Doggy Style Is The Most Dangerous S*x Position — Study

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In a new study called the ‘relationship between s*xual position and severity of penile fracture’ from the International Journal of Impotence Research, doctors analysed which s*x positions were the most dangerous for men.

The study found that ‘doggy style’ s*x is the most dangerous, with 41 per cent of cases of penile fracture occurring as a result of using the position. Missionary, with the man on top, was in second place, as the cause behind 25 per cent of penile fracture cases, followed by s*x with the woman on top in third.

The researchers who worked on the study included R Barros, L Schulze, A A Ornellas, L Koifman and L A Favorito. They noted that doggy style s*x and missionary could cause equally serious penile fracture, while the woman being on top was the least dangerous. They said:

‘We do not observe differences between the severity of the penile fracture between the “doggy style” and “man-on-top”, but the “doggy style” had more severity of penile fracture when compared with “woman-on-top”.’

How does a pen!s fracture occur?

A penile fracture occurs when the appendage is subject to a sharp, blunt force trauma, which can occur during vigorous intercourse or masturbation. Since 1924, 1,600 cases have been recorded worldwide – roughly 16 instances per year, the Telegraph previously reported.

Researchers noted that in 50 per cent of cases, a gruesome cracking sound can be heard. Four in five male victims lost their erection. Those who have already been traumatised from breaking their pen!s are often left with erectile dysfunction problems and a lifetime of painful s*x.

Earlier this year, MailOnline reported on a man from southern China who was left in agony after breaking his pen!s during s*x with his wife. Doctors found that his pen!s was at an odd angle and was in a swollen shape that made it look like an eggplant.
He was diagnosed with a penile fracture after tearing a sponge-like erectile tissue called corpora cavernosa.

Blood flows into corpora cavernosa that runs along the pen!s and making it hard during an erection. The trick to stopping penile injuries is to thrust quite shallowly, according to Tracey Cox.

‘Holding your partner close to you using a grinding rather than thrusting motion will also reduce the risk’, she told MailOnline.

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