THE BIONIC MANHOOD Man born without penis given £50,000 bionic willy by surgeons FINALLY has sex with his girlfriend at 45

A MAN given a £50,000 bionic willy by docs after being born without one has finally had sex at 45.

Surgeons created the organ using skin from Andrew Wardle’s arm before attaching it during a ten-hour operation.

He bedded girlfriend Fedra Fabian, using a button to pump it up. And­rew, of Manchester, said: “I’m so pleased with it.”

Andrew Wardle had to endure a painful ten-day erection after surgeons attached the £50,000 organ.

But after using his new manhood to have sex for the first time — in a 30-minute session with girlfriend Fedra Fabian — he’s set his heart on being a dad.

Describing his joy at finally losing his virginity at the age of 45, Andrew told The Sun: “It’s fantastic.

“After all Fedra and I have been through, it’s the cherry on the cake.”

Andrew was born without a penis because of a one-in-20million birth abnormality.

Only in his late thirties did he discover that doctors might be able to fashion one for him using an operation called a phalloplasty.

He eventually went under the knife in June, when surgeons created the organ using skin from his arm and nerves from his legs and then attached it in a ten-hour procedure.

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Surgeons created Andrew Wardle’s bionic penis using skin from his arm

Andrew, from Manchester, spent ten days with the agonising erection and was ordered to wait at least six weeks before having sex.

But it proved worthwhile when he finally romped with Fedra, 28 — who called the experience “amazing”.

Andrew, who uses a button in his groin to inflate the organ with saline fluid via a valve in his scrotum, told The Sun he was chuffed with his “ridiculously big” new todger.

Describing his long-awaited debut sex session, he said: “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 what Fedra and I have been through, it’s the cherry on the cake.”

Not only can Andrew now experience pleasurable feelings, but the organ is plumbed into his testicles — raising the possibility of children.

He added: “We would like to have children, two ideally, although there’s no rush. I was asked a while ago if I wanted to have my fertility tested and I refused at the time.

Andrew admits that he used to pray every night as a boy that he would wake up with a penis

“I thought that would be too much pressure on top of everything else with the surgery, but I will do it at some point. If we can’t have children naturally, we’ll adopt.”

And Andrew says his revolutionary operation — funded entirely on the NHS but carried out with Harley Street surgeons — has filled him with optimism for the future.

He said: “I’m just looking forward to having a fresh start. It’s like I’ve been through a war and I’m just healing and getting my head straight.

“I owe it to my amazing surgeons to go out and enjoy my life.

“I want to thank everyone past and present in the NHS who has got me to this point in my life — I would not be here without you today.”

Fedra, from Budapest, Hungary, couldn’t stop smiling as she and Andrew spoke out for the first time since their very first romp.

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 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.”

Andrew was so ill when he was born with a condition called bladder exstrophy that doctors at Stockport’s Stepping Hill Hospital thought he would die.

Hong Kong surgeons were flown in to put his bladder back in his body, but he has since endured more than 100 operations on it and his kidneys.

Unable to cope with such a poorly baby, his single mother put him up for adoption.

Even as a young child in the Wardle family, Andrew would compare his body to that of his adopted older brother Calum.

He said: “I prayed every night that I’d wake up with a penis like his.”

The sun

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