Doctor Recalls True Story of Treating Man’s Broken Penis
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Dr. Karan Raj has gone viral on YouTube and TikTok for content where he uses his medical expertise to help people relax, offering advice on how to manage stress, enjoy a better night’s sleep and even to get rid of an unwanted boner. However, in one of his most recent videos, Raj shares a story of his time working nights in an emergency room, which is more likely to give people nightmares.
Raj calmly recalls seeing a patient who feared he had broken his penis: he had been having rather enthusiastic sex when he heard a pop. “I noticed his appendix was twisted, swollen and purple from lots of bruising,” he says. “This, my friends, was a broken penis.”
A penile fracture differs from other types of fractures that can be sustained elsewhere in the body, Raj explains, because the penis actually has no bone. The erect state of the penis occurs as a result of blood flowing into the corpora cavernosa, tunica-protected blood vessels that keep blood contained and help the erect penis maintain its rigid shape.
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“This envelope becomes thin and rigid and the organ becomes erect, and unfortunately very brittle,” says Raj. “The aggressive pounding of the meat stick can cause the tunica albuginea to tear open the corpora cavernosa and let all that blood out. If that happens, it’s a disaster and you need to go to the hospital immediately.”
Surgery is required to repair this type of injury, and it must be performed within 72 hours: if left too long, there is a risk of scar tissue forming which will lead to chronic pain and even disorders of the stomach. ‘erection.
Although rare, a broken penis usually occurs during sex or too vigorous masturbation, and Raj notes that cowgirl position where the woman is on top tends to be the most common cause. “With the tunic bearing the weight of a human being, a bend becomes downright inevitable and a break is horribly possible,” he says. “Either avoid this position or be very careful.”
Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the UK covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.
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