Hi Dr. Herazy,
I developed an upward curvature about 10 months ago, and upon recent self examination I cannot find any lumps or scars at all. Is it possible that I have a condition other than Peyronie's disease? Also could I benefit from the treatments available from your website to reduce the curvature since I cannot find the scar and if so which treatment plan do you suggest?
It is rare for a man to have a recently acquired curved penis and for it to be caused by something other than Peyronie's disease. Even so, you should go to a urologist with some interest and experience with PD for a complete examination and diagnosis of your problem.
It would not be at all unusual for a layperson who has Peyronies to be unable to identify the characteristic Peyronie's plaque or scar that often – but not always – can be detected as a lump below the surface of the skin. Many times no Peyronie's scar or plaque is found, or found with great difficulty and uncertainty; many times the scar is very flat and thin and is missed simply because the shape and size does not fulfill expectations. TRH