The majority are teenagers or young adults, with young women outnumbering young men. They are of all races and backgrounds. Self-harm is also known as cutting self-mutilation , self-injury, and self-abuse. The most common practice used by people to self-harm is to cut either their arms or their legs. Other self-harm behaviors are: scratching, burning, picking scabs or interfering with wound healing, punching self or objects, infecting oneself, inserting objects into body openings, bruising or breaking bones, hair pulling, drinking harmful liquids like bleach or detergent, and others.
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Anorectal and urethral foreign body insertions polyembolokoilamania are not infrequent presentations to the ED. The motivations behind these insertions vary, ranging from autoeroticism to reckless behavior. These insertions can lead to major complications and even death. Though ED staff members are used to the unpredictability of human behavior, foreign body insertions bring a mixture of responses from the staff, ranging from awe and incredulousness to anger and frustration. A year-old man presented to the ED for evaluation of a foreign body in his rectum.