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Bent penis. Methods to get it right ?

so you are on line now? ok great.... Im in good health ...not overwieght.....but recently my Penis became bent....It looks me it didnt look to good to behin i have researched the Pironesse disease..(spelling is wrong) .......where there is some scar tissue or damage that occured.....not allowing the penis to be errect...I have heard from several that a simple streching device an exercise will and can eventurally correct the problem by breaking down the plaque build up ...or creating a scenerio where i guess you balance out the the side that is not effected..some how and it begins to straighten ... The other research i found is that a certain supplement helps to break down the fiber allowing it to correct itself......And the last horible option is surgery.....They show a wonder scary picture has motivation to buy thier product im sure...... So is a very embarressing situation and ...the lights wont be turned on anymore............So please advise lost ..dont know who to believe... thanks...!!! AAAA YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
Have you any injury or swelling of penis?
If no than nothing to worry of its bent.
It is due to its musculature.
anatomically penis is bent on one side due to its attachment of vessels known as frenulum.
It does not affect your or your partners sex satisfaction.
So forget about its bent & enjoy sex.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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