Woman’s ‘Biting Vagina’ Leaves Lover Spouting Blood From His Penis

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A woman’s ‘vaginal wall’ cut through her partner’s penis very badly causing him to leave her.

It sounds like a situation born straight out of a horror film but we can assure you this is very real. A Facebook post from Theresa Bartram described the painful incident where, during sexual intercourse with her then-partner, her vaginal wall ‘bit’ through his manhood.

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According to Ms Bartram this came about as a result of a ‘simple’ TVM (transvaginal mesh) procedure, however as a result she said ‘it cut my partners penis through my vaginal wall’.

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Posted by Theresa Bartram on Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Yeah you read that right, her lady-parts turned into a Venus fly trap and almost bit her partner’s ‘thing’ clean off as well as leaving Theresa with some extremely unpleasant after effects.

Other than her partner leaving, she described a series of both physical and mental traumas that she says could’ve left her dead.

Theresa explains in Facebook post that she:

Became physically ill, experienced violent electric pains. [I was] told I was imagining it… saw psychologists n psychiatrists and told I was over anxious and if gps say I’m fine then I must be. I bloody wasn’t.

My white cells were always sky high. I could barely stay awake. I couldn’t think. Violent nerve pains in groin, perineum and down legs.

I eventually got a gp who heard my pleas n got me to a surgeon who took one look and confirmed it was meshed up down there.

He took it out just over a yr ago. Abdominal and vaginal cut. Big caesar scar.

I was full of pus. Smelled v bad for a long time. Foreign body response syndrome as well.

Womans Biting Vagina Leaves Lover Spouting Blood From His Penis 1175 facebook post | UNILAD

According her it looks like she may have ‘Fibromyalgia or MS or rheumatic disease’, furthermore she’s still ‘quite ill with too much pain’ and is ‘scared’ of doctor’s due to the experience.

However she’s now bravely using her Facebook account to bring awareness of the dangers of Polypropylene Transvaginal Mesh Procedures.

The procedure is performed to treat pelvic floor disorders such as pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence.

Let’s just hope that Theresa (and her former partner) both make full recoveries from what sounds like a genuinely terrifying experience.


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