D-oggy style is the most dangerous s-ex position — Study

In a new study called the ‘relationship between s-exual position and severity of p-enile fracture’ from the International Journal of Impotence Research, doctors analysed which s-ex positions were the most dangerous for men.

The study found that ‘d-oggy style’ s-ex is the most dangerous, with 41 per cent of cases of p-enile fracture occurring as a result of using the position. Missionary, with the man on top, was in second place, as the cause behind 25 per cent of penile fracture cases, followed by s-ex with the woman on top in third.

The researchers who worked on the study included R Barros, L Schulze, A A Ornellas, L Koifman and L A Favorito. They noted that d-oggy style s=ex and missionary could cause equally serious penile fracture, while the woman being on top was the least dangerous. They said:

‘We do not observe differences between the severity of the p-enile fracture between the “d-oggy style” and “man-on-top”, but the “d-oggy style” had more severity of p-enile fracture when compared with “woman-on-top”.’

How does a p-enis fracture occur?

A p-enile fracture occurs when the appendage is subject to a sharp, blunt force trauma, which can occur during vigorous intercourse or m-asturbation. Since 1924, 1,600 cases have been recorded worldwide – roughly 16 instances per year, the Telegraph previously reported.

Researchers noted that in 50 per cent of cases, a gruesome cracking sound can be heard. Four in five male victims lost their e-rection. Those who have already been traumatised from breaking their p-enis are often left with e-rectile dysfunction problems and a lifetime of painful s-ex.

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Earlier this year, MailOnline reported on a man from southern China who was left in agony after breaking his p-enis during s-ex with his wife. Doctors found that his p-enis was at an odd angle and was in a swollen shape that made it look like an eggplant.
He was diagnosed with a p-enile fracture after tearing a sponge-like e-rectile tissue called corpora cavernosa.

Blood flows into corpora cavernosa that runs along the penis and making it hard during an e-rection. The trick to stopping penile injuries is to thrust quite shallowly, according to Tracey Cox.

‘Holding your p-artner close to you using a grinding rather than th-rusting motion will also reduce the risk’, she told MailOnline.