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​Vietnamese doctors save man hospitalized with ‘broken tool’ after sex

Thursday, December 28, 2017, 13:55 GMT+7

A man in Vietnam felt something went horribly wrong after trying an unusual position in bed, prompting him to cast embarrassment aside and make a beeline for the local hospital.

V.V.C., 26, was hospitalized at 1:45 am on Christmas Day with a swollen, deformed, and bluish colored ‘willy’, doctors at the K120 Military Hospital in Tien Giang Province, located in the Mekong Delta, said on Wednesday.

The patient immediately underwent an emergency surgery after an MRI scan showed that he had a penile fracture, Dr. Vu Dang Trung, deputy director of the clinic, told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.

The man confessed that he was having sex in an unordinary position when he felt pain and his penis became curved and inflamed. He was rushed to the hospital by family members.

Doctor Hua Xuan Phuong, the surgeon in charge of C.’s operation, said the patient has recovered and is now able to urinate normally.

“But we cannot comment on his erectile function, which might take up to three months of treatment before fully recovering,” Phuong said.

A doctor consults his patient following the surgery. Photo: Tuoi Tre
A doctor gives advice to his patient following the surgery. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Trung recommended that people with injuries from similar ‘sex accidents’ go to hospital as soon as possible in order to avoid serious complications to both their sexual and overall health.

In late September 2016, a man was also hospitalized in Ho Chi Minh City with swollen and bruised genitals after attempting exotic positions in bed.

The middle-aged male patient admitted that he was engaging in sexual intercourse with his partner when a ‘crack’ was heard from his ‘joystick.’

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