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Why is the penis tilted towards right side when not in erect ?

My friend is a healthy 37yrs old male, happily married for 7yrs. The only history of a disease was Measles at the age of 31yrs, which was completely cured. Recently he observed his penis to be tilted towards right side, when not erect. There s no pain. Is it a problem or a symptom of some kind? Any treatment available?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Feb 2011
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Endocrinologist 's  Response
Hi: Just tilting of penis may not be a major concern as long as his sexual functions are normal. If you are still worried, get your testis size and penis examined by a doctor.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Bhagwan Dass's  Response
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tilting of penis is not to worried but if u have any doubt regarding that u may visit ur regular family physician to clear ur all doubts although measles does not effect sexual power if treatment is good.

Dr.Bhagwan dass
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