I am a male of age 23. I have a bent penis which curves towards right. It remains bent in flaccid as well as in erect state. It is in this condition as far as I can remember. One strange thing is that in back of penis(portion away from face) the right part is significantly thicker than left. Therefore it is tapered towards left. Its as if corpus spongiosum is shifted towards right from the central portion and thus accounting for thickness. I do not feel any scar or pain which are symptoms for Peyronie and neither do have any abnormality in urethral opening. So I am afraid it might be congenital penile curvature. Can you please shed a light on my situation. I am terrified about the possibility of surgery. Please give your opinion. Do I have to undergo surgery even in the case that I suffer no pain during masturbation till yet???
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