I have a waist in my penis that comes and goes. It shows up at different times more than others. I can't figure out why it won't stay consistent. It make me uncertain how to treat it. But, at the point of the waist it tends to “slinky” or hinge left. I guess that's the weak circumference making it do that. Is there a remedy or stretch that can build that back up? please help.
It sounds like you are describing what is called an hourglass deformity often associated with Peyronie's disease. I suggest you go to a urologist who has experience with this problem for a complete examination so you can know for sure what you are dealing with. Please do this for yourself.
The rest of this reply will assume you have been diagnosed with Peyronies disease.
Peyronie;s disease is not a static condition; it changes from time to time, sometimes it seems like the condition of the Peyronie's plaque or scar changes daily. I am not positive this is true, but I am convinced that the internal Peyronie's plaque that causes all distortion in this condition, including an hourglass deformity such as you are describing, is caused by the presence of the fibrous scar within the penis shaft.
It is my theory based on a great amount of communication daily with men who have Peyronie's disease that to change frequently the scar responds to minute changes in the blood chemistry, specifically the pH of the blood (the acid-base balance of the blood). Many things influence the pH, but probably nothing as much as our diet. For this reason I have devised a special Peyronie's disease diet that is described in detail in chapter 5 of “Peyronie's Disease Handbook.” If you follow this diet you will likely be able to control this frequent change in the condition of your bottleneck deformity.
To eliminate the hourglass deformity entirely, and to make your penis straighter and more stable during intercourse, you need to support your body's ability to reabsorb and eliminate the Peyronie's plaque that is causing all your problem. To do that please go to Start Peyronie's Treatment on the PDI website.
An important part of that protocol to treat Peyronie's disease is to use a safe and effective gentle manual penis stretching technique that was developed in a research project conducted by PDI in 2006; it is very effective. Mechanical penis stretchers are proven unsafe and practically impossible to use for most men.
Let me know if I can help you in any way. TRH