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Fixing Curvature / Bend

Fixing Curvature / Bend

Guys,

I have a bend from right to left in my shaft (when erect & it also hangs this way generally when flaccid)- I believe I have fairly much always had it (so I think its unlikely that its Peyronies), has anyone else here got this problem or had this problem and been able to fix it thru exercise, so I am looking for exercises that ACTUALLY WORK. Sure I would like to get my penis overall bigger but right now I just want to fix this curvature.

Any worthwhile response would be appreciated.

I have fixed to some degree my upward curve by jelqing against the curve when 80% erect. Pumping and the added girth have also made a difference.

However this should be done very carefully and not after some jelqing experience under your belt. Even then it can be dangerous, I personally know of a guy that was injured due to those erect bends, trying to fix a curve.

I, on the other hand, took it slow and never had an injury.

I have done some jelqing exercises with somewhat pleasing results (enlargement etc) - so I feel exercises may work to fix the curvature problem

After you have 2 months of jelqing under your belt and you feel your penis is getting used to the intensity and pressure, start to experiment with jelqing against the direction of your curve.

You could start doing it every 10 jelqs. See how that feels.

OK so there isn’t much contribution in the way of exercises, instead of focussing on solely size in this web-site, out of interest who has a ‘dead-eye-dick’(err .. straight one) who has a curve - left or right?, big angle or small angle? - please discuss - would be interested to hear

What does it mean to “jelq against the curve” anyways - does it mean you’re just pushing your grip out that way? Does it mean the pressure is applied most on that side? Does it mean that you put your palm (because it is not a weak point in your grip) against the curve? I’ve seen 100 threads saying to jelq against the curve but none describing the actual mechanics of it.

Thanks

Originally Posted by lookingtolearn
What does it mean to “jelq against the curve” anyways - does it mean you’re just pushing your grip out that way? Does it mean the pressure is applied most on that side? Does it mean that you put your palm (because it is not a weak point in your grip) against the curve? I’ve seen 100 threads saying to jelq against the curve but none describing the actual mechanics of it.

Thanks

Here I thought I was the only one…

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