70-year-old Pensioner spends Over 4.3 Million Naira to Enlarge His Manhood (Photos)
A pensioner who is addicted to manhood fillers and has spent thousands of Pounds on enlarging his organ, is ready for his fifth set of injections to give him a six-inch girth.
Eric Bell, 70, will have his fifth set of injections in January, which will increase his penis to around six inches in girth when erect.
From Keighley in West Yorkshire, Mr Bell said the £3,000-a-time fillers have boosted his confidence and kept his dating life exciting.
He claims to now be dating ‘much younger women’ who tell him they like his large penis, which is now a whole two inches thicker than it used to be.
After a life of feeling embarrassed about his member, the former nurse said the injections are the way forward and he’d tell other men to ‘go for it’.
‘I used to look down and instantly feel depressed that my penis was too small,’ said Mr Bell, who has the injections at Moorgate Andrology in Doncaster.
He said his opinion of his penis had, in the past, negatively affected his dating life and even a Viagra prescription didn’t help.
Before the first procedure in September 2016, in which he had his penis both lengthened and widened, Mr Bell measured 5.5inches long by four inches in circumference.
Doctors snipped a ligament at the top of his p-nis to release his ‘hidden length’, increasing his manhood to 6.5inches long.
After having the first injection two years ago, Mr Bell has had regular top-ups to keep his girth at the level he wants it.
Following the recent fillers, his p-nis is approximately the same circumference as a bottle of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce.
Mr Bell said:
‘I haven’t been in a serious relationship before but now I’m dating much younger women and feel like my confidence is sky-high.
‘Now I have a successful dating life and I’m happy. I was a nurse and wanted a non-invasive treatment that would work well.
‘That’s exactly what it’s done, the women I’ve had s-x with since say they love my large p-nis.’
The procedure works by injecting hyaluronic acid, the same substance used for many lip fillers, directly into the penis to make it larger.
Enlarging the p-nis in this way aims only to increase the thickness of it, not the length, and is only temporary, lasting until the filler breaks down in the body.
Penis fillers are becoming increasingly popular and some clinics say they have seen a 70 per cent rise in the number of men wanting one in the past three years.
There is a risk of infection, scarring or bleeding which comes with the treatment, but Mr Bell said he isn’t too worried about complications.
‘I know the risks – I could be left scarred or with uncomfortable lumps, even sometimes bleeding or infection, but it’s worth it,’ he said.
And he will soon have to stop having the injections because he’s had so many since he started in 2014.
David Mills, managing director of Moorgate Andrology where Mr Bell has the procedures, said:
‘There is a limit and Eric has to be fit and well.
‘It is treatment that is injected, and it has to be done by a qualified doctor. As long as the expectations are realistic, and clients stick to the aftercare procedure, it can work well.
‘There’s no s-x for a month afterwards, and lumps and bumps can always appear. But Eric knows his own mind and is reasonable and a compliant patient.’