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I have curved penis.Will I have problem in sex?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
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In brief: Only if very curved
If very bent, it may be peyronie's disease (due to a thickened, firm area in the compartment where blood flows in to pressurize the penis into an erection).
Since the firm area (plaque) is a fixed shape and size, but the rest of the penis expands to get erect, one gets a crooked penis. A normal penis without peyronie's can be mildly curved when erect and works fine, especially if the curve is up.

In brief: Only if very curved
If very bent, it may be peyronie's disease (due to a thickened, firm area in the compartment where blood flows in to pressurize the penis into an erection).
Since the firm area (plaque) is a fixed shape and size, but the rest of the penis expands to get erect, one gets a crooked penis. A normal penis without peyronie's can be mildly curved when erect and works fine, especially if the curve is up.
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Dr. George Klauber
This may be chordee if it has been present sinvce birth. As in hypospias or chordee without hypospadias. You should see a urologist if there is any significant downward curvature, in which case sex will be unpleasant and possible painful. An upward curve can be due to Peyronie's disease, but also congenital as in epispadias. Take a photograph of your erection and take it with you to a urologist.
Dr. Edward Goldberg
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Not Likely
Most guys do not have a straight penis.
They bend up, down and sideways. If you develop a new bend that seems to be getting worse over time, it may related to a condition known as peyronie's disease and treatment, though limited, is available. A urologist can induce an erection with medication, in the office to evaluate the bend to help determine if it's a problem.

In brief: Not Likely
Most guys do not have a straight penis.
They bend up, down and sideways. If you develop a new bend that seems to be getting worse over time, it may related to a condition known as peyronie's disease and treatment, though limited, is available. A urologist can induce an erection with medication, in the office to evaluate the bend to help determine if it's a problem.
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