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i think my boyfriends penis is permanently bent. why?

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Dr. Laurence Levine
40 years experience Urology
May be congenital: A bent penis can be congenital (born with it-known as chordee) or acquired usually triggered by an injury to the erect penis (but not always). If he has always had a curved penis this can be readily fixed surgically if the deformity causes a problem physically or psychologically. Peyronie's disease is the acquired scarring of the penis that can cause curve, shortening, indentation and ed>.
Answered on Oct 30, 2015
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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
?Born with or not: Boys can be born with congenital chordee (usually downward bent penis), or a deviated penis. Can occur by itself or as part of hypospadias or epispadias which was either partially corrected surgically or not. Most cases are correctable by a reconstructive urologist. Peyronie's disease is acquired, causes an upward bend or curve and has a hard subcutaneous plaque. Possibly correctable.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016
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