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An X-ray shows the balls in the man's bladder after he has inserted them into his body

Shocking X-ray shows 28 magnetic beads that are in the bladder of a man after the 58-year-old had them in his penis while he was dreaming & # 39;

  • Doctors in China have removed the bundle of small metal balls from the patient
  • The man said he could not remember that he had put them in because he did it in his dream
  • He initially refused to seek medical help, hoping to pass on the beads himself
  • Other patients have put wooden sticks or drip tubes in their private rooms
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A man in China inserted 28 magnetic beads into his bladder after inserting them into his genitals.

The 58-year-old claimed that he could not remember that he had put the metal balls in his private, according to reports.

He told doctors that he was dreaming when the incident happened.

An X-ray shows the balls in the man's bladder after he has inserted them into his body

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An X-ray shows the balls in the man's bladder after he has inserted them into his body

The patient initially told his doctor that he had inserted a ball into his urethra, but the medic was surprised to see dozens of small metal beads inside him during a medical scan

The patient initially told his doctor that he had inserted a ball into his urethra, but the medic was surprised to see dozens of small metal beads inside him during a medical scan

The patient initially told his doctor that he had inserted a ball into his urethra, but the medic was surprised to see dozens of small metal beads inside him during a medical scan

The middle-aged man is said to have put the popular toy inside himself on Saturday.

He initially refused to seek medical help.

& # 39; He thought he could pass them by, but one day he passed and it didn't work & said, "Dr. Yin Chuanmin of the Daxing Hospital in the city of Xi & # 39; an."

& # 39; What's worse, he had trouble peeing, so he came to us right away, & # 39; he explained Shaanxi TV.

Surgeons took a total of 28 magnetic beads (photo) from the man after they had removed them from his genitals with the help of a magnetic ring
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Surgeons took a total of 28 magnetic beads (photo) from the man after they had removed them from his genitals with the help of a magnetic ring

The small orbs (pictured) are popular toys in the country

The small orbs (pictured) are popular toys in the country

Surgeons removed a total of 28 magnetic beads (left) from the man after they had been removed from his genitals with a magnetic ring. The small orbs (right) are popular toys in the country

Dr. Yin said the patient initially claimed to have inserted only one bead into his urethra.

However, after an X-ray scan, the medic was surprised to find a & # 39; to see. He said the small orbs had entered the patient's bladder and had gathered.

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Images released by Pear Video shows that the beads had attracted each other and grouped in the patient.

Dr. Yin said the objects were each two millimeters wide and magnetic.

Dr. Yin, who treated the man, said his previous patients had inserted wooden sticks, pen caps, and infusion tubes into their urethra. The medic warned the public of such behavior

Dr. Yin, who treated the man, said his previous patients had inserted wooden sticks, pen caps, and infusion tubes into their urethra. The medic warned the public of such behavior

Dr. Yin, who treated the man, said his previous patients had inserted wooden sticks, pen caps, and infusion tubes into their urethra. The medic warned the public of such behavior

Surgeons have removed the man's colorful beads through microsurgery. They took them from his genitals with the help of a magnetic ring.

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The man would recover well.

Dr. Yin said the patient could have suffered severe bladder perforation or cystitis.

& # 39; We have previously received patients who have inserted wooden sticks, pen caps, and infusion tubes into their urethra, & # 39; he said.

The medic warned the public of such behavior.

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