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Woman, 29, needs dildo surgically removed from her BLADDER

Woman, 29, needs dildo removed from her BLADDER after accidentally pushing 10cm-long, 2.5cm-wide sex toy into wrong hole

  • EXCLUSIVE: 29-year-old went to hospital due to pain when passing urine
  • She revealed that she had put a crystal dildo into her urethra by mistake

A woman had to have a dildo removed from her bladder after accidentally inserting it into the wrong hole. 

The 29-year-old, from Israel, showed up at an emergency unit complaining of discomfort when passing urine and abdominal pain.

She revealed that she had put a crystal dildo into her urethra — the tube that allows urine to exit the body — during sex by mistake.

Despite spending ‘a few hours’ trying to remove the object, which was nearly 10cm long (4 inches) and 2.5cm wide (1 inch), she had been unable to get it back out. 

The unidentified 29-year-old, from Israel, showed up at an emergency unit complaining of discomfort when passing urine and abdominal pain. She revealed that she had put a crystal dildo into her urethra ¿ the tube that allows urine to exit the body ¿ during sex by mistake

The unidentified 29-year-old, from Israel, showed up at an emergency unit complaining of discomfort when passing urine and abdominal pain. She revealed that she had put a crystal dildo into her urethra — the tube that allows urine to exit the body — during sex by mistake

The patient underwent an ultrasound and X-ray (pictured), which show that the dildo, measuring 9 by 2.5cm (3.5 by 1 inch), had become stuck, horizontally, in her bladder

The patient underwent an ultrasound and X-ray (pictured), which show that the dildo, measuring 9 by 2.5cm (3.5 by 1 inch), had become stuck, horizontally, in her bladder

Doctors at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem treated the women, who wasn’t identified.

The medics believe it is the ‘widest object’ that has ever been removed this way — with the previous record reported being 2.4cm wide.

The woman underwent an ultrasound and X-ray, which showed the dildo was stuck, horizontally, in her bladder.

Medics gave the woman, who had inserted the dildo for ‘sexual gratification’, antibiotics though an IV drip.

They performed  cystoscopy — a procedure that sees a long thin tube, with a small camera attached to the end, inserted through the urethra — in a bid to remove it.

While the patient was under general anaesthetic, doctors passed a surgical tool called a ‘grasper’ through the tube to pull the dildo from her bladder via the urethra. 

The woman was discharged the same day after doctors confirmed she could pass urine as normal. 

Writing in the journal Urology Case Reports, the medical team said foreign bodies in the urinary tract — such as the urethra and bladder — are ‘quite rare’.

It is usually a result of self-insertion, ‘inquisitiveness’ or mental disorder, they said. 

Medical reports show that a ‘diverse’ range of objects have been extracted from the urinary tract and doctors are often forced to perform ‘improvised’ techniques to remove them, the doctors wrote.

Along with the patient’s complaints of difficulties passing urine and abdominal pain, other symptoms can include blood in the urine, inability to urinate and swollen genitals.

Case reports suggest that only around half of cases can be resolved through a cystoscopy, with the more risky cases — such as those with a larger object or involving an older patient — requiring surgery.

The dangers of putting objects into the urethra

Medical cases of putting objects into the urethra are rare. 

But doctors say a ‘diverse’ range of objects have been extracted from the urinary tract, from a crystal dildo to glass tumbler.

It is usually a result of self-insertion for sexual pleasure, ‘inquisitiveness’ or mental disorder, medics say.

Symptoms can include difficulties passing urine, abdominal pain, blood in the urine, inability to urinate and swollen genitals.

And it can lead to inflammation, infection, scarring, a lack of bladder control and a fistula – an abnormal pathway between two organs.

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