Friend penis KRĒSTS and "flourished to VINE BOTTLE" after it was crushed during sex with girlfriend
- On December 22, Sean Marsden had sex with her girlfriend Louise Gray
- Left cut pain after a couple heard a loud crack while he became intimate
- Hurrying to the hospital where surgeons repaired the penis fracture and tore the urethra
The painter and decorator crushed his penis while having sex with his girlfriend.
Sean Marsden, 48, December 22, when he slipped and heard a crack, became intimate with Louise Gray (36).
As a pain, Marsden was tempted to see his penis flourishing in a "bottle of wine".
He rushed to the hospital where he was surgery to repair the penis fracture and tear the urethra.
After spending the night at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Mr Marsden was sent home, which could just walk and said that next month is celibacy.
But the couple had sex only three weeks later – despite the fact that Marsden's penis was still painful and bumped.
On 22 December last year, Sean Marsden disrupted her penis while having sex with her girlfriend Louise Gray. In November 2015, Mr Marsden knew that something was wrong when he slipped and heard a gap. Shortly after his penis swelling was a "bottle of wine"
A couple of six months in total were shown on January 11 this year. While the doctors told Mr Marsden that he was waiting another month before, he was "unable to wait" because of his high libido and frequent erections, but admitted that "the first time" was painful
Mr Marsden knew that something was wrong as soon as he heard the crack he claims happened after he slipped into Miss Gray's pelvis, The Sun reported.
While he watched his penis swelling, his six-month-old girlfriend called 999.
After the hospital, Marsden was given morphine immediately, but the doctors tried to get to the bottom of the problem.
WHAT IS PENIS FRACTURE?
Penis fracture is a rare trauma that can occur during sex.
This happens when both areas responsible for erection – the cavernosa of the body and the penis of the penis – rupture.
Corpus cavernosa is a penis sponge that fills with blood during erection.
Penises are usually intercourse during fractures when a person is thrusting against the pubic bone.
The symptoms are:
- Moderate pain
- Bleeding from the penis
- Dark bruises
- Difficulty urinating
- Cracked or popping sound
- Immediate erection loss
After the fracture, the penis often gets aubergene defomirty, where it looks purple and swollen.
The penis should normally be built on a fracture with a small member that does not have a large body damage.
The penis should be treated immediately to minimize disruption of human sexual and urinary function.
Surgery is usually necessary to reduce blood formation and repair damaged vessels.
Most men can go home shortly after surgery but refrain from sex within a month.
Source: Medical News Today
After examining the penis, the surgeons repaired the damaged muscles and tore the urethra.
The next day Marsdens was excreted with painkillers as well as a temporary catheter to remove urine from his body while his urethra cured.
His penis also had to be wrapped in links with a plastic rod along the shaft to ensure that the muscles were made straight.
Mr Marsden, who admits that he has a high sex drive, was initially convinced that he would never be intimate again, with the very idea that he would be bad.
Miss Gray, who claims the test has left her "traumatized", was also worried about their harm and felt guilty of her friend's pain.
On the way to recovery, Mr Marsden "couldn't wait" to be born again and assume that his frequent erection meant that his penis was healed.
But he adds that the "first time" was painful.
The couple who had previously had intercourse have had sex twice since the incident.
Mr. Marsden is also concerned that the penis fracture is damaged by his fertility because he hopes to one day start a family with Miss Gray.
"I'm definitely more attentive in the future," he said. "We have to be softer, because I can't afford to make it happen again."
The couple is now worried about waiting for the upcoming hospital appointment, where they will find out if the fracture has prevented their hopes.
In the picture to the left and to the right before the attempt, Mr Marsden was active but left the hospital just to walk the day after surgery to repair damaged muscles and urethra
Mr Marsden, who is hoping to start a family with Miss Gray, is worried about his fertility. The couple has only been twice since birth