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Authors Potretzke AM, Wong KS, Downs TM
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Journal Case Rep Urol Volume: 2013 Pages: 659582
Publish Date 2013
PubMed ID 23653880
PMC ID 3638681
Abstract

Male urethral “play” has been described for centuries. There are serious potential complications in this. We present a bizarre case of a variant of such play. A 49-year-old man presented with abdominal pain and incontinence. He had created a “neovagina” at the perineum for self-pleasure. The handle of a toilet brush was placed in the neovagina for self-pleasure but retracted into the bladder via a vesicoperineal fistula. An open cystotomy was performed to remove the foreign body.

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