Man With 100 Pound Scrotum Decides To Keep it – Turns down Free Surgery

 
100 pound scrotum man from Howard Stern Show

Wesley Warren Jr relaxes on a bus with his 100 pound ball sack.

Can you imagine walking around with a ball sack that weighs over 100 pounds? Well Wesley Warren Jr. the man made famous on the Howard Stern Show for his 100-pound scrotum, now says he turned down an offer for free surgery to get rid of his 100 pound ball sack.

100 pound scrotum man from Howard Stern Show Wesley Warren

Wesley Warren needs to carry a milk crate wherever he goes to rest his 100 pound ball sack when he sits down

The “Dr. Oz Show” offered to pay for the the surgery, in return Dr Oz wanted exclusive interview rights with the man with the 100 pound scrotum.  But Warren now thinks fame is more important than his health. He loves being the man with the 100 pound ball sack and turned Dr. Oz down.

100 pound scrotum man from Howard Stern Show

Wesley Warren Jr. resting his 100 pound scrotum on a milk crate

Doctors have called his condition: scrotal elephantiasis, scrotal lymphedema or scrotal edema, a condition characterized by an excess of watery fluid collecting in tissues of the body, specifically in his scrotum round his testicles.  Scrotal elephantiasis is usually associated with a virus for which Wesley Warren Jr (AKA “The Scrotum Man”) has tested negative.

 

100 pound scrotum man from Howard Stern Show

Picture of a Man suffering from scrotal lymphedema, similar to the condition Wesley Warren Jr. is suspected of having.

100 pound scrotum man from the howard stern show

Man with scrotal elephantiasis which is caused by a virus

Wesley claims that that the swelling of his ball sack started happening in 2008 after he accidentally twisted it as he woke up.  He says the next day his ball sack was the size of a soccer ball.  It continued to grow and doctors do not know if it will ever stop.

 

 

 

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