By Paddy Dinham For Mailonline. For most men having a large penis is generally considered a blessing - but for this poor Kenyan man it is a heartbreaking curse that has left him unable to have sex. Sorence Owiti Opiyo's member is ten times that of the average male's, equating to roughly the same size as a baby. The year-old has endured a life of tragedy, being taken in by his grandmother when both his parents died when he was aged just five.
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Having a sizeable man-hood is often seen as an added advantage. Here are some of the struggles they have to deal with: Difficulty in sitting: Due to the long member, they have to very limited sitting positions options. Most of the time you are forced to sit with your legs extremely apart, which is not very comfortable especially when you are to sit for long hours. Swimming in public is not something you look forward to: ALSO READ: Plus-size woman recreates Meghan Markle's style - but troll says 'looks like she ate her' With an extra big dick, finding a fitting swim pant is next to impossible. We all know why.. You get an erection.
Kenyan Man Who Had World's Biggest Testicles Has Story Shown On TV
Horace Owiti Opiyo needed life-saving surgery after the bite which is believed to have transferred infected blood and caused a rare condition known as scrotal elephantiasis. An initial operation a year later failed and his penis continued to grow to a debilitating meter in length while his testicles expanded to the size of watermelons. He has now had a second major operation — which doctors believe has been successful. It could be a curse. He added that social media may have saved his life after a neighbour, Duncan Otieno, took photographs and put the story on Facebook.
However, it turns out the condition isn't all it's cracked up to be, as was found out by a Kenyan man whose testicles ballooned to twenty times the average size. Horace Owiti Opiyo, also known as Forence, from Kibigori, Kenya, contracted elephantiasis in his genitals, causing his scrotum and penis to grow to almost a metre long and 5kg in weight. Forence has now had surgery which successfully restored his testicles back to normal, and his story has been featured in an episode of the TV show Body Bizarre. I knew this was not god's work, but the devil's.