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My Penis Is Curved Up And To The Right Do I Need To Straighten Out My Penis
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
Leave it alone if...: The penis functions to deliver urine out of bladder & to copulate for giving offspring. Before doing anything with penile curvature, think if your penis has served well for these two goals, and realize no two persons have ever been born the same & no man have ever been born perfect in configuration. In considering pros and cons of surgery on penile curvature, I would think the above twice before.. ...Read more
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
Penile Remodeling: If you have been tried on medications, both oral and topical, or have failed injection therapy, then you could try using a curvature straightening vacuum erectile device (ved) such as somacorrect. You start out pumping up the penis in a large diameter chamber, then gradually reduce the size of the chamber to try to straighten out the penis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try verapamil gel: You have peyronie's disease. See a urologist and get a rx for verapamil gel. www.peedoc.com @thepeedoc. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I haven't had sex yet but during touching, I noticed that his penis is seriously curved to the right.Will that make sex uncomfortable?
Peyronie's disease: This condition is called peyronie's disease and it may hamper intercourse. He should see a urologist to see if therapy is appropriate. ...Read more
Suggest some non surgical method for straightening curved penis. It could be peyronie's disease, do I need to consult some special doctor ?
?From birth or not: Chordee is a curved penis from birth & thus a congenital abnormality, frequently associated with hypospadias or residual curvature after hypospadias repair. Acquired penile curvature can be following a penile fracture or from Peyronie's disease (Would have a hard bone-like plaque under skin on top of penis) ...Read more
Peyronie's syndrome: Peyronie's disease is a condition where scaring occurs on one side of the penis causing it to bend . Many patients can still enjoy intercourse, but sometimes pain and penile deformity may impair erectile function.There are some treatments for this that may prevent further deformity. I would recommend that you consult with a urologist who treats this condition. ...Read more
Yes: A bent bent is generally referred to as Peyronis disease. It is due to scar tissue build up in the penis, which feel like lumps in the penis. The oral medications are disappointing. A new injection has been approved by FDA with great success. In any case you have to see a urologist who can guide you and treat you ...Read more
Normal: What you are describing sounds normal. There is a normal variant for everything including penises. Different sizes, shapes, etc. If you are extremely anxious about this then go to your doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
See answer: Some degree of curvature with erection is normal in many males. Congenital chordee is an abnormal curvature since birth. Acquired curvature is usually due to peyronie's disease and usually acquired later in life. If degree of curvature is interfering with intercourse, i suggest evaluation by a urologist. ...Read more
Peyronies disease: Peyronies disease can cause the penis to curve enough to make intercourse painful. If you have any concerns along this line, consult a urologist as they are best qualified to evaluate and treat you. ...Read more
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