Correcting Chordee with stretches
Hi am a 27 year old male and I suffer from Chordee.
Chordee is a condition in which the penis curves downward (that is, in a ventral direction). The curvature is usually most obvious during erection, but resistance to straightening is often apparent in the flaccid state as well. In many cases but not all, chordee is associated with hypospadias. Source: Wikipedia
I do not have hypospadias and my level of chordee may very well be minor. I do not suffer from pain, my erections are just fine. What bothers me more is the visual appearance of my downward curve, which I would go out on a limb and say is near 25-30 degrees down starting near the middle. Certain sex positions are uncomfortable as any position that requires my penis to be straight or be forced into an upward curve position can be difficult.
Basically, I think the form of chordee I suffer from is where the skin/tissue/muscle on the underside of my penis is slightly shorter then the top.
I have not been to a urologist specifically about my condition.
However, I wanted to know if doing certain penile stretches could possibly help my situation?
A couple stretches I do are:
1. While limp, I grasp the end of my penis (behind the head) and turn it upwards while pulling on my shaft. This creates some tension and a stretching feeling on the underside of my penis.
2. While semi-hard or fully erect, I do a similar technique but only turn it upward just pass being “straight” or slightly upward. When erect, this stretch causes the most tension and feeling of “stretching”.
So I wonder if doing #2 for long enough (months and months) do you think I might possibly slowly stretch the underside of my penis to mildly correct my curve? I am realistic and don’t expect to ever get a straight penis, however if I could diminish my curve, it would certainly improve my feelings about my issue.
Surgery is not something I want nor would I consider unless my condition got worse.
I could post a picture at some point if that would be helpful.