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Most have probably experience pain caused by urinary tract infection (UTI).

It is an infection in any part of your urinary system — your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Most infections involve the lower urinary tract — the bladder and the urethra, Mayo Clinic explained.

However, a Tunisian woman who doctors thought was suffering from UTI turned out to be an issue caused by something more.

After undergoing scans, doctors were surprised to find that there was a piece of glass found inside her bladder. It was encased in an 8 cm-wide bladder stone, so small that it would have been impossible to spot them using the naked eye.

It turns out that the woman used a drinking glass as a sex toy some years before. She allegedly inserted into the urethral, the hole where females urinate from, rather than the vagina. The case was published in a medical journal where the actual scan and image of the glass and bladder stone could be found.

The woman may have been practicing urethral sounding. This was not mentioned in the said a medical report.

For those who may not know, this risky activity involves inserting a glass or object into the urethra – the tube that urine passes through – to “heighten sexual pleasure and arousal.”

Doctors have reportedly received reports of such with people allegedly placing things there either due to mental health issues or for pleasure. However, it should be noted that such a practice is not recommended.

“The motivations most frequently associated with the presence of foreign bodies within the bladder are of a sexual or erotic nature,” the report read.

“Various objects have been inserted into the bladder and many patients fail to remove them themselves and are very embarrassed to seek medical advice, which is the origin of a clinical picture which is most often atypical which occurs in a patient particular terrain,” it added.

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