Sex Problems with a Curved Penis

Make Peyronies sex less dangerous even with a weak erection and bent penis

Peyronie’s disease means problems with sex – here is help  

While you are working to eliminate your Peyronie’s scar you must not feel defeated because your penis is bent.  You must still go on with life, and a wonderful part of life is the enjoyment of sex.  To help you with your current trouble with sex, evaluate these sex supports and aids that can reduce the risk of injury while having sex with a curved penis or weak erections related to Peyronie’s disease.

Sex with a bent or curved penis can cause a variety of problems with sexual intercourse, but it seems they all come down to one of these four basic issues that are unique to Peyronie’s disease:

  1. Losing interest in sex because you feel embarrassed, ashamed, frustrated or angry about your Peyronies penis.
  2. Painful entry for one or both partners due to penile curvature.
  3. Impossible or difficult entry due to greatly bent or curved erection.
  4. Impossible or difficult entry due to weak erections that cause bending and buckling of the penis.

If you already have Peyronie’s disease it is critically important that during sexual activity you do nothing to make your penis problem worse.  You must not injure yourself again in this area because you can easily make a bad situation much worse.  Over the years I have spoken to many men who aggravated their PD by being careless or lazy about sex, or because no one explained some of the things I want you to know, and as a result they ruined their lives and lost their marriages.  If you follow these ideas and suggestions I assure you will greatly reduce the chance of injuring yourself during intercourse, and you will find greater enjoyment and ease with your sexual relations and reduction of many of your current intimacy problems.

“Losing interest in sex since you are feeling embarrassed, ashamed, frustrated or angry about yourself”  

This is such a common and destructive problem among men who have PD that I wrote a book, “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex,” to help men deal with these and many other important personal issues.  It is 180 pages long and has received glowing praise from urologists, clinical psychologists and sex therapists because of the way it directly addresses these powerful and crippling emotional issues that cause so many men to suffer more than is justified by the reality of their situation – even if they have a smaller penis because of PD.  It is not possible to condense 14 chapters here into a few sentences for those who need this kind of help; the subject is too complex and deep, and deserves a full explanation to do the most good.

No matter how old or how sexually experienced you might be, I guarantee there are things that you will learn about the sexual side of having Peyronies that will help you immensely.  I suggest you get a copy of my book not only for this reason, but for any other problem with sex you might have since your PD started.

“Painful entry for one or both partners due to penile curvature”

One of the biggest reasons that PD couples have pain during intercourse is that they do not know the many ways to modify their technique to accommodate for a curved erection.  There is much a couple can do to reduce or eliminate the problem of painful entry; Chapters 3, 4, 7, 8 and 9 of “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex” address a variety of possible solutions in great detail.  Over the years I have received many happy reports from grateful couples whose marriages were saved because of this information.

“Impossible entry due to greatly bent or curved penis”

This problem of difficult entry is related to painful entry, and often the solution is the same for both intercourse problems.

When a man has a curved penis he should not automatically assume entry will be difficult – or even painful.  I have worked with many couples for whom sexual intercourse was impossible because of a 15 degree bend, and other couples who managed to engage in sexual intercourse with very little problem in spite of a 90 degree bend.  It all comes down to learning a few things and being willing to approach problems with a new mindset.

Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12 of “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex” thoroughly cover the important topic of entry problems.  Each chapters explores sensible and easy strategies and techniques that completely or partially solve the problem of entry with an exaggerated curvature so that each couple can maximize their sexual potential.  If you have difficult entry during sex, read this book.

It is vitally important to know that if your penis is curved sharply it is vulnerable to being injured if it suddenly bends further during insertion or while thrusting.  In this case it is wise to wear a special penis support or girth ring sleeve over the shaft to provide added structural firmness that will provide added support to the area of weakness where the curved erection might fold or collapse during entry or thrusting.  But even if the penis is curved gradually this still presents a problem that demands additional support from a girth ring or a structural sleeve.  Wearing one of these penis supports or enhancers will reduce the chance of sudden bending or collapse of the shaft during sexual activity.  While all penis supports and enhancers sold by Natural Health Education LLC and Peyronie’s Disease Institute can reduce the chance of penis injury during intercourse, none can prevent or eliminate the possibility completely when excessive force or ill-advised intercourse techniques are used.  It is still necessary to exercise good judgment and reasonable caution while wearing these penile support devices.

“Impossible or difficult entry due to weak erections that allow bending and buckling of the penis”    

PDI advises that to effectively deal with a weak or soft erection (ED, erectile dysfunction) several things can be helpful:

  1. Do not use PDE5 inhibitors (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra) since their use has been known to cause or aggravate Peyronie’s disease due to overfilling of the penile chambers that hold blood to create an erection.
  2. Use natural stimulant products like Stimulin, Male X Booster, ITI Man, Libido-M, Herbal V, and BetterMan that are gentler in their approach to assisting increased erectile ability.
  3. Wear a penis support or girth ring sleeve over the shaft to provide added structural support to reduce the chance of unexpected bending or folding during sexual activity.
  4. Apply a greater than usual amount of sexual lubricant to the penis prior to insertion and even during sex to reduce friction that can result in sudden bending and additional injury.
  5. Select intercourse positions and techniques that allow the man greater control of depth, force and angle of thrusting; this will minimize chance of popping out during sex.

The problem of Peyronie’s disease is not the fact you have a curved penis or penis pain or a soft erection or a shrinking penis – the real problem to focus on is the soft tissue nodule or internal scar that is causing of all these things that frustrate you about your Peyronie penis.

All of the things we associate with Peyronie’s disease (like difficult or impossible sexual entry, pain during sex, distorted or curved erection, painful penis, weak erection and penis shrinkage) are caused by the foreign fibrous scar material that has developed within the deep layer of the penis shaft, called the tunica albuginea.  It is this fibrous plaque or scar that causes all of the terrible things we hate about PD; if there was no Peyronie’s plaque or scar none of these secondary complaints like a bent penis would exists. If you want to see your penis straightened out, or restore your penis to its former size, or increase the hardness of your erections or stop pain in the penis, you must first help your body reduce and eliminate the nasty scar that is causing all these problems.

To learn how you can use Alternative Medicine to help your body heal and repair the dreaded Peyronie’s plaque material and eventually reverse the penis changes that make sex difficult, go to natural Peyronie’s treatment.

 

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