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Are you worried about your Bent Penis?

What causes Bent Penis?

Erections occur as blood flows into sponge-like spaces in the penis, these spaces then expand. However, if they do not expand evenly the result can be a significant bend in the penis. Usually, this bend is slight and is not cause for great concern, but there are occasions where the bend may be so prominent that it causes pain, disruption of your sex life, and mental stress and embarrassment. 

Other possible causes include:  

  • Injury 
  • Autoimmune disorders 
  • Tissue abnormality. 
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You should also seek further medical attention if you experience any of the following:

A bent penis usually does not require treatment, only if there is severe pain and it is causing interference during intercourse would treatment be recommended. 

These treatments range from non-surgical options like injections and medicines, to minor surgery and implants. 

If your symptoms are causing you distress, physically or mentally, see a GP for a full diagnosis and to discuss your treatment options. 

Possible Causes and Related Conditions 

  • Autoimmune disorders 
  • Inherited fibrous tissue (collagen) abnormality 
  • Injury to the penis 
  • Peyronie's disease (a curved erection caused by one of a number of underlying conditions) 
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Possible Causes and Related Conditions
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Inherited fibrous tissue (collagen) abnormality
  • Injury to the penis
  • Peyronie's disease (a curved erection caused by one of a number of underlying conditions)
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Peyronie’s Disease Symptoms to look out for?

Peyronie’s Disease is one of the most common reasons for a bent penis. There are no clear reasons for why it is caused however, it may occur due to injury or may be a condition that runs in an individual’s family.  

The symptoms of peyronie’s disease include: 

  • Pain in penis when erect 
  • Changes to length and girth of penis  
  • Change in the shaft of the penis including a hard lump or a thickened area 
  • Change in shape including a curve in the penis or general misshapen appearance 

If you have experienced any of these symptoms or are currently experiencing, it is important to not let it go undiagnosed as there are a number of treatments including surgical and non-surgical methods to improve the condition.  

What is the best treatment for Peyronie’s Disease?

Peyronie’s Disease is unlikely to disappear permanently however, there are a range of treatments that can improve the condition if you are suffering with the symptoms.  Speaking to a doctor will help to establish which treatment methods may work best for you. 

Surgical Treatments include: 

  • Implanting a device designed to realign and straighten the penis  
  • Removing an area of the penis or the plaque directly to straighten the penis (A Doctor will fully discuss what is involved during an appointment)  
Non-Surgical Treatments include:
  • Injections or medicine (including sildenafil, Viagra or collagenase) 
  • Vacuum pumps or traction devices 
Each treatment should be discussed with a doctor as home treatments can pose a risk of complication and have no guarantee of treating the issue.