I saw a picture of a individual on your site with Peyronies where the claim was, he was 45 degrees. It didn't seem to me like his curved penis was 45 degrees, obviously there's more than one way you can measure.
I always believed the side with the curve is the side you measure. The problem is that when measuring Urologists can do it differently because there is no set standard. Its like penile length measurement,some doctors/researchers will press the ruler to the pubic bone, but others will only touch the ruler lightly to the abdomen. When measuring girth some measure at the base, some in the middle. Some researchers /doctors stretch the length only with some doing it once,others a few more times & elongating it ,others use pharmaceutical induced erection.
The bottom line is that a congenital curve or Peyronies curve (if it doesn’t hurt) doesn’t matter if its 0 degrees or a 1,000 degrees if intercourse can be done without pain for both parties.
Often I will notice that the person will only estimate the degree of penis curvature, and usually on the exaggerated side. Actually, while the degree of curvature is of course important to know and record, it is really much more important and significant to know the size, shape, density and surface features of the PD scar that is causing the curvature. You see, the curved penis is just a result or secondary factor to the real problem of Peyronie’s disease – the Peyronie’s plaque. Too much time and attention is paid to the secondary problem (the bent penis) and not enough to the cause (PD scar). I can certainly understand why the curved penis and distortion get so much attention from people, but being all engrossed only in the curvature does prevent a man from focusing on the actual problem and how to treat it correctly.
I have worked with men who swear they cannot penetrate with a 10 degree bend, and other men who say that their 60 degree bend only slows down penetration. The problem of penile distortion and resultant difficulty of sexual intercourse is a complex problem, that is made so because human emotions and motivation are a part of the equation. Many times the amount of difficulty of penetration, or pain during intercourse, with a couple who must deal with Peyronie’s disease is due to lack of natural lubrication and lack of preparedness of the female partner; if she is tense and fearful that she will hurt him, she is less likely to be relaxed and fully sexually stimulated to produce the level of natural readiness for that makes penetration easy. If you are interested in this subject because of some difficulty with sex now that you have Peyronies, please see my book “Peyronie’s Disease and Sex.”
Your last comment is quite true. Most men would not care or do much about their Peyronie's disease if they could still have intercourse without a problem.