Mohammed Abad, 44, went in for the procedure – the 121st on his remade manhood – at the weekend.
Medics at University College, London, spent a gruelling three-and-a-half hours thinning down his penis to get it to a smaller size.
The op was carried out after Mo lost his virginity and he discovered his member was too large and meant sex was painful.
It also harvested some of his sperm from his remaining testicle which means his dream of having children one day could be a real possibility.
He told The Sun: “I can’t wait to try it out. I’m looking forward to ‘getting the poetry in motion’.
“This is the last push – I am ready to go. Once the stitches are out I will take the first opportunity to try it out.
“I am not in any pain, but on antibiotics as a precaution against infection.