Pictures of Peyronie’s Disease – Penile Curvature and other Distortions

What does Peyronie's disease look like?  Pictures of Peyronie's disease

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Peyronies pictures of the classic curved penis shown on this page are offered to widen the experience and education of anyone interested in this terrible problem. The pictures of Peyronie's disease found at the bottom of this page are graphic full male nudity, presented for educational purposes.

In the experience of PDI, most men do not understand the full consequences and eventual degree of distortion that are possible from Peyronie's disease – until it is too late. Because they do not know how bad the penile curvature, Peyronie's pain, and loss of sexual function can be, there is a tendency to underestimate the problem. Thus it is assumed that the small problem will stay “just an inconvenience, and hardly noticeable”. For some the curve or distortion starts small and stays small. However, for others it starts small and just continues to get more distorted, more curved, and perhaps more painful, eventually resulting in total loss of sexual function. At this point most men resort to surgical correction. For a discussion, click Peyronie's disease surgery.

If your Peyronie's penis is causing sexual distress, you might be interested in the in-depth and detailed discussion and loads of helpful information found in Dr. Herazy's   second book, "Peyronie's Disease and Sex."

There is a direct, safe and effective technique for manual penis stretching that has been researched and developed by PDI.  For details, click on stretching curved penis.

Without fully understanding where Peyronie's disease might take them, it is easy for some men to not take the curved penis of Peyronies too seriously. The uninformed and uneducated can accept and agree with the wishful thinking of the standard medical treatment to do absolutely nothing for PD in its early stages.

Click on "Peyronie's Disease and a History Lesson" to completely change the way you think about Peyronie's treatment.

Peyronie's Pictures: an Education and Wake-Up Call

To help comprehend and verify the nature of the Peyronie's disease problem, many men are shocked to see a Peyronies picture for the first time. It can be a real wake-up call.

These Peyronies pictures are not intended to aid a layperson make a self-diagnosis, nor are they intended to guide Peyronie's disease treatment. They are offered to encourage prompt medical evaluation and attention about any problem that might be PD. Bear in mind, just as every person is a unique individual, with unique physical characteristics – this even extends to the appearance of the penis in health and disease. Simply because you have a curved penis, or even a severely bent penis with a 90 degree angle, does not necessarily mean you have Peyronies. Do not think that your penis must look like any of these. Only a physician experienced in this condition can accurately diagnose this problem.

Learn how easy it is to create an effective Alternative Medicine plan, click on Organize Peyronie's Disease Treatment.

Before viewing these Peyronie's pictures, please review what causes the dramatic penile curves and distortions you are about to see.

Peyronie’s disease can be considered an exaggeration of the wound healing process. It is characterized by the presence of one or more flat and irregular benign (non-cancerous) fibrous plaques or scars anywhere along the shaft of the penis, as well as painful erections. Usually there is only one scar, but multiple scars do occur.

These scars can stop full expansion of the penis during erection, resulting in various degrees and patterns of distortion. Depending on the number, size and location of scar tissue, the penis can be slightly to severely distorted or shortened during erection or not at all. For more information, Anatomy of the Penis and Related Areas.

Peyronies pictures showing the erect penis from 5°- 45° are not uncommon, sometimes 90º or more. Sexual difficulty and impotency also range from mild to severe, depending on the degree of curved penis deformity.

Graphic pictures of  Peyronie's disease

Peyronie's Disease downward penile curvature - unusual
Peyronie's Disease downward penile curvature – unusual
Peyronie's Disease hourglass deformity in lower one-third
Peyronie's Disease hourglass deformity plus slight penile curvature
Peyronie's Disease upward penile curvature - common
Peyronie's Disease upward penile curvature closer to glans (head) – rather common
Peyronie's Disease upward penile curvature closer to glans (head) -
            rather common
Peyronie's Disease upward penile curvature – common
Peyronie's Disease bottleneck deformity with lateral penile
            curvature to left - common
Peyronie's Disease bottleneck deformity with lateral penile curvature to left – common
Peyronie's Disease 90 degree lateral penile curvature to right

Hopefully, these pictures of Peyronie's disease will help you to understand your own situtaion better, and motivate you to see your medical doctor. Please review the section, Peyronie’s Disease Treatment, to determine how to incorporate the aggressive use of multiple conservative measures to treat your PD.

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21 thoughts on “Pictures of Peyronie’s Disease – Penile Curvature and other Distortions

  1. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings dking,

    You will have to be more specific. There are many dosages for many types of therapy. Which therapy do you mean?

    When you order from PDI you will be given suggested dosage ranges to begin your self-administered treatment for whatever products you order. We provide full information needed for whatever therapy you decide to use.

    Overall, dosage is worked out over time by slowly increasing dosage to determine what level of therapy is needed to make a change in the size, shape and density of your scar.

    Lastly, when you order from PDI you will be given detailed information about starting dosage and how to regulate your therapy for best results. We provide full information needed for whatever therapy you decide to use.

  2. chris says:

    hello, i'm much younger than what is common (under 20) and i have this problem, its downwards at just under 90'. i have read that thats uncommon and i'm not sure in how to manually stretch. can you help me.
    please email me at what i've given,

  3. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Chris,

    Although the average age of onset for Peyronie’s disease is about 54 years, there are many younger men who develop this problem; i have worked with many teenagers with PD.

