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Man almost dies after his penis gets stuck in a metal ring

With an aim to get enhanced sexual pleasure, this man used the 3mm metal ring found in his house which during the use slipped around his penis and got stuck. Doctors and the team from PWD had to follow a special procedure to save his life and organ.

Man almost dies after his penis gets stuck in a metal ring
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In a recently held 'weird' incident, a 40-year-old Mumbai resident was recently taken to JJ Hospital after he almost died as his penis got stuck in 3mm metal ring. Reports state that doctors had to follow a special procedure to save his life, and seek help from their own team, but also from Public Works Department (PWD) where they used their technical knowledge to cut the ring from the penis. 

 In order to remove the ring wrapped around the penis, the team from PWD used a gas metal cutter, and doctors from JJ Hospital claim that they had to perform an 'extremely complicated surgery' to save his organ and life. Currently, the man is said to be out of danger, but before he gets discharged, doctors will have to perform another surgery, said the ward from JJ’s urology. 

With an aim to get enhanced sexual pleasure, this man (on his friends' suggestion) used the 3mm metal ring found in his house, which during the use slipped around his penis and got stuck. The married man, now embarrassed, did not communicate the concern with his family hoping to get the penis out of the ring on his own. However, the pain increased as he was not able to urinate. He was then taken to JJ Hospital where doctors understood the seriousness of the matter. They identified that a gangrene was forming around the urethra as the ring had slipped to the base of his penis. 

Doctors confirmed that the initial efforts to cut the ring were not successful as the blood vessels on the penis were swollen. Talking about the same, Dr. Gite told Mumbai Mirror, “We realised a gas metal cutter was needed for the job but that’s not available at hospitals. We got in touch with an official from the PWD who contacted a private contractor around midnight. The surgery could begin after that. People risk their lives in a bid to enhance sexual pleasure. They need to be educated about the dangers of such unnatural acts."

Dr. Gite further said that the surgery was difficult, but the organ would be functional post the recovery.

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