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Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Indian father, 36, who took Viagra fractures his PENIS after his child 'fell over' his erection after jumping on him to wake him up

  • The bizarre tale has been published in the British Medical Journal Case Reports
  • The Indian man sought help from medics 2 days after the excruciating injury
  • He complained about his 'deformed' penis, which was also swollen and painful
An Indian father fractured his penis after his child 'fell over' his erection after jumping on him to wake him up.
The bizarre accident has been published in a prestigious medical journal by doctors in India, who revealed the man had taken Viagra.
The 36-year-old, who has not been named, sought help from medics two days after the excruciating injury.
He complained about his 'deformed' penis, which was also swollen and causing him lots of pain.
The patient, from Uttar Pradesh, admitted to taking 100mg of sildenafil - branded as Viagra - the night before the injury.  
The bizarre accident has been published in a prestigious medical journal by doctors in India, who revealed the man had taken Viagra
His erection persisted after sex, forcing him to resort to 'vigorous masturbation' - but it failed to combat his priapism.
The man went to bed, hoping his erection would cease overnight, doctors wrote in the British Medical Journal Case Reports.
But while he was sleeping, his child 'mistakenly fell over his erect penis', according to the team at King George’s Medical University.
After this eye-watering injury 'he developed sudden severe pain in his penis and lost tumescence', or the build-up of blood in his penis, the researchers noted. 
Surgeons found a tear in his right corpora cavernosa - sponge-like tissue that stores the blood during an erection - which they repaired.
Dr Deepanshu Sharma, who dealt with the patient, revealed the man was able to get erections again six weeks after treatment.
And he had been left with no permanent deformity, despite him complaining about his penis being eggplant-shaped after the injury. 
Penile fractures occur when the appendage is subject to a blunt trauma, normally during vigorous intercourse or masturbation.
A gruesome cracking sound can be heard at the time of the snap in 50 per cent of cases, studies have estimated.  
Around 1,600 cases have been recorded worldwide since 1924 - the equivalent of 16 instances per year, according to reports.
Those who have already been traumatised from breaking their penis are often left with erectile dysfunction problems and a lifetime of painful sex.
MailOnline broke the news of a 47-year-old man who fractured his penis during vigorous sex with his partner last September. 
The anonymous patient claimed to not notice any symptoms until 12 hours later - despite it normally leaving most in agony, a medical report revealed.
Despite being aware of the horrific 'snapping sensation', the British man was able to continue with intercourse and maintained his erection.
Dr Richard Viney, a consultant urological surgeon at The Bladder Clinic, Birmingham, previously told MailOnline 'sexual gymnasts' are most at risk of penile fractures. 

HOW DOES A PENIS FRACTURE?

A penile fracture occurs when the appendage is subject to a sharp, blunt force trauma, which can occur during vigorous intercourse or masturbation.
Since 1924, 1,600 cases have been recorded worldwide - roughly 16 instances per year, the Telegraph previously reported. 
Researchers noted that in 50 per cent of cases, a gruesome cracking sound can be heard. Four in five male victims lost their erection.
Those who have already been traumatised from breaking their penis are often left with erectile dysfunction problems and a lifetime of painful sex.  
MailOnline reported on a man from southern China who was left in agony after breaking his penis during sex with his wife in April.
Doctors found that his penis was at an odd angle and was in a swollen shape that made it look like an eggplant.
He was diagnosed with a penile fracture after tearing a sponge-like erectile tissue called corpora cavernosa.
Blood flows into corpora cavernosa that runs along the penis and making it hard during an erection.
The trick to stopping penile injuries is to thrust quite shallowly, according to sex expert Tracey Cox.
Holding your partner close to you using a grinding rather than thrusting motion will also reduce the risk, she told MailOnline.

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