Nightmare In the ER; Sex Injuries!


When Sex Has Gone Too Wild (...And So Wrong).


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Have you ever wondered what could possibly go wrong during sex?
Actually a lot.
From minor to major injuries, that require a trip to the emergency room.
Something considered as a minor would be a pulled muscle, carpet burn, and a few bruises.

When The Vay-Vay has a Boo-Boo


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Even torn vagina tissue could be considered minor.
If your vagina is bleeding due to minor or major cuts, you should probably consider going to the GYN or emergency room, immediately.

A Broken Penis


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If you’re a dude, you risk the chance of a penile fracture, which means the rupture of the surrounding area of your penis.
Yep, ouch.
A penile fracture is pretty common, actually. And it could happen in different ways. Nevertheless, injuries like that can happen when both parties are highly intoxicated. Oftentimes, the body is dehydrated and doesn’t produce enough moisture to keep the juices flow.


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Therefore foreplay is so important. Otherwise, the idea of “rough sex” becomes as rough, as carpet burns, which are also pretty common.
But a “dry period” is not the only reason, an accident like that can happen. A penile fracture can easily happen if too much force is put in and it doesn’t end up in the right hole, but more so gets rammed into the partner's leg.
And if you’re not surprised by now, you’ll be.
Accidents mostly occur in odd settings and locations, your body isn’t really used to. Such as staircases, showers, kitchen tables and park benches. Your safest place is probably the bed. The only thing that can happen there would be some bruises like falling from the bed or getting your head slammed on the bed frame. No biggie.

The Bermuda Triangle


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Getting foreign objects stuck in either hole is probably the most common and the most uncomfortable, not to mention, most life-threatening one if left untreated.
Although losing a condom or forgetting a tampon in your private parts happens a lot, it can be taken care off by yourself or your partner.
You can sit down in a comfortable position with a mirror handy and try to relax your muscles. Once you’re relaxed, try and reach in with your clean fingers or your partner can help you with that. You should be able to feel the string of the tampon or the condom easily.
But if for some reasons it’s unreachable you don’t want to leave it in there for too long, to prevent infections such as TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) which can be life-threatening. Seek your GYN or the emergency room right away, despite the feeling of embarrassment, they are immune to cases like that.
For some reasons, there are more men than women who get delivered into the ER with foreign objects stuck in their rectum, such as a bottle of aspirin taped to a dildo.


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However, there are other objects that can disappear in the human “Bermuda Triangle.” Light bulbs, screwdrivers, deodorant aerosol canister, hair brushes, pencils, as well as the generic dildo or vibrator which are common finds.
Women, on the other hand, have the tendency to also put avocados in their vagina’s, probably because of their aphrodisiac components. Or other fruits, if they suffer from “Vitamin D” deficiency.
Nevertheless, the most out of the ordinary items found would be a cement-type base, a 27-year-old guy, injected himself via a glue-gun, straight into his rectum.
Followed by a homeless guy who didn’t just have one item, but 30 items purposely put into his behind, almost like he used it as a safe to store things. Found in his rectum were; 17 round blue pills, one cigarette, six matches, one flint, one empty syringe with an eraser over the needle, one lip balm container, one additional unused condom, a receipt from CVS pharmacy and a paper coupon all put inside a condom.

Unusual Blowjobs


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Where blowjobs are a great way to get the party started and keep the blood flowing so the mister can be on his best performance, they can also end up with a bleeding trunk. There are cases reported where the woman accidentally bit off the head of the penis or bit his part badly enough it needed medical attention. Incidents often occur if the partner wears braces or doesn’t know how to properly give a “blowjob.”

Death By Sex
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This risky sexual behavior won’t necessarily put you in the ER, but straight to the morgue. “Bondage play” gone terribly wrong.
“Erotic Asphyxiation” is when someone controls their breath while either masturbating or being choked during sex. This can oftentimes end fatally.
BDSM (Bondage, Domination, Submission, Masochism) on the other hand, that includes knife play can get dangerous if you DON’T know what you’re doing. Therefore it’s important to consider precautions if you really need to play with knives outside the kitchen.


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Whatever you engage in sexually, make sure you know what you’re doing and if it doesn’t feel comfortable to you or your partner, you should probably stop. And if it’s too late - not as late as being six-feet under - but if you’re alive and in pain after sex; seek medical attention right away.