Las Vegas resident Wesley Warren Jr. attracted worldwide attention for his medical condition, scrotal elephantiasis, which caused his scrotum to grow to weigh more than 160 pounds. Warren launched a campaign to rause funds for an operation, and had surgery in April when a California surgeon offered to do it for free.
Although the 13-hour procedure was a success, it left him with a one inch penis, something he is naturally not happy about.
"I know the majority of people are probably expecting me to express extreme happiness and glee that my life has been transformed since the sac has been removed - but it's not as simple as that."
"I do feel a great sense of comfort that the weight is no longer between my legs. It got to the point that it was a danger to my health.
"But when I look down at what's here now it's not the same as what it was. It's totally different.
"My natural look prior to the growth is not what came out of surgery. What came out of surgery is a nub an inch long and it doesn't get any larger.
"I'm grateful to have been pulled out of the fire, I was getting burned, but now I'm dealing with the first degree burns. I'm still disfigured."
Warren was unable to have sex prior to the operation, due the complications of having balls that weighed more than a baby hippo.
His ordeal is the subject of the documentary The Man with the 10-Stone Testicles, which aired on Channel 4 in the UK on June 24, 2013.
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