Emergency room physicians often see patients who have stuck unusual things in unusual places. There's even a show called Sex Sent Me to the ER.
This one was a doozy even for that classy program, though, and threw Dr. Roger Goldenberg and his wife, Nurse Wendy Goldenberg, for a loop.
A woman came into the Kansas hospital where they work complaining about the pain in her nether regions caused by a vibrator she had deployed.
Wendy Goldenberg assumed that the woman's vibrator could only be stuck in the vagina or the anus. Well, it turns out that's not entirely accurate ...
"When [the patient] said, 'Neither one,' I knew there was something out of the ordinary," Wendy said of her patient. "She said, 'It's where I urinate.'"
"There is a little hole that's your urethra, and your urine comes out of it," she went on, recalling the strange exchange. "I said 'That's really impossible.'"
Was it, though?