I've recently fallen in love with a woman and the time for intimacy is nearing.
Getting straight to the point:
When held by the shaft with a full erection, my penis has a buldge on the right side and curves to the left about 15 to 25 degrees(there abouts, somewhat hard to tell).
This isn't something new, when I was a child(5 or 6) my brother thought it would be funny to slam a large oak chest lid shut as I was standing near it to scare me... and it caught me. Thats where this comes from.
It's not painful whatsoever for me, but as I have never had intercourse.
My main concerns is that
A:Will the head of my penis become raw in one spot from rubbing on one side too much.
B:Will I hurt her by rubbing one spot inside her too much(left wall of her vagina)
C:Will the sensation for her be weird of unussual.. IE has anyone with a similar deformatie, have any experience where a woman just doesn't like it or whathaveyou.... I realize thats more of a personal preference from her, but it would be helpful to know nonetheless.
D:Should I try getting some kind of procedure done to lessen or completely correct the issue.
This was never really a big deal to me until today, when I started thinking about it.
I know I will have no problems getting in, and in the future for children I will have no problems ejaculating inside her for conception either.
I tend to... become very selfconscious sometimes.
Any suggestions or comments would be greatly apreciated.
Don't worry about your "bend". You will not hurt her or yourself during intercourse. If you are really unsure, see a urologist. Just remember that she doesn't get her excitement from the inside of the vagina, but on the outside where the skin touches and on the clit, which is about 2 inches or so above the vagina. Have fun and use a condom with a good spermicide cream.
Hi, you have what is known as Peyronies Disease.It is when you have a bend in your penis.It most of the time causes no problem,but some men do have pain with it if they have ruff sex or when a woman is on top.I would not worry to much about it.If it ever gives you problems,a doctor can treat you.I dont think you will ever have to.Its very rare to have to have any type treament.Good luck.
In reguards ,to women on top dont let it fool you some women can go very fast on top.But that has nothing to do with it hurting you it has to do with the pelvic bone of some women being lower set and more narrow than other women.That is what might make the difference but again it may not!
Your curvature sounds fine. In fact, you both might appreciate positions where you're stimulating her gspot. For instance, if it bends to the left, you could lie on your right side while she lies on her back, perpendicular to you and with her legs over yours.
I also think that part of the possible issue with woman-on-top is that this is the position in which most penis fractures occur, and you're already at increased risk with the current curvature of your penis. Penis fractures (rupturing of the corpus cavernosum) can happen with any sudden blunt trauma to the penis - complete withdrawal with deep or vigorous thrusting sometimes misses, and bones or other tissues or materials are pretty unforgiving. But don't worry, this is very uncommon. I'm only throwing this out there since woman-on-top was mentioned in previous posts :-)
Well I want to be able to use all positions with her... Shes a very petite woman. 5'3", 100lbs. I'm 5'11" and 227lbs, so her being on top maybe a better situation, I don't know.
I'm going to see my GP and have him reccomend me a Urologist, if only to reassure myself that theres nothing wrong.
I have another question however...
The left side of my penis seems weaker than the right side(I can't bend it to the right hardly at all, but I can bend it to the left fairly easily until I have a full erection), also when I have a full erection, the penis seems to get a little straighter more or less a buldge on the right side and a bit of a curve.. Could it be possible that it's not peyronies and I have a damaged blood vessel?
Or is that one in the same?
I spoke to my mother about what happend years ago(she was the one who drove me to the hospital) and the doctor just said there would be some bruising, but no permanent damage. Obviously he was wrong.
Lastly, I've been reading up on treatments.
Is Vitamin-E still a possibility for me, having it for so long? Or is it just for newly discovered cases?
I really really don't want surgeory, and I heard about some kind of shockwave therapy? Would this work on someone like me? or is it again for newly discovered cases?
As I am right now, I think I would have trouble performing for her, psychologically.
You sound fine physically, and I don't see any reason why you couldn't have sex with her in any position. I only mentioned that position as something both of you might find extra pleasurable ;-)
As for the rest, I'm glad you're seeing a urologist, if nothing else for your own peace of mind. I would also encourage you to pick up a copy of Great Sex, by Michael Castleman. I think will ease your mind considerably, and help you see and understand your sexuality (and your partner's) in a whole new light. He emphasizes non-genitally focused, massage oriented, total body sex - which is not only relaxing/anxiety relieving for you, but the kind of sex most women love ;-)
Yo, you don't necessarily have Peyronie's Disease: this term gets thrown around alot, often for anybody with a curve in their penis.
However, if you've had this bend for a long time, chances are this is a CONGENITAL curvature, not Peyronie's. It could also be a scar, which still ISN'T Peyronie's.
For the record, Peyronie's is SCARRING GONE WRONG: a scar alone is no Peyronie's; Peyronie's is excessive scarring, an exaggerated scarring response, where more scar is produced than is necessary for the micro-trauma, due to a malfunction in the wound-healing process. No one knows why this happens, and it usually afflicts middle-agers.
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