Shocked doctor discovers 30-YEAR build-up of smegma under the foreskin of married man who was suffering agonising pain in his penis

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Written By Rivera Claudia

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  • The married man rushed to hospital after seeing chunks fall from his genitals
  • Shocked doctors realised it was a 30-year-build up of smegma
  • They urged members of the public to regularly and thoroughly wash themselves 

A married man rushed to the doctor after finding a stomach-turning 30-year smegma build-up in his penis.

The patient was taking a shower when he felt pain in his genitals and bits of hardened dirt began to fall into the drain.

Mistaking them for kidney stones, he hurried to urologist Dr. Chen Zhaoan in the city of Taichung, Taiwan, to have himself checked.

The medical professional peeled back the man’s foreskin and beheld the revolting accumulation of sickly yellow-brown smegma. 

As Dr. Chen cleaned up the calcified scales of dirt, oil, and dead skin, a foul odour began to fill the clinic on March 14.

Doctors at the hospital collected the 30-year build-up of smegma from the man, and placed them into jars

The medical professional peeled back the man's foreskin and beheld the revolting accumulation of sickly yellow-brown smegma, seen here inside a medical glove

The medical professional peeled back the man’s foreskin and beheld the revolting accumulation of sickly yellow-brown smegma, seen here inside a medical glove

Dr. Chen Zhaoan (pictured) in the city of Taichung, Taiwan, believed the smegma built up over 30 years

Dr. Chen Zhaoan (pictured) in the city of Taichung, Taiwan, believed the smegma built up over 30 years 

The medic, the Director of the Zhaoan Urology Clinic, said: ‘We think this buildup was there­ for 30 years. The whole thing broke­ apart like stone, giving off a powerful odour.

‘His private parts hadn’t bee­n ‘active’ for 30 years. If we hadn’t found it, his partne­r might have discovered this ‘tre­asure’ first.’

The man was reported to have a rather long foreskin, but no ability to pull back the foreskin.

Dr. Chen continued: ‘No one seems to have told him that the foreskin can be retracted to expose the entire glans to be cleaned.’

He added that he sees patients with excessive smegma build-up around every two years.

The urologist urged men to clean their penis and foreskin daily with water and a little soap while showering.

He appealed to the male public: ‘There is currently sufficient health information in school education and on the Internet, and the accessibility of medical resources in Taiwan is also very high.

‘If you really have a problem that you don’t understand, it is recommended to seek medical advice from a specialist.’

Meanwhile, the aged smegma was sealed in a specimen bottle at Dr. Chen’s office.

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