Man ends up in intensive care after suffering a rare injury while masturbating

A MAN has been left in intensive care after suffering a rare injury while masturbating.

The 20-year-old man presented to the emergency room complaining chest pain and shortness of breath.

The image above shows the area separating the air-filled lungs

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The image above shows the area separating the air-filled lungsPhoto credit: ScienceDirect.com
The image above shows where the trapped air in the man's skull went

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The image above shows where the trapped air in the man’s skull wentPhoto credit: ScienceDirect.com

Upon arrival, he informed the medics that he was in bed masturbate when he first experienced the symptoms.

After an examination, the doctors found that the Swiss patient had a swollen face.

Eventually, medics determined he had sustained a lung injury — usually caused by fits of coughing or strenuous exercise.

He spent a night in intensive care and three days in the hospital while doctors tried to ease the pain.

The patient was diagnosed with “spontaneous” pneumomediastinum (SPM).

This is a condition where air leaks from the lungs and becomes lodged in the chest.

registered mail Radiological case reports The medics said the trapped air had spread to the man’s skull.

X-rays show the trapped air in the space between the chest and the pulmonary sacs.

The patient had a history of asthma but refused to smoke or use drugs.

The medics said the condition usually occurs in males, with an average age of 23.

Surgical treatment is rare and most patients receive a chest tube.

Fortunately, the experts said the chance of the condition recurring after treatment is only one percent.

The Swiss patient was hospitalized and given paracetamol and other medications until his chest pain and shortness of breath completely disappeared.

The medics added, “There are few reports of SPM associated with sexual activity and we could not find any cases associated with autoeroticism, making our case unusual.”

It’s important to note that SPM is a rare condition and is not usually life-threatening.

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Symptoms are usually sudden and severe and include shortness of breath, chest and neck pain, and vomiting.

This can also include difficulty swallowing and a hoarse voice.

If you are concerned you should speak to your GP, always call 999 in an emergency.

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