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How long does it take for Peyronie's disease plaque to develop after a trauma to the penis? It's been 6 months and no palpable plaque on injury site

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In brief: No worries

It lists in your conditions that you have "bent penis" & that you were seen by a urologist.
You are 16.The bend,assuming it is gentle curve & not 30 or more degrees is most likely cogenital curvature.If there was a plaque the urologist would have felt it or obtained an ultrasound.If a plaque was going to happen it would have done so in 6 months. Relax.

In brief: No worries

It lists in your conditions that you have "bent penis" & that you were seen by a urologist.
You are 16.The bend,assuming it is gentle curve & not 30 or more degrees is most likely cogenital curvature.If there was a plaque the urologist would have felt it or obtained an ultrasound.If a plaque was going to happen it would have done so in 6 months. Relax.
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