The 5-inch sex toy had been blocking the woman's bladder, making urine back up into the kidneys.
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A 38-year old Scottish woman suffering from sepsis, weight loss and urinary incontinence, was as shocked as her doctors at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary to find out the cause of her ailments.
X-rays showed she had 5-inch sex toy protruding into her bladder from her v*gina. After surgeons successfully removed the toy, the woman remembered it being used during a drunken night of sex 10 years ago.
Medics managed to repair damage caused by the sex toy.
Her official diagnosis was bilateral hydroureteronephrosis and vesicovaginal fistula (VVF), according to The Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Seventy-six full text articles were reviewed. There were no previously published cases of VVF following vaginal sex toy insertion. There are four cases of obstructive uropathy secondary to a vaginal FB in the literature: three pessaries and one plastic cap. There are 44 cases of VVF secondary to FB: 22 plastic caps (typically from aerosol bottles, inserted for masturbation or contraception) and 5 pessaries.
Source: New York Daily News