My penis was severely bent and the degree odf curvature was getting worse. i was actually worried that it would soon interfere with urination.
We tried 12 treatments of injections. These treatments were not as painful as I thoufght they'd be , providing that a good dose of anesthetic was used.
Anyway, the treatment failed, so I got the surgery.
When I first woke up immediately after the surgery, I was in pain. They gave me tylenol 3's- which was not doing the trick- so they switched me to percoset, which I went home with.
The first month was tough- especially the first few days in that every time i peed, it felt like razor blades scraping inside. After the first few days, that sensation subsided.
But for the next several weeks, i would have involuntary errections during the night. These errections were very painful, in that the surgical stitches were still fresh. Eventually after weeks, this too subsided.
At present, i have very little pain. The penis is now about 95% straight. The only drawback is that it is shorter (about an inch shorter). But I am glad I got the surgery.
It's not for everyone so if you are thinking of having it, the most important thing is to find a surgeon who specializes in it and who has done hundreds if not thousands of them. My surgeon was very experienced and did a great job.
Good luck and God Bless
The topic title was modified by moderator from "Had surgery in November 2017" to "Had surgery in November 2016" as we are still months before November 2017