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Scarring on Penis from masturbation
Ok this is my first time on here. It starts back to I guess when I was about 14. That's when I first came across masturbation. All through highschool and the early 20's I thought I was doing at a normal amount. But it looks to be I might have been doing it too much. Over the years do to the friction,I guess, scarring started to develop. At first it wasn't that bad. I using my bare hand. Then after years later I started using a sock for less mess. Anyway over time scarring developed but I couldn't stop because it didn't hurt while I was doing the deed. I guess slowly over time because I kept doing it it by each session it got worse and worse. I have slowed down the past couple years so there's been no more progression of scarring. Im right handed so its on the right side. It basically looks like what it is and thats friction from masturbating over years. The penis also curves to the right just in direction as when I use it. So my question is is there
anything I can do to help it heal or go away if it can go away? What's the best thing you can do
to make a scar look better? I've read up a little on the curving part and talks bout scarring on the inside tissue. I have made a big step in staying away from it as much. I just wonder if over time the linger I let it be it will slowly heal on it's own but I wanna know if there's sumthin I can do to increase or energize the healing process to make it better or go faster than it would if all by itself..
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Hello,
For such symptoms, peyronie’s disease due to scarring should be ruled out. Peyronie’s disease is a connective tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis. These plaques cause the penis to be bent. The disease starts as a small bump or constriction on the shaft of the penis below the skin and then consequently curving of the erect penis occurs. Treatment is by medicines like vitamin E, colchicines, Verapamil or Potoba and surgical intervention which is the definitive treatment.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
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