MEN with bionic willies make better lovers, research claims.
Their partners say they orgasm more and enjoy a significantly better sex life.
Around 500 blokes a year with severe erectile dysfunction are given £8,000 penile implants on the NHS.
Some 20 of those and their partners were asked to rate their before-and-after sex lives out of 30 — with lower numbers best.
The female partners’ improved from an average of 22 before the procedure to 10 with the implant.
Women living with men who had no erection problems rated just 14.
The research, published in the journal Andrologia, found women were a third more likely to orgasm with a bloke fitted with a new willy.
The NHS offers a tube that is implanted in the penis then pumped full of liquid from a store next to the testicles.
Brit experts said the findings prove the surgery works.
Professor Raj Persad, a consultant with Bristol Urology Associates, said: “The findings are very encouraging and vindicate this type of surgery as a superb example of precision bio- engineering.”
The Sun previously told how a man born without a penis finally lost his virginity at 45 after being given a £50,000 bionic willy.
Surgeons created the organ using skin from Andrew Wardle’s arm before attaching it during a ten-hour operation.
He bedded girlfriend Fedra Fabian, using a button to pump it up. Andrew, of Manchester, said: “I’m so pleased with it.”