Weird News Alert: Vagina Bites Penis After Developing Teeth-Like Structures

A pleasurable activity for a British couple took a turn for the worst after the penis of the man was severely injured during intercourse. The man complained that it felt as if his penis had been bitten by the vagina of his lover and that some penile tissue was torn off thus causing him to experience pain. According to his female companion, Theresa Bartram, she felt as if her genitals had developed some sort of teeth which bit the penis of her partner when they were having fun. She further explained that his penis was spouting bright red blood which had even soiled their bedsheets, and this is indicative of an arterial damage which testifies to the extent of the injury suffered by the man.

The 50-year-old Ms. Bartram, who has one kid, traces her misfortune to an operation that was done some years ago to manage her stress incontinence. A native of Brighton, she describes her sexual life as rocky after she had a bladder surgery which ended up dampening her confidence in bedroom affairs. According to her description of the surgical procedure, it is definitive that she had a transvaginal tape (TVT) procedure where a tension-free vaginal tape was fitted inside her pelvic region.

Transvaginal Tape

Ms. Bartram developed stress incontinence after man and woman in bedshe gave birth to her child about 16 years ago. The childbirth process caused her bladder to prolapse which consequently led to her urethra to sag. The urethral sagging and prolapsed caused her to lose some of her voluntary control over her bladder muscles, and thus she could not prevent urine from leaking out. This involuntary urine release was triggered by any activity that exerted pressure on her bladder, including laughter and cough.

The urine leak caused her to feel embarrassed, and she avoided sex for about 7 years. Then, she sought professional assistance, and it was recommended that she undergoes a simple TVT procedure.

Her TVT procedure involved inserting a plastic mesh into her pelvis, and then loop the mesh around the urethra so that it creates a sort of slingshot that would lift the sagging urethra, along with her prolapsed bladder; and thus prevent eliminate the stress incontinence. The procedure was successful, and she returned to her daily activities shortly thereafter. She even enjoyed sex for about 2 years before disaster struck in 2009.

Grave penis injury

In 2009 while she was enjoying sex with her partner, the ragged ends of the plastic mesh protruded into her vagina and were hit by the head of the penis of her partner. This resulted in grave penile injury as her partner quickly ended the session while writhing in pain as his penis spouted blood.

Teeth of a Venus fly-trap

From then on, her partner approached their sexual session with extreme caution. Ms. Bartram explains that her partner was scared of engaging in sex with her, and she felt as if her vagina had developed teeth which could bite a penis. She even imputes that during sex, her partner approached her genitals as if it had become a venus flytrap while his penis was the bluebottle.

Deteriorating health

Theresa and her partner rarely had sex for about six months after the initial penis-biting experience. Shortly thereafter, they split. During this entire period, Theresa explained her problem to her doctors but they kept assuring her that the mesh was not responsible for her predicament. However, upon her insistence, along with deteriorating health, her doctors decided to remedy the situation by removing the mesh, but not after it had severely eroded her vaginal wall. Presently, she is recovering well.

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