Man Ends Up In Hospital After Injecting Semen To Cure Back Pain

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In a report from the Irish Medical Journal, it states how the man got a sudden onset of lower back pain after lifting a heavy steel object and from that devised the idea of his weird "treatment". The man, who had been suffering from regular bouts of backache throughout is life, made a decision to take matters into his own hands, purchased a hypodermic needle online and started injecting himself with his own semen.

The author of the report, Dr. Lisa Dunne, wrote that there was no internet source claiming that semen injections could cure back pain.

A 33-year-old man was hospitalized in Dublin for treatment of an abscess after he regularly injected himself with his own semen for 18 months as an alternative treatment for back pain.

It's safe to say the semen did nothing to cure his back pain.

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According to the doctors who reported the case, the man had been complaining about a severe, sudden onset of backache after lifting a heavy steel object.

An intravenous antimicrobial drip was used to treat the man and his condition improved, but he opted to discharge himself without allowing doctors to make an incision and drain the "collection" of fluid. The IMJ report said he devised the "cure" independent of any medical advice.

This time around, he had injected three "doses" of semen, entering both his blood vessels and his muscles.

The area around where he had been injecting himself had become swollen as soft tissue had become inflamed with his injections due to failed intravenous injections attempts.

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An x-ray of the mans arm.

"The case also demonstrates the risks involved with medical experimentation prior to extensive clinical research", Dunn wrote.

The only past examples of semen injections mentioned in the journal were experiments done by injecting human ejaculate into rats and rabbits.

The patient was treated with an intravenous antimicrobial drip, but he chose to discharge himself without allowing doctors to drain the "local collection", the news outlet reported.

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