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Surgeons in Scotland were in for a major surprise when they pulled a 10-year-old, five-inch sex toy from a woman’s vagina.

Yep. That happened.

The 38-year-old woman arrived at the hospital complaining of severe weight loss and shaking. She also experienced mild incontinence for a few weeks. But upon further inspection, doctors found the culprit — an object sticking into her bladder from her vagina.

From the Daily Mail:

Surgical removal of the item at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary revealed it to be a five inch (11cm)-long sex toy.

Medical staff were even more taken back when the woman revealed she had used the sex toy with her partner ten years ago.

She also admitted she was under the influence of alcohol at the time – and claimed she couldn’t remember removing it or not.

The woman had a normal IQ, no signs of depression or psychosis and had not been subject to any abuse, according to the case report.

But the sex toy had caused her potentially life-threatening damage.

The woman suffered from rare “vesicovaginal fistula” – an abnormal tract which allows urine to flow into the vagina. She also had an obstructive uropathy, where a blockage in the bladder causes urine to back up into the kidneys.

One doctor at the hospital, who was not willing to comment on the patient’s specific case, confirmed it was highly unusual for such a large foreign object to go unnoticed in the majority of instances – by patients or their partners.

This is because the vagina is full of nerve endings and is extremely sensitive, he says.

Our thoughts exactly. But hey, sometimes things get misplaced. We guess.

SOURCE: Daily Mail | PHOTO CREDIT: Journal of Sexual Medicine

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