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Curve to the left now?

Curve to the left now?

My unit always had a slight bias to the left side, but this week, for some reason it’s really curving over that way. Why is that? Is PE doing something to aggravate that?

The only thing I’ve done differently this week was to wrap with a thera-p wrist strap. I increased my jelqs from 100-120. And I’m using the PM as usual.

I don’t like this!

Mine has always been perfectly straight, but since I restarted PE (clamped squeezes and manual stretches) I now have a slight turn to the right.


*I measure PRE-WORKOUT, normal erection* Started: 7 EBP x 4.9 EG. Several years on and off PE, now 8.125 EBP length x 5.5 EG midshaft (5.8 base). Working on girth (clamping) again after breaks due to injuries - fast recent gains! Pics

I thought the only way to combat any curves is to stretch and do light bends in the opposite direction??

I imagine they are caused in the first place from not stretching and/or bending in each direction perfectly even??

Personally I’ve noticed my own dick has a slightly more upward curve - which is sweet :)

Increased curvature

The same thing happened to me, and became quite noticeable. I altered my routine in that I stopped the ligament stretching, and now my penis has gone back to its original partial left curvature. However, I get the impression that it now has more of a curve than when I started. Yet, I’ve gained almost an inch in length and a quarter inch in girth since I began in July of 2004, so I will continue to jelq and occasionally pump. I must qualify this by stating that I started PE’s because at 36years of age, I really noticed my penis had been gradually shrinking.


Age: 42 Start date: July 14, 2004 Non-BPEL 5 5/8"; Erect girth, mid shaft, 5", base 5 1/4"

Current stats: BPEL 7.5"; Erect girth, mid-shaft (MSG) 5.25", base (BG) 5.5"

I’ve always curved to the left. I’ve tried jelquing against curve and bending against the curve, but I still curve to the left.

I guess the answer is “use your left hand”

Rambone and all,

I am surprised yall dont know more about peyronies disease. The most common direction of the curve is left or up. It is caused by an over development of fibrous tissue in the shaft.

This does not mean you have PD, Rambone, because no one can diagnose you over the net. But check for any small lumps or nodules or ‘hard’ areas on the left or top of the shaft near that curve.

PE has been known to cause Peyronie’s. But the good news is that mild stretching, with a pharmacologic additive can be very effective.

Is there any pain or sensitivity near that curve? Is their a slight indentation?

Just food for thought, dont take this too much to heart because more information is needed. Just be on the lookout for more symptoms.

BTW.. if there is ANY pain near that area you may need to see a doc.


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Originally Posted by Talons
Rambone and all,

I am surprised yall dont know more about peyronies disease. The most common direction of the curve is left or up. It is caused by an over development of fibrous tissue in the shaft.

This does not mean you have PD, Rambone, because no one can diagnose you over the net. But check for any small lumps or nodules or ‘hard’ areas on the left or top of the shaft near that curve.

PE has been known to cause Peyronie’s. But the good news is that mild stretching, with a pharmacologic additive can be very effective.

Is there any pain or sensitivity near that curve? Is their a slight indentation?

Just food for thought, dont take this too much to heart because more information is needed. Just be on the lookout for more symptoms.

BTW.. if there is ANY pain near that area you may need to see a doc.

No pain for me, no lumps, and the curve is slight. I’m sure it’s due to all of my right-handed MB over the years. It was present well before I ever discovered PE. Maybe I will just switch hands, lol.

Guess I’ll have to switch hands too. Mine is also making a pronounced curve to the left. But I do virtually all my jelqing with the left hand because I use the right one for clamping as I jelq.

HH


"It's not the getting there but the going that's gotta be good." Varg

Horsehung

Any injury to the shaft wall can cause fibrous tissue to form and this will cause a curve. So be particularly careful when clamping. That is why it is good not to use a camp w/o some kind of wrap under it. Thus one should not jelq with just one hand

When I say “clamping,” I mean with my hand, of course. I’ve never used any metal devices. But still, the effect must be the same, whether you’re doing it manually or with some device.

HH


"It's not the getting there but the going that's gotta be good." Varg

Horsehung

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