Fish urine penis

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Doctors treating a year-old boy from India were shocked to find a 2cm long fish had "slipped" up his penis and into his bladder. Doctors treating a 14 year old boy from India were shocked to find a 2cm long fish had "slipped" up his penis and into his bladder. The patient, who was admitted to hospital with complaints of pain, dribbling urine and acute urinary retention spanning a hour period, gave an interesting explanation. Details of the case, which was documented in The Internet Journal of Urology, have revealed that the patient claimed that the fish "slipped" into his penis while he was maintaining his aquarium.

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