When your partner has a curved penis, you may rightfully be concerned that all is not well in the land of loving. Rest assured that your partner’s curved penis is normal.
Most men have some slight curvature in their penis, and this is perfectly normal. If your partner’s penis is causing him no undue distress, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse than it is doubtful to be a severe problem.
Should your partner’s penis be extraordinarily bent or curved or be causing him discomfort during sexual intercourse than it could well be that your partner has Peyronie’s disease.
What is Peyronie’s disease?
Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which a man’s penis may be curved or bent making sexual intercourse difficult or causing a man pain and discomfort. It can happen at any age. However, it may resolve itself in time without treatment.
What are the symptoms of Peyronie’s disease?
The typical symptoms of Peyronie’s disease include pain in the penis during erections, the penis looking misshapen or bent, a curve in the penis when it is erect or a thickened area or hard lump in the shaft of the penis.
How is Peyronie’s disease treated?
Most men will get better without treatment over time. However, there are a number of available treatments both surgical and non-surgical. You should discuss with your Doctor what approach to take Peyronie’s disease correction.
The available treatments at Moorgate Andrology for Peyronie’s disease correction are both surgical and non-surgical. In the non-surgical treatment of Peyronie’s disease, we offer injections which disrupt the collagen plaque that causes the curvature of the penis. If you would prefer the surgical option, we use the Stage Technique to straighten the penis through surgery.
To arrange for a private and confidential consultation for your partner, please call us on 0330 808 1968 or use the contact us page on this website.