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Elapsing on curvature correction

Elapsing on curvature correction

Okay so before you all advise me to search or read different forums or link me different forums please do not. I already have done a load of reading. But what I do not understand is, how am I supposed to jelq? I mean I curve to the left and it seems that I have a minor bump on the right side of my penis. I can provide a picture soon if that helps you readers in understanding my position of whether I have peyronie’s disease or not. But I will try to correct my curve either way. I curve to the left so does that mean I jelq towards the right? Does that mean that I have to hold my penis to an angle towards the right and jelq with my right hand? Because that’s really annoying and uncomfortable to perform. Not to mention it is not that easy. I will try if I have to but not until I know it’s necessary. Would it be possible to get a tutorial video in a new section of “Curvature Correction Tutorial” or something because it seems that I am not the only one confused about this. I do not want to hurt my self as the member PEST was saying that I have to perform this lightly without too much pressure at about 40% erection. How am I supposed to know when I’m 40% erected? Please don’t penalize me for a suggestion Thunder

I hate advising to search. It’s just as lazy- if not MORE lazy than the person initiating the post.

I used to curve to the left back when I began PE. Now I am bent to the right (yes bent, like 45 degree angle piece of pipe bent). Anyway, the key is to catch the curve correction early and not end up with it going in the opposite direction (like me).

You can try to jelq against it… by biasing your jelq strokes to sort of curve off to the opposite direction by the end of the stroke.

You can also tuck your penis on the pant leg going against the curve.

You can also stretch against it like I did. I would use A-stretches using my right hand as the puller, and the left wrist as the fulcrum. My penis would be slightly rotated so the right corpus cavernosa chamber was touching my left wrist (I would feel uncomfortable with it any other way). After several months, the curve was cured and well now it goes the other way. So you can try these things I mentioned, but just stay on top of your progress in terms of gaining and the curve correction. I’m not worried about my situation because all I will do to correct it is to switch hands with the stretch- may take a while but I’ll eventually get it down. Good Luck!


PEing since Jan 1st, 2003

Originally Posted by Fourtyone
…Would it be possible to get a tutorial video in a new section of “Curvature Correction Tutorial” or something because it seems that I am not the only one confused about this. I do not want to hurt my self as the member PEST was saying that I have to perform this lightly without too much pressure at about 40% erection. How am I supposed to know when I’m 40% erected? Please don’t penalize me for a suggestion Thunder

Fact is, Fourtyone, your subject is not even fully understood yet by the medical community, let alone here.

There are some surgical procedures that work pretty well; some of them result in a loss in length but they can straighten you out. There is also a promising German intervention that involves applying some gas to the area. I can’t give you more info on that.

Other methods work to some degree, or not at all.

Vitamin E cream applied to the plaque site can help some - or doesn’t help at all. Takes many months.

Vacuum pumping with the right sized tubes, and regularly, helps but seldom straightens the shaft entirely. Takes many months.

Manual exercises are very tricky to do and explain because the owner of the curve does not have enough knowledge of the extent of his plaque buildup or the exact dimensions of it as to how deeply the plaque extends inside. To tell someone like you “work against the curve” is pretty useless. You may not even be able to detect where your plaque is by looking or feeling. You are pissing in the wind by counter-jelking to get rid of it because you don’t have enough knowledge about your own scar tissue. A doctor can easily figure that out for you.

If I had a bend/curve, I’d ignore it unless it made sex painful. There are plenty of posts here from guys who have beneficial curves. They can hit spots in vaginas that the rest of us “straight” guys can’t.

And… where is it written by women that curves are ugly?


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Originally Posted by Wt282
I hate advising to search. It’s just as lazy- if not MORE lazy than the person initiating the post.

The REAL lazy option is to ignore the post. Which is what happens most of the time.


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