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Penis Captivus

Man Get stuck inside a woman in Kisii county

Man Gets stuck inside a woman in Kisii c

The incident of a cheating wife and her lover in Kisii county, Kenya  served as quite the entertainment to the crowd which gathered thrilled to witness a what they call ‘Ni kama Ndrama, Ni Kama Nvideo’ situation. This happened after the husband asked a witch doctor to curse his wife’s private parts when he suspected her for cheating. What was supposed to be a passionate randevú turned into an embarrassment and agony when the couple realised they could not pull away from one another. Defeated and hopeless, they started screaming for help as they became more and more desperate to unlock. This prompted the prying crowd who were not much there to help but rather satisfy their curiosity.

Quite unbelievable I know, but I did not make it up, it was all in the news.

As a scientist, I am not a firm believer of witchcraft. Although witchcraft is mentioned in religion, many are convinced that these things are all in people’s imagination. As a doctor, let me just stick to my science and conclude that this is a case of Penis Captivus. It’s a rare medical condition, but it still does happen.

What is Penis Captivus?

Penis Captivus is a rare medical condition that occurs during sexual intercourse in which the muscles in the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual (a form of vaginismus), making it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina.

It is more common in animals, and we see it occurring much more frequent in dogs.

Penis Captivus

How does Penis Captivus happen?

The penis is filled with blood during erection. When a woman has an orgasm, her pelvic muscles go through a series of contractions. Sometimes, the contractions cause the vaginal walls to clamp down on the penis, making it difficult for the man to withdraw the erect penis from the vagina.

What to do when it happens

Luckily, Penis Captivus last a few seconds most of the times. Once the woman finishes with her orgasm, the contractions causing Penis Captivus stops and the man can withdraw. Also after the man ejaculates, blood leaves his penis and he loses his erection and should be able to withdraw from the vagina.

Should you ever find Penis Captivus happening, then both you and your partner need to relax and take the focus off the intercourse or anything sexy. This allows blood to leave the penis as the man loses his erection while the woman’s pelvic floor muscles relaxes hence not clenching on the shaft.

What am saying is, this is the part that for once in your life you think about baseball, badminton, football…just anything that would take your mind off sex during intercourse.

On the bright side, there are only few documented cases in which couple needed medical attention.

Unless you are a dog, it’s highly unlikely you will ever experience Penis Captivus. You have a better chance of winning the lottery than experiencing Penis Captivus and most definitely, a witch doctor is not going to help you from Penis Captivus!

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