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Man Claims ‘Penis Shrunk Over An Inch After Catching Covid’

A man has reportedly claimed that his 'penis shrunk over an inch after catching Covid'. 
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A man has reportedly claimed that his ‘penis shrunk over an inch after catching Covid’. 

The guy, who decided to remain anonymous (understandably), rang up the How To Do It podcast and insisted that he was ‘above average’ before.

Opening up about his ‘medical issue,’ he said: “I’m a heterosexual man in my 30s. In July of last year, I contracted Covid and was very sick.

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“When I got out of the hospital, I had some erectile dysfunction issues. Those gradually got better with some medical attention, but I seem to be left with a lasting problem.”

The man, who is believed to be in his 30s, said that he has now become ‘decidedly less than average’.

He continued: “My penis has shrunk. Before I got sick, I was above average, not huge, but definitely bigger than normal.

“Now I’ve lost about an inch-and-a-half and become decidedly less than average.

“It’s apparently due to vascular damage, and my doctors seem to think it’s likely permanent.

“It shouldn’t really matter, but it has had a profound impact on my self-confidence in my abilities in bed.”

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The How To Do It host, urologist Ashley Winter MD, responded to the unnamed guy’s claims by saying he may actually not be wrong about this ‘side effect’.

She said: “It is true that having erectile dysfunction leads to shortening.

“You have this period of time where the penis is not stretching itself out, where it’s not, you know, getting all this full blood into it, and that can lead to scarring of the penis and shortening of the penis.

“And that’s probably what you know your caller is referring to now.”

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