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How To Straighten A Bent Penis
See a urologist: Either penis curved downwards (cordee), or deviated can easily be corrected by an experienced recontructive urologist. An upward curve with a hard thickened area under the skin is probably due to peyronie's disease and likely caused by penile trauma. This is more complicated to treat and warrants a urologic consultation. Any combination of meds., injections, surgery or implant may be offerred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Penis irregularities: Good morning if this downward curve is what your penis has been through out your life there may be little that can be done for it. If the curve is from a trauma or other injury you may find some good answers at your local urologist's office. ...Read more
Peyronie's disease ?: If you have peyronie's disease it may resolve on it's own for some people. I encourage you to see a urologist for evaluation & to discuss tx options. ...Read more
What is causing my knee to lock in a bent position and be painful to straighten out? How can I fix it?
See your doctor: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
May u have Peyronies: Deformity of the penis can be congenital ( born with it) or acquired usually following injury to the penis -many men don't remember any injury to the penis- this is called peyronie's disease and occurs in up to 9-10% of adult men. U should be evaluated by a urologist with expertise in this problem or sexual medicine in general. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, highly vary...: Not always so as you may adorn because the tightness of anatomical attachment of the penis to symphysis pubis (called suspensory ligament) highly vary, resulting in pointing to different angles; that is normal variation. However, it doesn't matter as long as working well for baby-making or pleasure. ...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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My erection has a slight downward bend in it. Is it normal?, and how can I make it completely straight?any stretches I can do to help make it straight
Maybe peyronies: A slight deviation might be normal. If you have pain with an erection, feel a hard lump in your penile shaft maybe you have Peyronies Disease a benign condition of the penis that can give symptoms that you describe. If you are concerned I recommend you see a local urologist ...Read more
What causes a person not to be to pedal a stationary bike forwards but only backwards? My knee locks and doesn't straighten. Hurt to go forward. Help
The next day: Barring complication, we strongly encourage patients to be up walking and working with physical therapy as soon as possible, usually the day after surgery. This reduces the likelihood of periopertive complications such as pressure sores, blood clots, and pneumonia. Thank you for your question. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Could be Peyronie's: Peyronie's disease causes curvature of the penis. If the curvature is less than a year old you could take vit e tablets which basically slow down the scar formation but not always. The rest of the treatments are prescription drugs, injections and therapies which are done under doctor supervision for best results. Good luck. ...Read more
I don't know.: Peyronie's disease? Possibly due to trauma at some point. I would encourage you to see a urologist who can evaluate you & provide recommendations. ...Read more
How long will it take to be up and walking again after surgery to straighten a curved spine (kyphosis)?
It's fast: Depending on patient's age & health status as well as whether it is single or 2 stage procedure, usually by the next day after surgery one will try at least to dangle the patient's legs off the bed or even sit in chair. From that point, walking begins as soon as tolerated to minimize risk of blood clots in legs & lungs as well as any other lung issues. If a 2 stage procedure it may be after 2nd. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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