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What is the chance of having a bent penis?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. Jesse Mills
Urology
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In brief: 10%

Peyronies disease, the bent penis syndrome, affects around 10% of men and can vary in severity.

In brief: 10%

Peyronies disease, the bent penis syndrome, affects around 10% of men and can vary in severity.
Dr. Jesse Mills
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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine

In brief: How Bent?

Almost all penises have some curvature when erect.
Small amounts of curvature do not affect function. Severe bends, usually due to trauma or scar tissue, are not as common and may require surgery to make them functional for sex.

In brief: How Bent?

Almost all penises have some curvature when erect.
Small amounts of curvature do not affect function. Severe bends, usually due to trauma or scar tissue, are not as common and may require surgery to make them functional for sex.
Dr. James Eitner
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