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Contracting Covid could cause your penis to shrink, doctor claims

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Covid could cause a penis to shorten in rare cases, a doctor has claimed. It is believed that at least two men have undergone surgery to correct erectile dysfunction problems after contracting Covid.

A University College London study of 3,400 people found the symptom to be rare among the 200 who developed long Covid, Devon Live reports.

Urologist Ashley Winter said that blood flow to the penis can be disrupted by the virus, which can then result in erectile dysfunction.

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