Indonesian man, 44, snaps his penis and during ‘vigorous’ cowgirl sex with wife

Indonesian man, 44, snaps his penis and hears a ‘cracking sound’ during ‘vigorous’ cowgirl sex with wife

  • The Indonesian man said he heard a ‘crack’ followed by intense pain in his penis
  • Medics had to peel away the skin around his penis to repair a one inch fracture
  • But after a 21 day recovery the man can get an erection and urinate normally

An Indonesian man snapped his penis during ‘vigorous’ sex with his wife.

The 44-year-old, from Bali, heard ‘a crack’ while his lover was in the cowgirl position, followed by excruciating pain.

She was on top of him when his penis slipped out and she crashed down on it with her perineum, the area between her vagina and anus.

His erection immediately vanished and gruesome images show how his penis was left hanging at a right angle.

The man, who has not been named, waited three hours before going to hospital but grew concerned when his penis swelled up and blood began to leak from the tip.

Doctors were forced to ‘de-glove’ his penis – which involves peeling the skin away – to examine the injuries.

They found a one inch (3cm) fracture in the spongy tissue in the shaft of the penis that swells with blood during an erection. He also ruptured his urethra.

A 44-year-old man needed emergency surgery after his wife fractured his penis after landing on the organ awkwardly during ‘vigorous sexual activity’ (stock image)

WHAT IS A PENIS FRACTURE?

A penis fracture is a rare injury that can take place during sex.

It occurs when the two areas responsible for erections – the corpora cavernosa and the penile sheath – rupture.

The corpora cavernosa is a spongy tissue in the penis that fills with blood during an erection.

Penises typically fracture during intercourse when the man is thrusting against the pubic bone.

Symptoms include:

  • Moderate-to-severe pain
  • Bleeding from the penis
  • Dark bruising
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Cracking or popping sound
  • Immediate loss of an erection

After a fracture, the penis often takes on an ‘eggplant defomirty’, where it appears purple and swollen.

The penis usually has to be erected for it to fracture, with a flaccid member not having a large enough corpora cavernosa for the injury.

A fractured penis must be treated immediately to minimize damage to the man’s sexual and urinary function.

Surgery is usually required to reduce the build up of blood and repair damaged vessels.

Most men can go home shortly after the operation but should abstain from sex for a month.

Source: MedicalNewsToday

The tale was reported in the International Journal of Surgery Case Reports by medics from Sanglah General Hospital.

Penis fractures are considered a rare injury but require emergency treatment when it does occur.

It usually happens during sex and the most common position is ‘doggy style’, when a man is behind, or cowgirl, when the woman is on top.

Shortly after the accident, the man attended the emergency department, where medics inserted a thin flexible camera into his penis to survey the damage.

They found the man’s urethra, the tube inside the penis allowing urine to pass out of the body, had been ruptured.

They then rushed him to surgery and, after degloving the penis, found the fracture.

After stitching the break back together, the man was given an erection using drugs to make sure no blood could leak out and his penis was carefully bandaged.

After a 21-day period, the 44-year-old reportedly made a full recovery and was able to maintain an erection and urinate normally.

Discussing the case, urologist Dr Muhlis Yusuf, one of the medics who treated the man, said various sexual positions could result in penis fractures.

Writing in the case report they said: ‘The most common vigorous sexual position was doggy style.

‘Another study also reported that penile fracture usually occurs if the woman is in a superior position.’

Dr Yusuf added that men being embarrassed about the injury, and therefore delaying seeking treatment, was a potential complication of these type of injuries.

Medics did not detail exactly when the man was injured.

While the case report said the man made a full recovery was able to have sex again without pain, it did detail if he was given any painkillers or antibiotics during his recovery.

It also did not explain if the stiches the man was given during his surgery were dissolvable or they needed to be removed at a later date.

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