I am 21 year old and i used to masturbate for the last four years until I developed a bent penis. My penis head is not covered by skin and its by birth, not from circumcision. About 2 years back i found that masturbating on the bed is more exiting than by hand for me and due to that one day i slightly bent my penis and had a slight pain in the middle of the penis. But that didn't bother me too much so i masturbated like that regularly. My question is this now. For the last 6 months that have passed i realized that i was doing it in the wrong way and that i have hurt my penis, and i discovered I have a bent penis with a bend in the middle of the penis on the left side, but i don't have any pain in erections now. i used to masturbate with my hands 2 times a week. There is no difficulty in ejaculation and pain in erection,and yaa doc. One more thing when half erected it bents downward easily and not upward as its tight some time i had seen hour glass shape when its not erect and i m still a virgin, and very upset with my peyronie condition. Can it become straight again? Can i be able to have sex ever with my girlfriend? i am too much depressed. sir plz help me…its very important for me……
Greetings young man,
Rough or unusual masturbation practices can injure the penis, especially when repeated many times, and can lead to Peyronie's disease. Please read I am 19 years old and I need your help with a curved penis after rough masturbation
A bent penis and an hourglass shape indicate you could have Peyronie's disease. However, your young age, lack of pain, and the fact that you do not mention a lump or knot of tissue under the surface of the penis indicates that you might not have Peyronie's disease at all. At this time, you are only thinking it is PD, and maybe it is not. First things first. You should go see a doctor who specializes in this kind of problem, a urologist, who can tell you definitely one way or the other if you have Peyronie's disease.
If you have Peyronies disease then you can discuss with the doctor the best way to proceed to help yourself. At your young age, and having relatively mild symptoms, I suggest that you be extremely reluctant to allow yourself to be talked into surgery. It might eventually be necessary, but I would offer to you that it only be done as a last resort after you exhaust all possible conservative Peyronie's treatment measures that would help your body to cure any Peyronie's plaque you might have at this time.
Many men continue to have sex in spite of having Peyronie's disease, even with a bent penis. It depends on how badly it is curved and where it affects the penis. All is not lost. But you need to learn more about this problem and change how you masturbate. Please read Peyronie's disease and masturbation.
I suggest that you read and learn about natural ways to help your body eliminate the Peyronie's problem, and reverse your bent penis, if it turns out that is what is going on with you. Please let me know what you learn and what you decide to do. TRH