Can you really break a penis?

If you saw Thursday nights episode of Grey’s Anatomy, then you watched as McSteamy seemed to have broken his penis while engaging in some playtime with the younger Grey sister [tisk, tisk]. I am sure a few of you women, and I am sure some very frightened men thought to themselves “What?! Can you really break a penis?” You sure can! Although there is no bone in the penis, it contains two corpi cavernosum, masses of spongy erectile tissue that fills with blood to give the man an erection, and when bent to far, they can rupture. This usually occurs when the woman is on top, the man slips out, and she comes down on top of it. In an event that this does happen, blood from the ruptured corpus leaks into the inter-cellular spaces within the penis, causing a bruise. Bleeding outside the penis, however, is rare.

I could go into the dirty details of how to heal a penis, but I dont think that would be very appealing to most. Lets just say, surgery, a 21-gauge needle, and peeling the penis skin back like a banana is involved. 

Be careful with your McSteamy ladies! xoxo kaity


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