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A woman has spoken about how she got a vibrator stuck up her bum doing sex with her boyfriend. Emma Phillips, a student teacher from Wallasey Merseyside, had used the vibrator during intercourse with her partner when it disappeared.

Initially, she thought that her boyfriend was playing a prank on her and had hidden the vibrator under a pillow. However, she felt a buzzing inside when she pressed down on her stomach.

The couple attempted to remove the vibrator themselves with a fork handle and then barbecue tongs, but they were unable to do so. Eventually, she was taken to hospital to have the sex toy removed.

Ms Phillips said: "We were looking around the bed in case it had fallen out. When I leaned on my stomach I could feel it vibrating - it was stuck low down and at one point was even wedged behind my hip."

The couple said that after trying to remove the sex toy for an hour - at one point Ms Phillips' boyfriend could feel it but didn't manage to pull it out - they were both a bit shocked that this could happen.

While she found it funny at first, both Ms Phillips and her boyfriend soon realised how serious the situation was and that medical help would be needed to remove the vibrator.

"We’d both been drinking the night before so we couldn’t drive. I had to make the most embarrassing call to the ambulance at 7am.

"The call handler said ‘tell me exactly what the problem is’ so I had to tell him."

Once she was at the hospital, Ms Phillips was rushed into a room for observations and taken for an X-ray. Doctors found that the vibrator - which was still buzzing - was too high up to remove manually while she was awake as the procedure would be too painful.

"I think at that point it started getting quite serious. The doctors were really good – they all moved quite quickly and were so reassuring telling me they saw it quite often which was quite a relief," continued Ms Phillips.

"At first we were jokey about it but then realised it wasn’t much of a joke especially when there was talk of going through my stomach if they couldn’t get it."

She was told that if they were unable to extract it, it could mean they would have to remove some of the bowel, which would mean she'd need a colostomy bag for at least six months. In the end, the doctors managed to extract the toy manually, even offering it to Ms Phillips as a keepsake afterwards - which she declined.

Ms Phillips has spoken out to let people know that it is important to discuss embarrassing medical issues and seek help if they experience a similar predicament.