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When I first got an erection(around 9 or so) I didn't know what it was. I bent it upward at a 90 degree angle from the base. It was very painful and I never did it again. I never took much notice of it, but now that i'm 14 I realize that my erections aren't normal. Whenever I get an erection, it will be much skinnier at the base, and it is able to easily bend upwards at a 90 degree angle. My penis works fine otherwise, I was just wondering if there is a way to fix this.
I think you're worried about nothing. As long as your penis is working and bringing you pleasure, you're fine. In fact, penises come in all sizes and shapes, with lots of variation. And they bend every which way. The only time to be concerned is if you experience pain. If this happens, see a urologist--a specialist in mens' anatomy. Best of luck to you. Dr. J
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