I must admit that I am very embarrassed to send this message.
I'm 52 years old with what could be a fairly long 4.5 to 5" penis, but the curvature is painful and very very frustrating for my lover and me. I keep my pubic hair shaved to give the appearance of more mass, but he is not satisfied, nor am I.
Is there any penis surgery procedure you could recommend? I have been too embarrassed to mention this to our family practitioner (female).
What first steps can I do to improve my condition?
In His name, Peter
After reading your email a few times I am not sure if you are more concerned about the pain and distortion of your Peyronie's disease, or by your loss of penile size since you developed PD.
We live in a strange culture in which personal self-worth and value as a human being is based on penis size. Your penis is attached to you; you are not attached to your penis. Think about that a bit.
There is no need for embarrassment since developing PD is not a personal character flaw or a deliberate act that suggests an imperfection of who you are as a person; it is just an unfortunate health problem. No one should feel embarrassed for having glaucoma or asthma, not should you feel that way because of your PD.
From my experience in communicating with many hundreds of men since 2002 about penis enlargement surgery, I hear far too many horror stories of failed surgery. Learn to enjoy what you have and who you are, or you might be left with little to enjoy.
If you want to actually treat your real problem I suggest that your go to the PDI website to learn how to increase your ability to heal and repair your Peyronie's disease – which in turn could result in return of lost penile length and girth. TRH