Scientists have created a heat-activated metal penis to help men with erectile dysfunction. Developed by experts at the University of Wisconsin in America, the remote-controlled device lengthens to eight inches when heated to 42C. Surgically inserted in the base of the penis through an incision, the one inch metal coil can be turned on by a remote held over the groin, generating a metal field which triggers a current. The coil then warms the implant, making it expand and fully erect.

Asif Muneer from the British Association of Urological Surgeons, told The Sun the device had potential to benefit thousands of men suffering with erectile dysfunction.
'There are fewer components than with existing inflatable implants and that reduces the chances of infection,' he said.

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