Monday, March 12, 2018

Severe Cock Curve

These things seem to come in spurts. 😀

"I'm 23, graduated college in December, and now I have a good job with decent insurance. I was born with hypospadia - the urethra developed kind of outside my dick. It was fixed when I was a baby. Ever since my erections have a down curve. I mean a big curve. Is is possible to get this straightened?"
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While some curve can be dealt with, a severe curvature can be problematic. Whether vaginal or anal, penetrative intercourse may not only be painful for both parties, if you aren't careful you can hurt a partner, and further damage your cock.
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I can't say for sure that it can be surgically corrected, but with the advances in micro-surgical skills it may be possible. You'll need a referral to a Surgical Urologist. And, you'll have to be mentally prepared for what he'll do.
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An initial exam of your cock will be to feel for any scars left from your childhood surgery. Then he'll probably want a sonogram done - and your cock is going to have to be hard when they do it. They should ask if you can muster up an erection. If not, they'll give you an injection at the base of the shaft. This is called an injection erection.
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The worst thing about these hard-ons is, you aren't going to be able to beat it into submission. This type of boner won't subside with an ejaculation; they don't go down until the medication wears off. Though, there is another injection they could give to get rid of it. Though you may have to ask. If they don't, that means you'll most likely walk out of the clinic with quite the bulge. 
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If that is going to cause you embarrassment - though boners shouldn't embarrass any of us - I suggest wearing a shirt long enough to cover your crotch.
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I know I have at least one Faithful Reader who is familiar with this issue. I hope he can provide some insight for you. Please write and let us know how your appointment goes, and the results. This is information a lot of men would be interested to have. 

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Thank you so very much to everyone who wrote in regarding Friday's post. That's what I love about writing this blog - the way so many folks are willing to offer suggestions, and share their own experiences to help others.

8 comments:

Patrick said...

You certainly get the questions!!! Great post as always. Wonderful images! We're have good rain at present, most welcome!

Xersex said...

I'n not familiar, sorry!

mistress maddie said...

It amazes me to no end how much knowledge you hold friend! Your a asset to the community on here!!!

Fullmoonma said...

I think curvature is part of the hypospadias package, probably not the result of prior surgery. Most of what I read indicates there is a lot more to be lost than gained with surgery on the penis. I've had to adapt my sexual practices to my downcurved hypospadias model. I would encourage your correspondent and his sexual partners to take that approach. If he's a total top and only wants to fuck, that may be hard advice to take.

A French Patrick said...

"To get this straightened"... It sounds strange, coming from somebody who is already straight, and even more strange if that comes from somebody who is gay if he doesn't want to become straight.

More seriously, you can find a video which shows you 2 Techniques that you can do at home to correct penis curve @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsWVbkeXCUY
As for me, I have no big confidence in these techniques, and if I was in this case I would think that it doesn't matter what shape it is as long as it doesn't affect sex.

If it's a Peyronie's disease it can be caused by scar tissue, called plaque, that forms inside the penis, but it may also be linked to genes.
I invite you to read this article @ https://www.webmd.com/men/peyronies-disease#1
Depending on the symptoms, you may opt for observation, medical or surgical treatments.

In conclusion, Pat is right, the best option is more than probably that you have a referral to a Surgical Urologist.

Love, hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.

Gabriel said...

I always learn something when I stop by your blog.

I hope that this young man is able to get some help from a surgical urologist and that he sends you an update on how it goes. Best wishes to him!

T said...

It can be corrected through surgery but results vary. Doctors may only offer surgery if the curve is beyond being able to penetrate. If its not outside of their boundaries (will differ from doctor to doctor); they will not touch it with surgery.

It will be expensive and depending on insurance you may not be covered. Finding a surgeon that can perform the operation successfully and confidently is another issue. Penile implants and most surgery regarding that is relatively new.

It is something that the surgeon would go over all options with the patient. Surgery will always be last resort.

ANDROPENIS said...

How is Peyronie’s Disease Treated?

SURGERY - XIAFLEX - ANDROPEYRONIE

In a very few number of cases (about 13 out of 100), Peyronie's disease goes away without being treated. Many health care experts suggest treating the disease without surgery for the first 12 months after the disease is first noticed.
Men with small plaques, not much curving of the penis, no pain, and no problems with sex may not need to be treated. If you need to be treated, there are 3 choices.

1 Surgery for Peyronie's Disease : There are 3 basic ways to fix Peyronie's disease with surgery, but Surgery is not without risks and can include shortening of the penis (scar retraction) and a chance that the distortion will return. COST: $25,000 - $35,000
-making the side of the penis opposite the plaque shorter
-making the side of the penis that curves longer
-placing a prosthetic device inside the penis


2 Penile Injections ( XIAFLEX® ) COST: 2 vials $2,650 8 vials $10,600
Injecting a drug right into the plaque brings higher doses of the drug to the problem than when a drug is taken by mouth. Plaque injection is often used for men with acute phase disease who aren't sure they want to have surgery. The skin is often numbed before the shot to reduce pain.
Injection of CCG into collagen-containing structures such as the corpora cavernosa of the penis may result in damage to those structures and possible injury such as corporal rupture. Treatment of Peyronie's disease with intralesional therapy: Injection of collagenase is contraindicated in the treatment of Peyronie’s plaques that involve the penile urethra due to potential risk to this structure and in patients with a history of hypersensitivity to collagenase used in any other therapeutic application or application method. Injection of collagenase into collagen-containing structures such as the corpora cavernosa of the penis may result in damage to those structures and possible injury such as corporal rupture (penile fracture).


3 ANDROPEYRONIE® COST: $200
Treatment of Peyronie's disease with penile traction therapy (ANDROPEYRONIE). Penile traction therapy (PTT) is used to avoid penis shortening after prostate surgery, which can be used as penile rehab. it would be an effective and safe method Without expensive risky surgery or injections. Andromedical, a urology laboratory which has been investigating medical, non-invasive treatments to Peyronie’s disease, micropenis, post radical prostatectomy penile rehab and erectile dysfunction for 20 years. Andropeyronie is a simple, effective and non-invasive treatment of the correction of penile curvature. Andropeyronie reduces the curvature of the penis + 50%. Andropeyronie increases the length of the penis and also the girth.