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Curved Or Bent Penis During Erection
Curved penis: Possibly Peyronie’s disease. Please see an urologist for further assistance ...Read more
I am experiencing slow or weak urine stream, difficulty starting urine stream, penile discharge, curved or bent penis during erection and retracte...
Here are some...: Without more specifics & relevance of all symptoms + proper physical exam, it is hard to deduce right diagnosis. However, perusing the info from articles listed in http://sick-ask. Com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble. Html will help you on how to work closely with doc so to reach right diagnosis for right treament. As to penile curvature at erection, it could be normal for you if nothing new or worsening. ...Read more
I suddenly experienced erectile dysfunction and curved or bent penis during erection after having manustrbation lastmonth. I did urine analysis=normal I am 24yrs diabetic since age 7.5yrs It's a month now without having nocturnal emission! What's this?
Diabetes control: Would be your primary goal, check that first, for the rest you need to see a urologist for examination and further management/reassurance, best wishes ...Read more
Peyronie's disease: Peyronie's disease is the development of fibrous scar tissue inside the penis that causes curved, painful erections. In a small percentage of men, Peyronie's disease goes away on its own. But in most cases, it will remain stable or worsen. Treatment might be needed if the curvature is severe enough. You should have your primary refer you to a urologist who is familiar with treatment options. ...Read more
Peyronies?: I would get it check out. You may have a problem that needs attention. Some curvature can be problematic. Doesn't have to be. If concerned, get a urologist to check and see what is going on. ...Read more
Peyronie's dx: Bent penis is caused by peyronie's disease, a scarring of the corporal bodies or the inner shaft of the penis. A hard plaque or knot may be felt at the bend. Although vitamin E and a drug called potaba may be helpful, severe cases may require surgery. A new injectable drug is available but very expensive and unlikely to be covered by insurance. ...Read more
Peyronies/NO!: A "bad circumcision" should not have any effect on the curvature of the penis. You may have a more significant problem with a condition called peyronies disease. This is a thickening of a deeper layer of tissue in the penis. See a urologist and get checked out. Perhaps you can have the "bend" fixed and the "bad circumcision" revised at the same time. ...Read more
Usually it comes up insidiously.
Signs/symptoms may be: penile ache/pain at erection, penile curvature of various degree at erection, denting at site of angling of penis at erection, palpable hardness at the back or side of penis, some decrease in erection, less penile rigidity distal to the point of angling of curvature, even with erectile dysfunction, etc. ...Read more
Only slight chance: Of developing bend if man grew up with a straight penis. Peyronie's disease or a penile fracture are the 2 causes of a secondary bent penis. Boys born congenital penile chordee and many boys born with hypospadias have a bent penis. Occasional boy has a deviated penis with a sideways bend. ...Read more
Get evaluated.: Penile curvature can be normal with an erection. However, there are certain disorders, such as peyronie's disease, which can cause penile curvature as well. This can range from mild curvature to severe angulation of the penis. If the degree of bend is interfering with intercourse or with urination, see a urologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Peyronie's disease: Significant deformity of the erect penis is most often due to peyronie's disease. Would recommend you see a urologist for exam and treatment options. ...Read more
Hello, I am an 18 yr male, I am suffering from a bent penis for several years. I don't feel pain when erect. What should I do?
Curvature of less than 30 degrees is generally not a functional problem. Painful or progressive curvature needs evaluation.
Congenital curvature is not painful and unless there is pain with intercourse no treatment is necessary ...Read more
Asked and Answered: Your question was asked and accurately answered already. You have been told for free and by experts that your sex life will be just fine. You have also been told that this common problem, called "peyronie's disease" can be further evaluated by a urologist. Please ask a new question or consider moving on. You are going to be just fine. ...Read more
It may.: Penile curvature can be normal with an erection. However, there are certain disorders, such as peyronie's disease, which can cause penile curvature as well. This can range from mild curvature to severe angulation of the penis. If the degree of bend is interfering with intercourse or with urination, see a urologist for evaluation. ...Read more
No it isn't: Sperm is produced by the testicles, pass through epididymis, vas deferens ; ejaculatory ducts into urethra just beyond bladder neck. Then sperm contained within semen pass down the urethra which will be curved more than usual if you have a bent penis, however, will not affect sperm count. Suggest you consult a urologist if bent penis is otherwise a problem. ...Read more
If it works....: If you both enjoy it, and it works for the biologic function that is is suppose to be used for, then there is no problem. ...Read more
My penis is a bit curved to the left side and at the shaft and no pain during erection. Anything abnormal?
No likely: Many men have a degree of curvature to their penis. As long as it does not interfere with intercourse or cause pain, it is unlikely to be a concern. ...Read more
Bent my penis during sex months ago. Erection hasn't been as hard since and sometimes find it difficult 2 stay erect. I'm only 24, help?
See a doctor:
There really isn't anything that you can "bend" in your penis. You can have fractures of the soft tissues of the erectile portion of the penis (corpus cavernous), but this would cause severe pain requiring immediate evaluation.
If you're concerned about possibly damaging your penis, you need to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
My penis is a little curved to the left side and at the shaft, but I have no pain during erections?
May be just fine!: Many men have different curvatures and orientations of the penis. One may consider whether to get it check out. Peyronies disease is a common condition that may require some intervention. Just because you do not have pain does not mean you do not have a significant problem or one that will worsen. Use common sense and if in doubt, get it checked out! ...Read more
My penis becomes too hard when erect & also bent down like a curve. How to make it softer & to be perpendicular to my body during erection?
Peyronie's disease?: Peyronie's disease is any abnormal bending of the penis like you describe. While it is rare in someone your age, it can occur at almost any age. You should see a urologist (ask your primary care physician for a referal or self-refer) to see what options & treatments, if any, might be needed. ...Read more
Find cause first: Before discussing treatment, need an evaluation to uncover cause of erectile dysfunction. For instance, if you're not happy w/your partner, no hormone or drug is going to make you harder. Same if you're distracted by job, money, family conflict, friends, etc. Lifestyle eg smoking +/- drinking to excess, can also hinder erections. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, depression etc too. ...Read more