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Quote from: RexRG on February 07, 2024, 01:57:05 AMJust one opinion, I don't think there's any conclusive evidence that self-abuse has ever caused Peyronies Disease. It's a common opinion that it's caused by injury, and yes self-abuse can cause injury, but it's all speculation. The real question is "are you prone to Peyronies Disease?" Do you have it now? I'd say how you move forward is how to focus on it, and not how it happened. It's simply not preventable and how it happened is irrelevant. It ALWAYS takes its victims by surprise.
Quote from: Sonic on February 07, 2024, 06:07:34 AMBy rough what do you mean? If you were humping a wooden table then maybe yes but if you just used your hand I would say pretty much impossible unless you squeezed it so hard it turned Purple.
Quote from: Mikel7 on February 07, 2024, 06:19:51 AMI would ask if when you masturbated did you have a hard erection? Were you just semi erect and kept putting excessive bending pressure or buckling on your strokes? Yes it is true that each individuals genetic predisposition to peyronies is a factor here. Did you masturbate 5 or 10 times in a day? Did you use lube? All of these factors go into play here.
Quote from: giancolo on February 07, 2024, 09:55:31 AMFactors that can lead to peyronie's disease are:1. use of the a rough grip during masturbation 2. not using lube 3. too much masturbation 4. masturbating or having sex when your penis is not fully erect5. sudden bending of penis during erection