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Bent flaccid from PE

Bent flaccid from PE

My penis has curved to the left, starting just above the glans, whilst flaccid, since I started PE in the last 10 days.
Not noticeable at all when erect.

I thought my jelqing was consistent with pressure, and I use both hands, with no obvious lean to the left.

I’ll focus more on jelqing in the opposite direction to the curve, but would be interested to know if anyone knows if this is likely the result of jelqing or fowfers?

The first possibility that came to my mind was that perhaps the curve was already there, and since you have begun a PE routine, which naturally will get you a lot more intimate with your penis, it is possible that you were unaware of the curve previously. This type of realisation is not uncommon when beginning PE. Many men have a slight curve to the left due to the fact that most men use their right hand to masturbate which does cause a curve to the left in some men.

It is also, I suppose, possible that you jelqing has some brought out a dorment curve (caused by right-handed masturbation) by some fibroblastic mechanism, or otherwise. That’s purely speculation though.

Have you noticed any other changes at all regarding the curve? Other than perhaps slightly annoying you, it doesn’t sound particularly serious. That being said, you should keep note of it and if the curve becomes mroe severe or starts to show in your erect penis, it could be that a plaque or somesuch is developing, but I don’t think that’s likely.

Tweaking,
I don’t masturbate with my right hand, so if there was a dormant curve, it wasn’t cause by that.

The curve is noticeable in the way that I could piss hands-free before, and now I’d miss the bowl. I have no other problems at all.

I’ll keep my eye on it, thanks for the information

If this is truly a new development after only 10 days of PE, I would proceed with caution. If you are in your first three months, you may want to wait on fowfers. They are pretty safe but as with anything, can be overdone. I would concentrate on the newbie routine only as you ‘get to know’ your penis in a new way!


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Alright, I’m sufficiently freaked out now, so I’ll forget the fowfers for the time being, try jelqing/stretching in the opposite direction and pay careful attention to any changes.

Thanks

Probably no reason to be freaked. If you ask a question, we’re going to give you our best guess as to what might be going on. Fixing an existing curve is very difficult, so introducing one (without obvious trauma) is probably not going to show up in 10 days.


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Yes, I actually do think it’s bringing out a dormant curve and not due to trauma. Thanks a lot for your input both of you

I wanted to add that there is a slight lean when erect, but this starts mid-way up where I have more girth. The girth is more pronounced on the right side.

So from what you’ve both said, yes, I actually do think it’s bringing out a dormant curve and not due to trauma since I have no other problems and haven’t been intense with PE. It was just shocking to notice it. Maybe I can make it less pronounced.

Originally Posted by panax
I wanted to add that there is a slight lean when erect, but this starts mid-way up where I have more girth. The girth is more pronounced on the right side.
So from what you’ve both said, yes, I actually do think it’s bringing out a dormant curve and not due to trauma since I have no other problems and haven’t been intense with PE. It was just shocking to notice it. Maybe I can make it less pronounced.

I don’t know much about it, but to me what you’re saying points towards the possible development of a plaque

The girth has always been more pronounced on the right side if that makes any difference?

Regarding plaque, I read this and it doesn’t fit the bill: “The plaque often begins as a localized area of irritation and swelling (inflammation), and can develop into a hardened scar. The scarring reduces the elasticity of the penis in the area affected.”

And this, “typically, a man would first notice a tender lump in the penis, which might later be followed by bending of the penis when erect, sometimes at very odd angles. The flaccid penis is not usually deformed. “

My PE really wasn’t intense or at high erection levels. Even so, I’ll look into the plaque thing more.


Last edited by panax : 01-28-2011 at .

Good stuff. I’m not trying to scare you! As I said I really don’t know much about this type of thing, just wanted you to be aware of that possibility. But yeah if you do some reading on fibrotic tissue injuries or disorders such as Peyronie’s Disease you’ll be in a better position to work out if you need to worry or not. There’s plenty of info on Thunder’s and around the web. Happy hunting :)

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