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The Doctors welcome urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to discuss a cautionary tale of a man whose "sex game" landed him in the hospital and required him to have surgery.
They discuss the case of who reportedly place a small padlock in his urethra and the lock then made it's way into his bladder.
Dr. Spitz explains that this practice is often referred to as "sounding," but notes that it is usually done when trying to insert a catheter when someone is dealing with scar tissue in the urethra. He explains that for some people, this practice is done as part of a sexual act.
He shares that over the course of his career, he has seen cases where patients have had to undergo surgery to have their bladders opened up to remove the objects. In this case, the man reportedly had to have his bladder opened to remove the object.
The Doctors say this case is a great example that unless you are being treated for a medical issue by a professional, that the urethra was designed to be a "one-way street," and "exit only."