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 Tuesday, 28 January, 2003, 10:31 GMT
Penis operation left man in pain
Surgeons in theatre
A Sheffield kissogram man says he was left in pain
A Sheffield man working as a kissogram is claiming a surgeon who carried out an operation to enlarge his penis, left him in severe pain and his organ with a kink in it.

Doctor Ravi Kant Agarwal, who performed the surgery at Parkfield Hospital in Rotherham, is facing 29 charges of professional misconduct at a hearing of the General Medical Council.

The man, referred to only as "Mr B", said he wanted the operation to make him more successful in his work as a kissogram.

He told the GMC that he saw an advert in a Manchester newspaper and went to see Dr Agarwal at the hospital

On the last occasion he injected it on the right side of the penis and I was in pain and ever since then it's been bent

Patient Mr B
Several days later the operation was carried out at a cost of 3,000.

"I could not go to the toilet for two days," said Mr B.

"There was tremendous swelling for about six or seven weeks."

Mr B said he returned four or five times to see Dr Agarwal for more fat to be put into the penis.

"On the last occasion he injected it on the right side of the penis and I was in pain and ever since then it's been bent," said Mr B.

He said that following the operation in 1997 his marriage collapsed and he is now divorced.

The hearing continues.


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