage being reattached , but rather : from a cadaver donor a penis is removed and

    attached to the afflicted young man.

    They have done this same surgery some years ago in China , but even though physically and physiologically it was a

    success , some psychological problems arose with the patient : a stranger's penis being part of their body -- > issues .
    I do what I want. I cannot do otherwise.

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