I have a question about using a penis extender to reduce my curved penis.
I have had some moles removed from the top of my penis some time ago. I have a scar from my pubic bone that runs about 2-3 inches toward the head. Recently I have noticed when I have a partial erection my penis is curved upwards. I do not feel anything along the top that would feel like plaque or a bump or anything that shouldn't be there.
Could the scar be causing my curved penis condition? Do you think that a tension device like a penis extender would help my situation?
Guessing simply because you have an Anglo-Saxon last name, there is a possibility you could be genetically predisposed to Peyronie's disease. Your brief description is consistent with Peyronie's disease. The surgery you describe could have resulted in excess scar formation at the site on the top portion of the shaft where you were cut, causing an upward bend. Many men find that even Peyronie's surgery which is intended to reduce penis curvature will heal with increased scar formation and make their Peyronies worse.
The fact that you, as a layperson, cannot detect a noticeable scar or fibrous mass would not be unusual; many men cannot locate a Peyronie's scar when it is rather obvious to someone trained in this area.
You ask about a penis extender or mechanical traction device being used in your situation. You obviously have not read too much of the PDI website. Many men develop Peyronie's disease after being injured by such mechanical penis stretcher devices. For information about this, please refer to What do you think of a mechanical penis extender for treatment of Peyronie’s disease? and My Peyronie’s disease started after I tried to straighten my curved penis with a penis stretcher, should I use another one? and Penis stretcher: Big problem as Peyronie's treatment
I suggest you get a formal diagnosis of your problem so you know exactly what you are dealing with.
In my opinion, if it turns out you do have Peyronie's disease it would be good for you to attempts to try a brief therapeutic trial of Alternative Medicine treatment to see if you can stimulate a natural healing or recovery as it happens in about 50% of men who develop PD when the problem clears up on its own.
If you have additional questions please let me know. TRH