Tip of mans penis turns BLACK after he was bitten during sex – Daily Mail

Tip of man’s penis turns BLACK after he was accidentally bitten on the end of his member by his partner during sex

  • The 43-year-old, who wasn’t identified, is thought to be from Arizona 
  • Doctors revealed his ‘significant other accidentally bit him on the tip’
  • He did not seek help until five days after the injury, medics revealed 

A man’s penis turned partly black after he was bitten on the end of his member by his partner during sex.

The unidentified 43-year-old, who is thought to be from Arizona, didn’t seek help until five days after the injury.

Doctors did not detail how the injury happened, only revealing his ‘significant other accidentally bit him on the tip’.

The man went to hospital when he became concerned about the pain getting worse and the wounded tissue becoming darker.

The unidentified 43-year-old, who is thought to be from Arizona, didn't seek help for five days after the injury

The unidentified 43-year-old, who is thought to be from Arizona, didn't seek help for five days after the injury

The unidentified 43-year-old, who is thought to be from Arizona, didn’t seek help for five days after the injury

Medics at University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix noted how there was 3cm of black tissue on the end of the man’s penis.

It became necrotic, meaning cells and tissues had died. This often happens through infections or traumatic injuries, such as bites.

There was no pus in the man’s wound, according to the case published in the Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine.

MAN NEEDED THE END OF HIS PENIS CUT OFF BECAUSE OF RARE DISEASE 

A man had to have the end of his penis cut off because of a rare disease which blocked his circulation.

The unfortunate 43-year-old went to a hospital in South Australia for a routine dialysis appointment to treat his kidney failure.

But when doctors examined him they discovered he had gangrene on the tip of his penis.

The flesh had started to turn white with black spots and surgeons urgently had to slice off the dead skin to try and stop the gangrene from spreading.

He was left with a ‘penile stump’, the doctors wrote in a gruesome case report, but he was lucky to have survived a condition which kills around six in 10 patients.

Dr Marc Zosky, author of the report, revealed the man was given antibiotics – but did not confirm if he had caught an infection.

He did not need any surgery, and the patient had ‘complete resolution’ of his wound at a follow-up appointment one month later.

Dr Zosky wrote: ‘Patients bitten on the penis often do not seek immediate medical care, and the disease process often progresses.

‘Progression to skin ulceration and infection is common and requires careful wound care and antibiotic therapy.

‘In rare cases, bites can lead to life-threatening infections such as Fournier’s gangrene that require emergent surgical treatment.’

The gruesome tale comes after MailOnline revealed a Chinese man had part of his penis cut off by his wife.

The 31-year-old man triggered the wrath of his wife by having sex with someone else. She attacked his penis while he slept.

He suffered ‘massive bleeding’ and ‘penile amputation’ but medics worked quick which meant they could save his member and stitch it back on.

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