Doctors at Dr. Sutomo General Hospital in Surabaya, Indonesia’s second largest city, probably thought they had seen most of it. That was until a 34-year-old man walked in through the doors.
At first he complained of abdominal pain when urinating. But then the conversation took a direction the health staff had never expected:
With his cheeks flushed red, the man said the earphone wire was stuck in his urethra. This soon became apparent to the doctors as soon as the man pulled out the boxer.
He finally revealed why he was there.
attached to the bladder
According to the Journal of Physicians published on ScienceDirectThe man used to put an earphone cord into his urethra 3-5 times a week.
This was done while masturbating to achieve “sexual pleasure and satisfaction”. But this time he couldn’t get it out again.
It turned out that the string was coiled and fortunately not attached to the bladder wall. Doctors removed it with pliers.
When the wire was out well, it measured 78cm and was about 2mm thick.
The man was discharged from the hospital the day after the operation. According to ScienceDirect, he did not exhibit any psychopathic behavior and was considered mentally sound.
The challenge for health professionals
A medical team then diagnosed the 34-year-old with polimboloquilamane. according to National Institutes of Health It is the name of a procedure that involves placing foreign objects in body openings, such as the rectum or vagina.
When the act is due to the desire to achieve sexual pleasure, it can be considered as one Paraphile.
at the report Which was written after the end of treatment and assessment of the man, doctors write, among other things:
“Although he was mentally healthy, the voluntary introduction of objects into the urethra for sexual gratification reflected a pathological psychological state.”
It is emphasized that this type of procedure performed with the aim of sexual pleasure, presents significant challenges for health professionals.
“Because of the embarrassment, it takes a very long time for patients to be accepted. This leads to serious complications in the short and long term,” says the medical team.
“Coffee trailblazer. Certified pop culture lover. Infuriatingly humble gamer.”