Is it possible to have an extreme curvature in one or both of the blood-filled columns in the inside of the penis without having a scar? I can't find a scar at all. Also, I only have pain (a slight twinge) in the base of the penis and in the curvature?
The only way you could have an extreme penile curvature without having a scar would be to have a congenital curvature (born with a normal curvature) or to develop some other health problem that would cause additional penile symptoms.
If you have been diagnosed with Peyronie's disease and you have a bent penis you must realize the penile curvature is being caused by something that was not present before you developed PD. There must be a reason for the distortion, correct? In your case, the distortion is being caused by extra fibrous buildup that is very difficult to locate. This is common in Peyronie's disease; I guess that at least half of men with PD have difficulty finding their scar(s). In fact, it is so common that I wrote a blog post titled, "Can't find Peyronie's plaque or scar." You could also read another question and answer, "How do I find my Peyronie's scar?"
It is typical for someone who has been medically diagnosed with PD to still feel uncertain if this diagnosis is accurate and correct. It is part of a denial response. If this is true, you must either make up your mind you will either accept the diagnosis or go to another urologist for another opinion to either confirm or deny your Peyronie's disease diagnosis. I sense that you are beating yourself up with doubts and endless questions. At some point you must stop fighting the idea you have PD. You need to eventually take that energy you are wasting on endless worry and use it to do something about your problem. Some men have a difficult time dealing emotionally with severe penile curvature. If that is true for you, please contact me for a few EFT sessions and I think I can do something to help you in this way, as I have done for so many other men.
The pain of Peyronie's disease is quite variable in terms of degree and location. Having a slight twinge at the base of the penis, and within the curvature, is consistent with this problem. But then, having a great amount of pain at the base or toward the top of the penis would also be consistent since the pain of PD is wildly variable. TRH