Dan Maurer—a man who's made headlines for his 100-pound scrotum—successfully had the growth removed in surgery last month. Among the things he looks forward to after rehabilitation is having sex with his wife for the first time in seven years.

Maurer suffers from a condition known as scrotal lymphedema. When he noticed his sac swelling to enormous proportions, he contacted his doctors, who instructed him to lose weight, which didn't work. Then, he saw the story of Wesley Warren Jr.—also known as The Man With the 132-lb. Scrotum—on TLC, and everything changed.

Maurer and his family ran a successful fundraiser to pay for the operation, and after a 14-hour procedure, he emerged 150 pounds lighter and free of the enormous growth (the surgery also removed excess fat). A month later, he's still struggling to walk, but he seems hopeful. "It's going to be a learning curve," he told ABC after the surgery. "And if you don't have a good heart going into it, you're never going to achieve anything."

Before the operation, he told the Daily News about a few things he was excited about doing:

One thing he's excited to do once the procedure is all said and done: Have sex with Mindy for the first time in seven years. He also looks forward to traveling and jet-skiing. Because of his condition, he hasn't been able to take part in activities that require him to straddle something.

We wish him the best of luck.