What are the symptoms of penile curvature?

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Penis Curvature

A curved penis can have a severe psychological problem affecting the relationship status of a man. Man having this condition, must be wondering about some questions.

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Is it normal to have a penis curvature in a man?

It is usual for the penis to curve slightly to the left or right during erection. It can be associated with Peyronie’s disease.

What is Peyronie's disease?

What Is Peyronie's Disease? And how to cure it?

It is a condition when the penis becomes curved during erection. It mostly affects many men over 40, although it can happen at any age.

What are the symptoms of penile curvature?

The symptoms of Peyronie's disease are:

  • Thickened area or sometimes hard lump (plaque) in the shaft of the penis.
  • Curvature in the penis while erection (usually it curves upwards)
  • Pain in the penis during an erection (pain in the non-erect penis is rare)
  • The penis looks like an hourglass
  • Loss of length or breadth of the penis 

Some men with Peyronie's disease get pain in their penis. But others do not get any such feeling. If you are experiencing pain, it may get better over time passes. In severe cases, the curvature in the penis and can make sex difficult, painful, or even impossible. Peyronie's disease can cause an erection problem.

What causes Peyronie's disease?

The causes of Peyronie's disease is not understood properly. It occurs after an injury to the penis when it is erect like bent during sex.  Even it can develop without any apparent cause. 

Risk factors

  • Hereditary
  • Old age
  • Injury to penis

What are the treatments of penis curvature?

In mild form and with no symptom of pain, it does not require any intervention. If the degree of curvature interferes significantly with the ability to have sex, surgical correction is necessary to restore normal functioning and form to the penis. Correction of congenital erectile curvature is done by surgically exposing the penis to shorten the side of the penis opposite to the curve to match the other side. This results in a straightened erection. As per evidence, this surgery has a high rate of success and can be performed in an outpatient setting.


Approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been given to only one medicine clostridium histolytic to treat the condition. It is recommended for men whose penis curves more than 30 degrees during erection. The treatment involves a series of penile injections that break down the buildup of collagen.

Other categories of medicines that may be prescribed are:

  • Oral verapamil (usually used to treat high blood pressure)
  • Interferon injections (helps break down fibrous tissue)

Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Lifestyle changes may reduce the chances of erectile dysfunction related to Peyronie’s disease.

Check on the following can help:

  • Smoking
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Use of illegal drugs
  • Regular exercise
Non-surgical treatments for Peyronie's disease

Many men don't need treatment if there is no pain or the condition doesn't affect their sexual function. The condition can sometimes improve without treatment. Various non-surgical treatments are available, including sexual wellness supplements and injections of steroids into the affected area. But there's limited evidence of their effectiveness. This involves targeting sound waves at the plaque, generally using an ultrasound scanner. The NICE guidance advises that, although ESWT is considered safe, there isn't enough evidence to prove its effectiveness.

Surgical Treatments for Peyronie's disease

Severe cases of Peyronie's disease are treated with surgery. Doctors generally recommend waiting at least 12 months before considering surgery, as the condition can improve without treatment in some men.

Surgery may include:

  • Removal or cutting away the plaque and after that attachment of a patch of skin or a vein to straighten the shaft of the penis 
  • Removal of an area of the penis opposite the plaque to correct the bend. This can lead to a shortening of the penis.
  • Implanting a device to straighten the penis
What should I do if I have my curved penis?

If you are concerned about a bend in your penis and having problems with sex, talk with your nearest doctor. The surgeon will conduct a physical examination to determine if you have the condition. The evaluation involves measuring the penis, identifying the location and amount of scar tissue in the affected area. This also helps to determine whether your penis length has shortened originally. Your doctor can suggest an ultrasound or X-rays reveal the presence of scar tissue, and she may refer you to a urologist. To buy any Sexual Wellness Supplement for penis enlargement and erectile dysfunction, visit our website Ayurzones.com