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Man Broke His Penis Vertically When It ‘buckled’ During Sex

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A British man broke his penis vertically when it buckled during sex, doctors have reported.

Doctors claimed that the man is the first known case to have damaged his penis this way during sex.

The case was published in a report by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the experts say the injury is rare.

A broken penis is also referred to as a penile fracture and occurs when the protective layer around erectile tissue that pumps blood to the penis is damaged.

Doctors say that the reason it feels like a broken bone is because most injuries happen during sex when the penis is erect, The Sun reports.

It buckles under pressure and then causes blood to leak out and this is usually accompanied with a popping sound – but doctors said that this sound didn’t happen with this case.

The case study had been 40-years-old at the time and medics said his penis “buckled against his partner’s perineum (the area between the anus and the genitals)”.

He didn’t show any classic symptoms such as the popping sound or the rolling of the skin of the penis.

The case had a swollen penis and his erection gradually faded, whereas in most cases the erection is lost immediately.

On analysing the results of an MRI scan the doctors discovered that the man’s penis had a three centimetre long vertical tear along the right side.

It was around the middle of the shaft rather than a horizontal tear.

The image above shows what medics referred to as the ‘vertical disruption’ to the penis. Picture: British Medical Journal
The image above shows what medics referred to as the ‘vertical disruption’ to the penis. Picture: British Medical JournalSource:Supplied

In any case of a penile fracture, doctors have to treat it within 24 hours as it can lead to complications such as permanent erectile dysfunction.

The man had surgery which was successful and is now fully recovered and was able to have sex once more, six months after the injury.

The experts concluded that the case raises the question as to whether or not a vertical penis fracture “alter either the presentation or long-term outcomes following operative repair”.

They added: “This patient was able to resume sexual activity within 6 months of the injury, achieving erections of the same quality to those prior to the injury, denying any penile curvature or significant palpable scarring.”

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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