Penile fracture refers to breakage of the tunica albuginea, which is the membrane covering the corpus cavernosum. This surrounds the two “organs,” which, when filled with blood, allows the erection. Usually, this kind of trauma is caused by the sudden flexion of the penis against its own axis. A forced and unnatural movement of the erect penis incorrectly stretches the connective tissue covering the corpus cavernosum causing it to break. For example, it could happen when strong pressure exerted on the penis by the woman’s pelvic or vaginal muscles during penetration.
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