I am 21 years old and have been masturbating since I was 14. I think due to which the skin on the base of my penis under it on the right is stretched way too far. So my erection is always to the left as shown in the picture. My question is whether the stretched skin will regain its elasticity back again if I stop masturbating for a long while ??????
Hi G, Look cant see any loose skin, and your bend is just a natural curve, this comes from the way we who are right handed return our p***s back in our pants, do it to the rigth and it feels odd.
You could try jelqing to help releave the curve, just google pegym, and on there look for the beginners jelqing page and go from there, it worked for me, but stick to the program, dont push or rush the program, if you do you couls end up with ED, just stick to the rules and your be OK.
I a member of pe gym. Have been one for few months now. Well you see the thing is due to my crazy habit i have noticed that my skin to the right underneath my penis near the base has lost its elasticity. This happened i guess due to my wrong way of masturbating and I guess now I noticed it. Well now when i do get an erection besides the curve the penis sticks to the left more so. I just wanna know if this can be corrected naturally i mean can loose skin regain its elasticity ???
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