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Why does my penis bend towards the left

Penile curvature is not uncommon, and in many cases, a slight bend in the penis is considered normal. It's often due to variations in anatomy, such as the length of the penile tissues on either side. However, if the curvature is sudden, severe, or accompanied by pain or other symptoms, it might be indicative of a condition called Peyronie's disease.

Peyronie's disease involves the development of fibrous scar tissue inside the penis, which can cause it to bend or curve during erections. The exact cause of Peyronie's disease isn't always clear, but it could be due to injury, genetics, or other factors.

If the curvature is causing you concern or discomfort, it's recommended to consult a healthcare professional, such as a urologist. They can provide a proper diagnosis and suggest appropriate treatment options, which might include medication, physical therapy, or in severe cases, surgery.

However, if the curvature is not associated with any pain or other issues, and it doesn't interfere with sexual activity or cause distress, it might just be a normal variation. Nonetheless, discussing any concerns with a healthcare provider is still a good idea to ensure it's not a sign of an underlying issue.

Dr. Sudhir Bhola

Dr. Sudhir Bhola


Dr. Sudhir Bhola is an award-winning Sexologist. Available for online audio, video, and clinic visit consultations. Call 9899118111

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