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Friday, 11 May 2018

Footballer Dies After Having Penis Eaten Away by Cancer!

A FOOTBALLER had his penis eaten away by cancer and died after he ignored signs of the disease.

Dale said his sex life with fiancée Paige King was ruined as a result

Dale Clarke warned other blokes never to ignore the symptoms and to see a doctor straight away.

The young dad faced losing his entire penis to cancer when he ignored a lump.

He was left with a gaping wound at the top of his groin, while skin taken from his thigh was grafted on to his penis.

Dale, who played for Forest Hall football club in Newcastle upon Tyne was given the shock diagnoses of cancer a year ago after discovering a lump on his penis.

The lump was initially the size of a grain of rice, but within three weeks it grew to the size of a grape and began to "eat away" his manhood.

It eventually caused him to lose all sensation down there and ruined his sex life.

In seven months the 26-year-old had five operations, nine rounds of radiotherapy and two rounds of chemo - but the tumours kept coming back.

Dale died on Sunday, one month before his fiancée, Paige, was due to give birth to their daughter.

Bravely speaking out about his ordeal earlier this year, Dale said he could no longer feel any part of his penis, and that his sex life with fiancée Paige King, 24, was ruined as a result.

But, the dad to six-year-old Cole, said he was determined to stay positive, make memories and marry Paige in Las Vegas.

“It’s absolutely destroyed me as a person”Dale

He warned other blokes never to ignore the symptoms, and to see a doctor straight away if they fear something could be wrong.

Speaking before his death, Dale said: “It’s absolutely destroyed me as a person.

"I struggle to walk to the toilet and my penis has no use other than to try and urinate from it.

“It has no feeling. The cancer is busy eating away around it so I will probably lose it altogether soon.

“But I’m a solider. I’ve got my kids to think about and I can’t be selfish and give up."

 
The first sign something was wrong came when Dale struggled to urinate properly.

He suspected an infection but then found a lump on the tip of his penis in June last year.

Doctors first suspected the lump had been caused by his foreskin being too tight, and circumcised Dale.

But after he was referred to a specialist, tests revealed the devastating diagnosis.

"I'd researched it and was convinced it was cancer," he admitted.

NCJ MEDIAFOOTBALL: Dale played for Northern Alliance side Forest Hall FC

"The pain was unbelievable. It was that bad I would try not to go to the toilet.

"I was going about once a day and was crying in pain, it was the worst kind of burning."

Despite his fears, when doctors confirmed he had cancer, Dale said he was left speechless.

He hung up the phone and broke down.

Family, friends and team mates are mourning the loss of "larger than life" Dale, while his fiancé is due to give birth to their daughter in July.

Cancer of the penis is very rare, there are around 630 cases in the UK each year.

It’s most often diagnosed in men over the age of 60 years, however men in their 30s and 40s can also be affected.

Symptoms can include:

- A growth or ulcer on the penis, especially on the glans or foreskin

- Changes in the colour of the penis

- Skin thickening on the penis

- Persistent discharge with foul odour beneath the foreskin

- Blood coming from the tip of the penis or under the foreskin

- Unexplained pain in the shaft or tip of the penis

- Irregular or growing bluish-brown flat lesions or marks beneath the foreskin or on the body of the penis

- Reddish, velvety rash beneath the foreskin

- Small, crusty bumps beneath the foreskin

- Irregular swelling at the end of the penis

Just two men aged between 25 and 29 were diagnosed with penile cancer in 2016, according to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Daily Star

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