Doctors try to fish out bizarre object from teen's intestine… so can YOU ... trends now

Doctors try to fish out bizarre object from teen's intestine… so can YOU ... trends now
Doctors try to fish out bizarre object from teen's intestine… so can YOU ... trends now

Doctors try to fish out bizarre object from teen's intestine… so can YOU ... trends now

Doctors try to fish out bizarre object from teen's intestine Australian surgeons unsuccessfully used six devices to try to remove it These included a suction cup, medical net and a quad-prong grasper 

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At first glance, its white, curved appearance may make you think it's an egg. But it's not.

The object got trapped in a teen's intestine after he put it in his anus — and doctors struggled to get it out.

The 14-year-old, from Australia, panicked when he realised he couldn't retrieve it or push it out.

A fourteen-year-old boy was given laxatives after doctors struggled to remove a golf ball (X-ray pictured) he had shoved in his bum

A fourteen-year-old boy was given laxatives after doctors struggled to remove a golf ball (X-ray pictured) he had shoved in his bum 

Doctors tried to remove the golf ball (X-ray pictured) using six different retrieval devices, including a suction cup, medical net and prong grasper

Doctors tried to remove the golf ball (X-ray pictured) using six different retrieval devices, including a suction cup, medical net and prong grasper

He owned up about his blunder — which happened with a golf ball — to his mother, who whisked him to the nearest emergency department. 

Medics at the Royal Adelaide Hospital were told that it was not causing him any pain.

The boy, who wasn't identified, also confessed that he had unsuccessfully tried to expel the ball by defecating. 

X-ray scans showed it had

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