A fracture in a person's private part, the first such case in the world, even worries the doctor - Newztezz Online


Saturday, July 3, 2021

A fracture in a person's private part, the first such case in the world, even worries the doctor

case involving the private parts of a British man has come to light which has annoyed even the doctors. In fact, a person's private part has fractured three centimeters during sex. In all the cases so far, the fracture occurs horizontally, but this is the first case in which the private part has fractured vertically.

It is worth mentioning that the private part of men does not have bones but it is likely to crack. The case of this man has been published in the British Journal. Doctors say that fractures in the private part have always been horizontal in all the previous cases.

But this time the problem has been found in tunica albuginea. There is a protective layer around this erectile tissue that works to deliver blood to this part. Doctors have not yet said what position the man was in during sex.

In this case urologists say 88 percent of private part fractures occur during sex. There are other reasons for the breakdown of the private part, including excessive masturbation and a special condition during sleep.

According to a report, this problem may also come from practice technology logic in Middle Eastern countries. Doctors say that usually in the case of a horizontal fracture the sound of a crack is heard but this was not the case in this patient and no sound was heard during the fracture.

The majority of cases of private part fractures occur in men in their fourth decade, doctors said. However, the 40-year-old's private parts became swollen after the injury. This person has also become sexually normal after 6 months of treatment for this injury.

According to a Telegraph report, 1600 cases of private fractures in men have been reported since 1924. Researchers have noted that cracks are also heard in 50 percent of cases and four out of five men lose their erections after this fracture.

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