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Quote from: NeoV on June 30, 2019, 11:31:58 PMThis sounds like penile damage and inflammation, which should be treated just as seriously as Peyronie's. Peyronie's really is a result of that, and a spectrum that shouldn't be separated from it's lesser forms (even Erectile Dysfunction, penile bending after sex). Penile health is penile health. Diet is a major way to tackle inflammation and is critical, and I do still firmly believe Peyronie's to be metabolic, as well as even premature ejaculation (read up on that if you like).You can always see a specialist, but I would not expect much with your current symptoms. You could try supplements and drugs as well.
Quote from: NeoV on July 01, 2019, 05:17:27 AMYes congenital curves put you at risk for Peyronie's. This was the case for me, massively.Traction has helped me with that dramatically. Be very gentle with your penis and let it rest for now.I highly recommend diet / traction and nothing else really, but that's my stance and I completely understand other views or preferences.