45-year-old man born without penis has sex for the first time after getting bionic replacement

Andrew Wardle, who was born without a penis, has finally lost his virginity at 45, thanks to a bionic phallus made utilizing skin from his arm


                            45-year-old man born without penis has sex for the first time after getting bionic replacement

A rare genetic abnormality called bladder exstrophy caused Andrew Wardle, from Manchester, to be born with no penis with only testicles. But advances in medical science came to his rescue. After undergoing multiple operations utilizing skin from the 45-year-old's arm, doctors were able to create a bionic appendage for the embattled individual.

When the new device was installed and switched on, Wardle had a continuous erection for a staggering two weeks. However, it was revealed that, during this time, Wardle was able to test out his manhood and engage in penetrative sex for the first time in his life.

Andrew Wardle, 44, who was born without a penis, finally had sex for the first time with long-term girlfriend Fedra Fabian, pictured, after he had a bionic penis fitted following for years of milestone surgery. (Screenshot)
Andrew Wardle, 44, who was born without a penis, finally had sex for the first time with long-term girlfriend Fedra Fabian, pictured, after he had a bionic penis fitted following for years of milestone surgery. (Screenshot)

Wardle claims to have "slept" with over a 100 woman in the past, albeit without a penis. Fedra Fabian, his current girlfriend of five years, was markedly happy with her partner's new bionic penis.

Although Wardle has not sought advice on the issue of his fertility, the pair hopes to have children very soon. He said: “If I can, then I can, and if I can’t, then we’ll just adopt.”

Twenty-eight-year-old Fedra, from Hungary, said the sex was 'amazing' and lasted at least for half an hour. (Screenshot)
Twenty-eight-year-old Fedra, from Hungary, said the sex was 'amazing' and lasted at least for half an hour. (Screenshot)

In a conversation with The Sun, Wardle confirmed: “It’s fantastic, I’m so pleased with it. Fedra had booked a romantic trip to Amsterdam for my birthday, but I felt that would have been too much pressure. I had to test out the function every morning and night and leave it erect for 20 minutes. So one morning, two days before we went away, it just happened. It was nice and natural — and that’s how I wanted it to be. After all Fedra and I have been through, it’s the cherry on the cake.”

Fedra added: “It’s fantastic – no need to worry about viagra or getting old. He can do it when he’s drunk too. Sex isn’t the only way to have pleasure. We’d done everything else we were able to. But there was always a point where we had to stop.”

It seems Fedra couldn't stop smiling as she and Andrew both spoke out for the first time since their first romping session.

She said: “It was a celebration of our love. His penis looks normal, it’s just operated a little bit differently. When you say Andrew lost his virginity, that’s not really the case because you think of someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing. Andrew knew what he was doing.”

Fedra, who hails from Budapest, Hungary, and works in luxury fashion, added: “It’s fantastic — no need to worry about Viagra or getting old. He can do it when he’s drunk too! Sex isn’t the only way to have pleasure. We’d done everything else we were able to. But there was always a point where we had to stop. Now we have that freedom to carry on — it’s taken our relationship to a different level.”

Appearing on 'This Morning' last year, Wardle had said: “They’ve built me completely what any man’s got. You have to see what these people can do, these NHS surgeons, it’s amazing. I’ve got what anyone’s got, it just needs turning on!”

Having said that, while Wardle is content with his new phallus, he wasn't given a choice to request a sizeable version. “I don’t think they do sizing, you just get what you’re given," he quipped.