Well this helps define what 'significant other' means. Good thing that he/she/it didn't have lockjaw.Man’s penis turns black after sex partner accidentally bites it
He nearly lost his fruit of the loom.
When a man’s lover accidentally chomped his penis during oral sex, it killed part of his member: A black wound immediately began spreading across the head, a case study published this week in the Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine reports.
“Approximately five days prior, his significant other accidentally bit him on the tip of the penis during sexual intercourse,” says lead study author Marc Zosky, a University of Arizona College of Medicine professor, in a statement. “Since the initial trauma, the patient noted the wound to be worsening in pain and became darker.”
The unnamed 43-year-old patient had no fever and was fine when he drove himself to the emergency room — save the dark mass of rotting tissue spreading across his phallus.
The “necrotic post-traumatic bite wound to the glans” resembled a rotting banana — or a scrawl of black Sharpie marker on the tip of his schlong.
Doctors admitted the man to the hospital, where the urology and infectious disease teams both took a look at his blackening tool and quickly treated him with intravenous antibiotics. There were no drainage issues associated with the wound, the study specifies, and the man was later discharged with an oral antibiotic prescription.
After a month, docs followed up with the patient and found he had made a full recovery with “minimal” deformity of his manhood.
[OA] Zosky M. Necrotic post traumatic bite wound to the glans penis. Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2020;18:100702. Necrotic post traumatic bite wound to the glans penis - ScienceDirect
A 43-year-old male presented to the emergency department with a painful wound to his glans penis. Approximately 5 days prior, his significant other accidentally bit him on the tip of the penis during sexual intercourse. Since the initial trauma, the patient noted the wound to be worsening in pain and became darker. On examination, a 3 cm well demarcated black necrotic wound without purulent drainage was present (Fig. 1). The patient was afebrile and otherwise well appearing.