The jolied plastic surgery (JPL) surgery is a procedure that involves inserting a small metal bar through the skin of the penis or testicles.
The jollies surgery is popular for men who have enlarged prostate glands and the procedure is usually performed on patients between the ages of 50 and 65.
The procedure is not recommended for younger patients, as it can lead to infections or even cancer.
The surgery is often performed by a surgeon who is not licensed to perform surgery.
However, it is also performed by private surgeons and many hospitals do not allow it.
The JPL surgery can cause the testicles to enlarge and may also lead to erectile dysfunction (ED).
The procedure has been criticized by many, including celebrities and politicians, for causing depression, as well as an increased risk of prostate cancer.
Doctors who perform the procedure say that it is a necessary and safe procedure.
According to the National Association of Prostate Cancer Centers, there were 8,600 cases of prostate tumors in the U.S. in 2016.