    If you are interested in the gentle manual penis stretching technique PDI developed in 2008 in a research project, I suggest you simply get the CD video that is available on the PDI website. The technique is simple and easy to learn, but the CD video is one hour long to completely describe in detail how to do it correctly.

  4. dan cee says:

    More of  a question than a comment, I am currently seeing a neurologist for non- Parkinsons tremors and have been on various anticonvulsants for about 9 months. Three months ago i developed Peyronies and am now seeing an urologist. I'm taking colcrys and vit e and am doing the series of injections. I am also starting to use a streacher.  My neuro said the drugs could have possibly caused  the peyronies, though studies are unsubstantiated. My uro says probably not and that I just fit the profile, white, 55 yo, etc. To my knowledge I did nothing to injure my penis and the bend occurred in about 5 days. What's your opinion? Are some of my drugs causing the bend or is this just a coincidence?

  5. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greeting Dan,

    In the absence of direct trauma, the next cause of Peyronie’s disease is usually a drug reaction.

  6. dan cee says:

    Thank you for the info.  Without the anticonvulsants, the tremors are so severe that I can' t hold a spoon or write. With the PD, erections are painful enough to lose sexual ability.   In your opinion, will the drugs continue to interfere and cause additional PD problems?  I feel like I'm in the poverbial "between a rock and a hard place".  Pun intended, I realize there is no quick cure and a sense of humor can go a long way.  I also need to mention that I have HIV/AIDS. So guys, once you get your PD on the mend, it ain't like having a new toy. Be responsible, be safe, get tested.    Be well, Dan

  7. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Rebecca,

    Yes, Peyronie’s disease can be very scarey especially when you know nothing about it.

    I suggest that both of you spend a little time on the PDI website learning about Peyronie’s disease so he feels less fearful, and then makes up his mind he is going to do something to help himself to eliminate the problem. I also suggest that he goes to a urologist to get his problem examined and to have the benefit of a formal diagnosis so that no one is guessing about his actual condition. TRH

  8. mike says:

    hello i have a bend penis about 5 to 10 degrees downwards,and always have for as long as i can remember but have no hard scar tissue that i can see or feel.might i still have PD and would the streching techniques help to correct this either way?thanks.

  9. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Mike,

    Based on the limited information no one can say if you have PD or not. However, since your curvature is downward and you apparently have had it since childhood, my guess is that it is probably a normal congenital variation (something you were born with). To determine if this is actually PD I suggest you contact a competent urologist to examine you.

    The mild manual stretching technique developed by PDI was never tested on congenital penile curvature, only verified cases of PD. For this reason I cannot answer how it might work with you. TRH

  10. michael says:

    i am sure sure i have PD my penis bends up and in the middle of the shaft looks like an elastic band was placed there. I seem to have lost length and girth. I had mentioned it to my doctor but he seemed to go around the issue is there any kind of cure, i eat well drink plenty of orange juice as well as ensure. I have not had sex in about eight years due to my wife having cancer she has passed now and i would like to start over. I am worried a bit about what my penis looks like if you could be any help i would appreciate it. Its not as bad of some of the pictures shown but does look like a couple of the pictures 

  11. Steven says:

    Hey! So yeah i have a problem and i do think that it is PD. So im 17 years old, and well, my penis doesnt necessarily bend really at all, however, it does have mild indentations towards the base, and some indentations towards the middle of the shaft. Also maybe very slight shortening of length, and loss of girth…maybe. Slight inflamation on the shaft in general. It does curve verrrry slightly to the left, but slight curvature is normal, and id go as far as to say that its not really noticeable. But the thing is is that i dont think the curvature has always been there, and im worried it might get worse? Im not like a worried little under educated teenager though, so please feel free to reply as if im an adult. Thank you!

  12. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Steven,

    Considering your age, I suggest that you first have your suspicion confirmed or refuted after a thorough examination to determine the cause of your observations. TRH

  13. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Michael,

    I suggest that you review the PDI website a bit to determine if you feel that you wish to proceed with Alternative Medicine treatment. Any help i could offer you would be in the form of answering specific questions about PD treatment. TRH

  14. Richard says:

    Within the last two months I noticed that my penis is started bending to the left. I was taking an anti inflamatory for back pain and I’m wondering if the med caused the problem, my penis seems somewhat shorter as well, what can I do to rectify the problem.

  15. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Richard,

    The first thing you should do is get yourself checked out by a urologist to determine if you have Peyronie’s disease.

    If it happens that you do have Peyronie’s disease you will want to begin a conservative course of care to help your body heal and repair the infiltration of excess collagen in the deep tissue of the shaft. It is this mass of internal scar tissue that is causing your bend to the left. It might appear to be a small point of differentiation, but in Peyronie’s disease the actual problem is the internal collection of collagen under the skin of the shaft that causes distortion of an erection, and not the penile curvature; the penile curvature would not exist if it were not for the presence of abnormal deposit of collagen.

    I would have to know the name of the medication to know if it is a possible cause of your current situation.

    For treatment options, please go to the home page of the PDI website and click on the several links that give helpful information about what you can do to help your body heal and repair PD.

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