'Sharp pain': Couple's night ends with shocking find in woman's body

A couple’s romantic night took a painful turn when a sex toy inexplicably ended up inside a woman’s bladder.

The anonymous Arizona woman said she wore her Vesper Vibrator Necklace out to dinner with her boyfriend before using the toy together when they returned home.

She said they were using the vibrator, made by Crave, on the outside of her body as recommended when it suddenly disappeared.

“I moved and out of nowhere I just felt a really sharp pain,” she said told KMOV4.

A couple’s romantic night took a painful turn when a sex toy inexplicably ended up inside a woman’s bladder. Source: KMOV4

When she asked her boyfriend where the vibrator was, he said he didn’t know. 

“First reaction was panic because I had just lost something inside of me that was still going off,” she told the publication. 

“Every time it went off it was like my entire abdomen was vibrating.”

The couple rushed to the emergency room, where staff conducted several pelvic exams but were still unable to find the toy. 

The woman was forced to have the sex toy, with can be worn as a necklace, surgically removed from her bladder. Source: KMOV4

They later requested the help of gynaecologist Dr Greg Marchand, who was stunned to discover it lodged in her bladder.

He said the toy had somehow gone through her urethra and had to be surgically removed. 

The woman said she is now planning to sue Crave for not placing a warning on the Vesper’s packaging – and is staying away from sex toys.  

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