A woman who used a catheters in her vagina to inject drugs with a catprobe has been left in an induced coma.
The woman was taken to the hospital by ambulance after doctors found the catheter in her pelvic cavity.
A catheter is a flexible tube used to insert an intravenous needle into the vagina.
Doctors found the woman’s vagina had been injected with catheber fluid and had developed a hole.
The catheter was inserted through the hole and had formed a vaginal canal, causing the woman to be unconscious for several hours.
The emergency room doctor said the woman was in a “very, very serious” condition.
The patient is currently recovering.
The hospital said it had no further information on the patient’s condition.