We have heard stories of people being stuck together during sex. There is This incident that happened in a Kenyan hotel, “Explor-Inn hetole Bar.resto” about a month ago. Its about a cheating wife and her lover that got stucked during sex.
Unable to control the pain that came with their embarrassing situation, they both let out loud yells that attracted the neighbours.
These kind of stories are common in Africa. many people consider this to be done by witchcraft but there is a medical explanation for this.
This condition is called “Penis Captivus” it’s a rare occurrence in intercourse when the muscles in the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual, making it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina, though rare in human it’s more common in some animals like Dogs.
According to a 1979 article in the British Medical Journal, this condition was unknown in the twentieth century, but a subsequent letter to the same journal reported an apparent case of penis captivus in 1947.
The letter talked about a man Dr Brendan Musgrave who witnessed it in 1947 when he was a houseman at the Royal Isle of Wight County Hospital. According to the letter, Brendan Musgrave had seen a case of this seemingly rare condition. two young people, a honeymoon couple being carried on a single stretcher into the casualty department.
An anaesthetic was given to the female and they were discharged later the same morning.
It’s believed this phenomena may be caused by contractions of a woman’s muscles during orgasm. The vagina is lined with muscular ridges and when some women orgasm muscular ridges contract, which can presumably cause them to clamp down on the penis as well.
Should you ever find this actually happening, then both you and your lover need to relax and take the focus off of intercourse and anything sexy. This allows blood to leave the penis, so that he can withdraw more easily. And her pelvic floor muscles will also relax, as not to clench the shaft. If it doesn’t work then scream for help.