I have a curved penis about 90 degrees to the right, and it looks like it even is on its side a little bit, starting in the middle. I had my left testicle removed at 13. Is this something I can fix, or should get looked at?
15-20 degree bent is absolutely normal for a penis.Nothing has to be done.
But if however if your penis is bent to the left or right so much as to make it difficult or even painful to enter your partner during sex then pyrenoie disease has to be ruled out.
I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Ok...so if I am erect and still 90 degrees to the right and I have to manually take hold of it to make it "face front," something needs to be fixed, yes? How expensive is this kind of surgery to straighten myself out, and when is the best time for me to get it?
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