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The man is undergoing surgery to relieve an erection that lasted for 36 hours, “They told me that my penis was going to die’

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A 41-year-old Uk man is getting very candid about an experience that nearly cost him his manhood.

Elliot Rossiter, of Bristol, in England, was in the South West News Service (SWNS), is a British national, he was on a visit to friends in France, and then he’s suddenly developed an erection. However, he was not awakened at the time, ” he said.

“We were all sitting around and it came back on. I’ve been trying to get rid of it, but couldn’t do it,” he told SWNS by the “shameful” moment in time.

“It wasn’t sexual in any way, and I didn’t feel aroused.”

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After 19 hours of no relief, a friend took him to a local hospital. His penis was coated with an anti-inflammatory and steroid medications, according to SWNS. But, Rossiter continued to grow.

“I could barely walk, and I had more than doubled, [the pain],” he said. “It was an absolute agony.”

The Rossiter was a 36-hour erection, which is necessary to have an operation to relieve it.
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“I was scared to death,” he added. “I thought it was not going to be the way to go. I’ve never seen anything like that. It was bigger than a normal erection, and it wouldn’t stop the beat.”

“I couldn’t let that one dress get. That is, no matter how painful it was.”

Rossiter was then rushed to a local hospital. The doctors diagnosed him with priapism, or the “long-lasting erection of the penis, as well as the Mayo Clinic describes them. The condition is often not associated with sex or arousal. Rossiter needed an operation to alleviate the condition.

“They said, in fact, that my penis was going to die if I didn’t have an operation,” he told SWNS. “The blood just collected in my penis, and it is not allowed. I was very, very scared.”

“I’ve never experienced anything like that, and I don’t want to even try,” he said. (SWNS)

If left untreated, the tissues of the penis can be seriously damaged or even destroyed, according to Medical News Today.

The doctors cut a small hole at the base of Rossiter’s penis, the flow of blood into. The surgery was a success. Even though Rossiter was left with two small scars as a result of his manliness has been saved.

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There are three main types of priapism — ischemic, repetitive, and non-ischemic. In the majority of cases of ischemic, which occurs when blood is not able to leave the penis after an erection is, according to Medical News Today. The causes of the condition vary, but there are certain medications, such as antidepressants, blood thinners, medicines used for the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and can be used to treat erectile dysfunction, among other things, may lead to priapism. Illegal drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy, may also be the cause of it.

At the moment, Rossiter developed the priapism, and he was overcome by an addiction to painkillers, which he started with a skiing accident, ” he said. However, the exact cause of Rossiter in the event of priapism is unknown.

“I’ve never experienced anything like that, and I don’t want to even try,” Rossiter said.

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