In previous questions someone asked below "how do I find my PD scar?"
In your answer you stated: "…….it is important to know your scar is not located on the surface; it is located below the surface and cannot be seen……"
I have been informed that I have Peyronie's disease, however my erections are 100% straight. They are just less flexible and half the top surface of my penis feels very hard, because of the scar tissue. When my penis is flaccid and erect I can easily always see the scar tissue.
Does this mean I have peyronies, also does this mean the scar tissue is just below the external skin and not on the actual erectile tissue? Is this possible? I have spoken to you previously but I am not sure if I mentioned this.
If you have been medically diagnosed with Peyronie's disease, what you say does not give me reason to doubt that diagnosis.
After reading your entire question several times I am unsure what you mean when you say "I can easily always see the scar." If I were to try to hide a ball under the blanket on my bed, it would still be "seen" because of the way the ball would push up and distort and wrinkle the blanket. I would not be able to see the ball directly, only able to see the effects of the ball on the blanket that is above it. Is this what you mean when you say you can see your PD scar?
By definition the Peyronie's plaque or scar is not located on the top surface of the skin. It is located within the layer of tissue called the tunica albuginea that is located well below the surface of the skin, by many millimeters. The tunica albuginea is sitting right on top of and is in contact with the actual erectile tissue, making it anatomically impossible to directly see the Peyronie's scar.
I have communicated with many men whose PD scars are so thick and dense that they distort the skin above, and thus they can see the outline of scar that lies below. TRH