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My penis has a curve when it gets erect. Please tell me I am able to have sex?

My penis goes awry when gets erected. Plz tell me can I able to do sex and if yes, then am I able to satisfy my partner?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
I don't know what you mean by "goes awry."  If you mean it is curved, then that is not really a problem.  Many men have a penis that curves, and it will not prevent you from having a normal sexual relationship.
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Thank you so much.
3191940 tn?1447268717
Are you having any pain with your erections? If so, that is a different problem.
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No. I am not having any pain while erection. But it's really very curved. I don't think I can satisfy my partner, can I?
Can I make it straight by doing some exercise or anything else?
Plz answer anybody....
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As the others said, the curve is called Peyronie’s disease, it’s fairly common & you should still be able to please your partner. Keep in mind that women don’t usually reach orgasm from intercourse alone, so if you want to please her, you can learn to stimulate the Clitoris manually or orally. Start by asking her what she likes & have her show you how she likes to be touched.

As far as a cure, there are now some medical treatments that can reduce or reverse the degree of curvature. Also, there are some actual devices (somewhat expensive) that you apply to the penis & these can gradually reduce the curve - you can look up both medical treatments & devices to treat Peyronie’s online...
207091 tn?1337709493
I agree with this, but would add that you get it diagnosed as Peyronie's before trying anything you find online. Your curve may seem extreme to you, but in reality, may not be.

As a woman, I can tell you that a curve isn't a bad thing. Most of the time, it's not even noticeable.
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Oops I should say that I agree with what Bonzo says. :)
Yeah, good point - should have said that myself! See a Urologist first, then if he/she diagnoses Peyronie’s, you can proceed to the cure under Dr’s supervision...
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Use a penis pump it will help straighten it out..Believe me it works
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Using a penis pump on a penis with Peyronie's, if that's what he has, can be a bad idea, especially because not all pumps are the same. Don't try anything without getting checked first.

I tend to agree - a pump can temporarily add some girth & a little length, altho not permanent in most cases. But a pump is not likely to ‘fix’ a bend, altho it prbly wdn’t hurt, so might be worth a try. But I agree about seeing a Urologist first before trying anything on your own.

Peyronie’s is caused by fibrosis on one side of the penis - what that means is, there’s an area of tissue in the Corpus Cavernosa (the 2 chambers, one on each side, that fill w/ blood to create an erection) that’s no longer ‘spongy’, flexible & able to expand. Shockwave therapy MAY be able to break up the fibrotic tissue & reduce the amount of ‘bend’, but it’s very expensive. Some ppl have claimed that L-Taurine supplements might help, others have suggested Vit E cream, but these are both unproven.

Bottom line - you can start w/ your reg Dr first, but I think ultimately you’re going to want to see a Urologist & see what possible treatments are suggested...
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