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An Eel Conceived Solution

A Chinese man nearly died after allegedly inserting a wiggling 16-inch eel into his backside to treat his constipation. We all been there am I right?

The live fish tore through the man’s intestines before dying and getting stuck in his abdomen for a week, doctors said.

The unnamed patient, said to be in his 50s, claimed he decided to use the creature to solve his bowel problems after following a folk remedy.   A Chinese man nearly died after allegedly inserting a wiggling 16-inch eel into his backside to treat his constipation. The picture shows an X-ray scan of the patient in southern China+3

A Chinese man nearly died after allegedly inserting a wiggling 16-inch eel into his backside to treat his constipation. The picture shows an X-ray scan of the patient in southern China The patient fully recovered after medics removed the dead fish from the man’s belly, according to a social media post from the hospital. The dead eel is pictured after it was removed in China+3

The patient fully recovered after medics removed the dead fish from the man’s belly, according to a social media post from the hospital. The dead eel is pictured after it was removed in China

The news came to light after the man sought medical attention at the Huangjiang Hospital in Dongguan, Guangdong province, due to severe abdominal pain. 

He has fully recovered after medics removed the dead fish from the man’s belly during emergency surgery, according to a social media post from the hospital

Dr Li from the hospital told the local media: ‘[We] suspected that there was a foreign object in his abdominal cavity from a CT scan. But we couldn’t tell where it came from.’

The patient then underwent an emergency abdominal operation after his condition became life-threatening, the medic said.

The surgeons were shocked to discover the dead eel while conducting the surgery.

I’m sure they were.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8446579/Chinese-man-colon-torn-apart-16-inch-live-eel-sticking-rear.html

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