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Man Accidentally Cuts Off His M@nho0d After Smoking Cannab!s

A man cut off his pen!s as he suffered a psychotic episode after smoking cannab!s, a new medical case study has revealed.

According to the case study report published by the Journal of Medical Case Reports, the individual, aged 23, from Thailand, had used cannab!s for two years before quitting the habit.

Three months later, he smoked 2g of cannab!s and experienced an er£ction two hours later, without any form of s£xual stimulation.

He reportedly started feeling a severe persistent sharp pain in his pen!s, and said his glans looked distorted.

The man, thinking he could stop the pain, decided to trim the glans pen!s several times using scissors – but then completely amputated his pen!s.

Two hours after, the bleeding had not stopped and the man had to be rushed to hospital.

Doctors believed the p£n!s was too damaged to save and all the dead skin and flesh had been removed.

The doctors said the amputated part was contaminated with ants, while the remaining stump was 2 cm in length.

‘After admission and cannabis discontinuation, his delusion and hallucination subsided’, the report said.

The report stated that cannab!s-induced psychosis was diagnosed because symptoms began after cannab!s use, without evidence of other substance abuse.

Lead author of the study, Nantanan Jengsuebsant, from the Department of Emergency Medicine, noted cannab!s has been widely used around the world for medical and recreational purposes but the man’s experience was a rare case.

Cannab!s does exhibits many adverse effects, including psychosis, the report added.

The research team concluded: ‘Cannab!s-induced psychosis is an adverse effect of cannab!s, which may lead to impaired judgement unexpected self-harm.’

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