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Penis bends to right normally and also when erect

Hi, I m 21 yrs of age and I have an issue about my penis , my penis has changed alot in just less than a year. You see when my penis is erect it bends to the right alot, and even when its not erect it positions to the right. Having not had sex before, I had my chance for the first time, but the embarrassment had stopped me. I m a bit scared to how i would have sex with my penis in this way. please could you help Doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Although some amount of bending/ deviation of the penis to one side is common in many people but excessive bending can also be because of a condition known as Peyronie's disease. In this there is thickening (plaque formation) in your penis and it causes it to bend to one side, which is exaggerated when it is erect. It can even lead to pain during intercourse. Sometimes you can feel a hard nodule on one side of your penis.
You should get your penis checked by a doctor and see if it is normal or because of Peyronie's.
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