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Phillip Seaton struggled to control his emotions with difficulty as he talked about waking up from surgery to discover he no longer had a penis.
Seaton, 61, said he went into Jewish Hospital Shelbyville in last October to have a simple circumcision to have his foreskin removed because the excess skin was contributing to what he was told was some type of infection on the tip of his penis.
"The doctor knew that's all that was supposed to be done," he said Friday. "We even joked about it, like, don't take off too much."
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