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    Penile Fracture
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    Torcal posted:
    We all understand, do we not, that a blunt force blow to an erect penis, or severe bending, can fracture it? It is usually caused during heterosexual intercourse but can occur in any situation where the erect penis is hit directly or bent in the extreme. Bondage and S&M guys take note.

    Rather than pass along second hand information I encourage all guys to Google it for themselves.
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    janice201149 responded:
    Traumatic penile injury can be due to multiple factors. Penile fracture, penile amputation, penetrating penile injuries, and penile soft tissue injuries are considered urologic emergencies and typically require surgical intervention.

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