Doctors surgically remove 8inch-long wire from teenager's PENIS after it became stuck during a dangerous masturbation technique

Doctors remove 8inch wire from teenager’s PENNIS in a surgery, Wire got stuck during a risky masturbation method.

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Teen’s Risky Masturbation Technique Leads to Surgical Procedure

A 17-year-old boy from Sri Lanka found himself in a precarious situation when his unconventional masturbation technique took a dangerous turn. The teenager had developed a fetish known as polyembolokoilomania, where he inserted electrical wire into his urethra to enhance his orgasms. Unfortunately, this time, things went wrong, and he pushed the wire too far, causing extreme pain when urinating.

Medical Intervention Required

After enduring the excruciating discomfort for nine days, the teen sought medical attention due to the intense pain in his abdomen. At this point, doctors had to perform surgery to remove the eight-inch-long wire that had become lodged in his bladder. Polyembolokoilomania, or PEKamania, is a condition where individuals repeatedly insert foreign objects into bodily orifices during masturbation to intensify pleasure.

Potential Health Risks

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Although the teenager did not suffer severe health consequences from this incident, doctors lost contact with him after the procedure. This meant that any further harm resulting from his risky habit would have gone unnoticed. The medical team in Colombo, Sri Lanka, discovered the coiled wire in the patient’s abdomen through an ultrasound scan. A cystoscopy, a procedure involving the insertion of a tube with a light and camera into the urethra, was performed to get a better view of the calcium salt-encrusted wire in the bladder, allowing for its surgical removal.

Revealing a Disturbing Habit

The patient took several days before admitting to his medical team that he had been engaging in this risky habit for the past two years. He had usually been able to remove foreign objects himself. However, he had lost control over his urges, engaging in the behavior about three times a day.

Psychological and Psychiatric Considerations

PEKamania is not only rare but also potentially dangerous, as it can lead to severe infections and tissue damage. The patient was referred for psychological counseling to address his urges to masturbate and his anxieties related to forming social and romantic relationships. While he was not diagnosed with a specific mental disorder, doctors recognized that a range of psychiatric conditions could drive individuals to insert foreign objects into their bodies.

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Low IQ and Societal Stigma

The patient was found to have a moderately low IQ of 78, which could contribute to engaging in risky sexual behaviors. The doctors noted that Sri Lanka had a high level of stigma attached to mental disorders, possibly discouraging patients like this teenager from seeking help. While the case highlights a unique and dangerous sexual behavior, it also underscores the complex interplay of psychological, psychiatric, and societal factors. The patient was issued a prescription for antidepressants to address his paraphilia, a psychological disorder involving abnormal sexual desires.

Conclusion

The case study of this teenager’s risky behavior was published in the journal Psychiatry Research Case Reports, shedding light on the need for comprehensive mental health support and awareness regarding potentially harmful sexual behaviors.

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