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Botox is not just for the wrinkles on your face – it’s now being used for the wrinkly area of men’s private parts!
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is quick to say, “I don’t know why you would do this!”
He goes to remind everyone that the human body is designed with specific and important functions in mind, saying, “There’s a reason why we have muscles down there that shrivel them up! When it’s cold outside, I’m being dead serious right now… there’s a reason why your testicular sack brings them in. They want to stay in the hut. They want to be warm. So you Botox them and you jump in a cold lake, they don’t have any hut to hide in because you’ve paralyzed the muscle.”
But will injecting Botox into your boys have any effect on fertility? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon says that these injections could temporarily affect a man’s sperm production, due to the possibility of the Botox traveling to a man’s testes.
In case you’re considering getting "Scrotox," it will set you back $3,100 for a treatment, which might be a lot just to get rid of those “down there” wrinkles!