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The_curve

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Penis bends away from the side with pain
« on: November 06, 2017, 07:49:29 AM »

Hello, this seems unusual to me when I consider the majority of cases of peyronies. I have pain on the right side of my penis, just below the glands, however, my penis bends nearly 30 degrees to the left (prior to injury I had a small congenital curvature to the left of a few degrees).

Recently, I started to get an erection while I was walking with a lady friend because we started to hold hands (it has been a very long time since I felt close to a woman). As I was walking I think my penis pushed against my trousers and I felt a slight tingle on the right side. Over the last couple of days my penis has begun to hurt more than it did prior to this happening, but the flaccid state remains the same, as in I don't have servere hard flaccid like I did just a couple of months ago. I'm worried I have re injured my penis without even having the chance to do anything with it. I now have a hard core like structure that's running alongside a much softer and larger vein along the top of my penis. This hard cord seems to gradually get smaller as it veers off into the direction where I feel the most pain (to the right and just below the glands). Does anyone else have anything similar to this?
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Re: Penis bends away from the side with pain
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2017, 06:26:01 PM »

I have a very similar situation: Pain on the right side, curvature to the left. My penis also had a small curvature before, mostly downwards, but a little to the left. This is probably the reason that the bending that caused the injury had the biggest impact on the right side, whereas the left side is fine.

I don't have any signs of plaque, though. So far I have only read that in Peyronies Disease the penis bends to the side where the plaque develops, which is why I assume that I personally must have something else. I can't think of any reasonable explanation for a curvature to develop in the opposite direction of plaque, but maybe it's possible, I don't know.

In any case that "hard core like structure" that you described definitely sounds like plaque, so I would go to see an urologist as soon as possible if you haven't already done it.

Best wishes!
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