Man’s Penis Snaps In Half During ‘Rough’ Sex Session

Our genitals contain some of the highest concentrations of nerve endings in our bodies, and that’s precisely why groin injuries are so painful. For one Florida man, a standard sex session turned into a complete and utter nightmare when he suffered what doctors call a penile contusion.

Proceed with caution!

10. Standard Session Gone Wrong

In September 2016, Steven Horden and his girlfriend Kiera Diss were enjoying each other’s company in bed—sex is a pretty standard thing for any pair of adults in a happy, healthy relationship, after all. The couple was in the midst of trying for a baby, but things soon took a turn…

9. The Right Position At The Wrong Time

“We were doing doggy style,” Steven said. “It was a little bit too frantic. I think we overdid a little.”

In the middle of sex, Steven’s penis jammed up and suffered a sort of break. There aren’t bones in the penis, of course, but erect tissue can still produce the same sounds and pain as any other fracture.

8. Bruised, Bent, And Horrible

“It’s nasty,” Steven described the incident. “The whole penis is bruised and bent and horrible. The doctors told me that only time will tell if I can still have children.” The 37-year-old told the Daily Mail that he immediately went to a hospital for emergency medical attention.

7. Lots Of Pain And Emergency Medical Attention

“Steve was in a lot of pain,” Kiera said. “I was in shock, I never imagined something like this would happen. I feel a bit guilty as I think it was my thrusting backwards that was half the cause of it.”

Upon arriving at the hospital, doctors inserted a catheter into his penis—and it got even worse before it got better…

6. Surprise Circumcision Is Never Good

A lot of English men are uncircumcised, and doctors had to complete a circumcision on Steven in order to give him the best hopes of recovery. He was instructed to avoid sex for six weeks in order to allow his body to heal the injuries. Of course, a man and his penis aren’t soon separated…

5. Trying Sex Anyway

“Kiera is gutted,” Steven explained. “We can’t have sex for six weeks. We did try last night but it was too painful.”

Up until here, Steven had just suffered a freak accident… But if doctors tell you to wait a month and a half before your next romp, for god’s sake, listen to them.

4. A Long, Painful Recovery

It can take months for the human body to heal the capillaries, veins, and arteries that supply blood to penile tissue, and recovery from a circumcision can take even longer. As such, it’s important to avoid sexual activity. Thin penile tissue can be susceptible to added injury during this recovery phase!

3. The Injuries Will Heal In Time

The couple still wants to enter parenthood, though, and it doesn’t sound like this will set them back. Without injury to the testicles, it looks like there could be a good prognosis for recovery.

“We were hoping that we might be able to have kids one day,” Kiera said.

2. Trying Too Hard, But There’s Still Hope

“We’d been sort of trying for the past six months,” she added. “I am worried now that we won’t be able to have children after trying too hard. Maybe this is fate telling us we shouldn’t.”

Probably not, though. The human body can make a remarkable recovery from even the worst injuries!

1. As For The Rest Of Us…

You’ll know immediately if you’ve experienced penile trauma, and if you do, you must visit a hospital immediately. Doctors will be able to identify your injury as well as a treatment plan.

Penile fractures and contusions are relatively rare, though. Just be mindful of your thrust and start slow in any new position!

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