So what happens when you break your dick
Can you break your dick?
While it can’t literally “break”—there’s no bone in your boner—your penis can rupture, says Erik P. Castle, M.D., a urologist at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. “Your penis has two encased sponges that sit next to each other and become engorged when you’re aroused. During vigorous sex, the outer lining can rip.” If you feel sudden pain, do not try to ride it out: You risk impotence or chronic deformity. Instead, head straight to an emergency room, where you’ll be treated to reduce swelling, eliminate any blood clots, and repair the damaged area, says Dr. Castle. Of course, it’s better to spare your rod in the first place.
How? Don’t bend it too far at the base. That’s why the woman-on-top position (conventional or reverse cowgirl) can be risky (but rewarding!); she can create excessive torque on your penis if she leans too far forward or back. The same risk exists with rear-entry vaginal intercourse. And be careful outside the bedroom—unconventional locations are commonly mentioned by penile-fracture patients, a University of Maryland study reports.
Below are some very graphic pictures of dicks that have suffered some injury, there is no gore but lots of very odd looking dicks. This really shows that there is NO normal look and size!
Most of the time to fix these injuries, means penis surgery to fix the tunica albuginea (the broken membrane) and “save” erectile and urinary capabilities. You need to get examined, right away or you could be left with a permanently curved johnson or some sort of erectile dysfunction.
Have a look below and share with your friends, do not suffer in silence. No matter what it looks like your doctor will have seen something like it before, and the earlier you get it checked the better!