Ghanaian Performs First-Ever Penis Surgery

Ghanaian doctor, Dr. Samuel Amanamah, a Sexopathologist with the Kumasi South Hospital, has performed the first-ever penile implant surgery by in Ghana, Whatsup News has gathered.

The surgery was done collaboratively by the Peace and Love Hospital and Derry Court Medical Practice and was done by a four-member team comprising; Dr Amanamah, Dr Beatrice Wiafe Addai, Kofi Owusu Gyimah and Esther Antwi.

 “it was a dream come true that Ghanaians can now access this treatment in Ghana,” Amanamah said excitedly after the operation.

it is estimated that just  10 per cent of patients with erectile dysfunction and penis-related issues seek professional help.

Surgical intervention (Penile Implant surgery) is considered the definitive treatment when all forms of treatment fail. The procedure which is about two hours long surgery with a hospital stay of between two to seven days comes with a small incision which is virtually invisible after healing. The advantage of this surgery is that patients who successfully undergo this resume a normal sexual life with their partners. They can also have as many children as they want; if prior to surgery they were fertile, the Sexopathologist said.

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