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One day when i was sleeping i rolled over my erect penis accidentally.Then i felt some small tearing feeling.But no exact pain.I got up and look for any signs.But no any bruising ,no any swelling,actually nothing except vary small pain on the top part of the penis which left after about 2 days.I had no any problem in ejaculation or erection.Actually i am fine.Its about 5 months now after the incident.Now i realized that my penis bends very little from a point near the base of the penis.But it is not the point which hurt earlier.Also when i masturbate,that area usually presses.I do not know exactly that bend was there always because i found that when looking carefully.Sir i want to know if there is anything to worry.Thanks
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