Developing a bent penis is a real shocker. Believe me, I know personally. I was mortified. Month by month it got worse and worse, until it was quite hideous.
The humiliation, fear, and depression that came along with it were no joke either.
When I first began reading and studying about penile bending, I wasn’t cheered up a bit. The information was mostly laboratory talk that wasn’t telling me anything I wanted to know on a practical level.
And, a LOT of information was false. Such as the statement: “The cause of Peyronies disease is unknown.” But, doesn't that just scare you? You have a disease with an unknown cause? It scared me. At first. It ran a chill up my spine!
I finally learned that is just plain nonsense and I will be explaining why to you in a few moments.
Eventually I learned the truth about a bent penis that develops later in life. And, it is very simple:
“A bent penis, especially one that develops in mid life,
is almost always the result of a mechanical injury of some kind,
as opposed to a pathological disease.
It does not require surgery, injections, or drugs 99.99% of the time.”
Now that made my day! This bending of mine was not a “disease” at all.
I don’t know about you, but to me, that was a major relief!
Here’s another point that took away the “mystery” of why it was happening to me: The injury that causes a bent penis is often so subtle that you possibly didn't even know it happened. So, that’s the mystery!
And, that small injury can cause quite a severe bend many years later. Even 20 or 30 years later.
That’s correct. A Peyronies “disease” bent penis is NOT actually a “disease”! It’s a developed “condition”.
This is an extremely important point when it comes to understanding why straightening a bent penis doesn’t require surgery 99.99% of the time, and why straightening is so easy with correctly applied traction.
A bent penis caused by Peyronies disease is the result of a mechanical injury.
Here’s the difference:
A mechanical injury is an injury like a bruise, a broken bone, a cut. It is caused by some form of trauma (injury). It is the result of an impact or tear.
A pathological disease, on the other hand, is caused by virus, bacteria, or parasite (like a common cold, mumps, tuberculosis, etc). Or degeneration (like cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc...) "Pathology" in it's most basic sense means "deviating from normal health". It is what we call "sickness".
A developed bent penis is virtually always caused by some type of physical trauma or over stretching: like rough sex play, a kick, a strong twist, tight clothing, aggressive masturbation....
There is virtually always some type of physical trauma or pulling involved. I can not think of a case where this was not true.
I’m sure bent penises caused by pathology exist. But, I haven’t personally come across anyone with one in the last 11 years of my research.
When the bending is caused by an injury, 99.99% of the time, it is very easy to fix.
Yes, I know. Yours seems so horrible to you right now that you are sure you are in that 0.01%. Am I right? You’re probably wrong about that. And, I think you’re going to very pleasantly surprised by just how well correct traction works for you.
A bent penis will develop in some men, from these injuries, and not in other men because: Not every man has the same genetics or heals the same way.
Some men are stronger than others. They are healthier. They have better recuperative powers. And, genetics plays a big role too.
As you probably know: Some men can get whacked pretty hard and not even get a bruise. Other men barely get touched and they get bruised and break bones. You’ve seen this. Right?
Along the same line, some men get cut badly and you really don't see a scar. Other men get a deep scratch and get a scar that looks like a major war wound. It is big, thick and obvious.
In between those two ends we have the majority of the population.
Part of the problem is genetic. Part of the problem is nutritional.
“No one knows what causes the bending.”
That is the biggest piece of nonsense you’ll read today! Maybe all year.
There is always a cause! It’s never a “mystery”, as many will tell you.
When man has a tear on his erectile chambers that leaves a scar (that he will never see, or, even realize he has), it may develop into quite a severe bend later in life. Even 20 or 30 years later. It's no mystery!
Developing a bent penis is most frequently caused by this minor internal scarring. Most often from a tear or injury that usually happened during some very passionate sex much earlier in life.
For Example: Did you every slip out of your partner’s vagina during some very passionate sex, and in the intensity of the moment, tried to shove it right back in,.... BUT, missed?
Was there an “Ouch”!!!
It was probably pretty funny then. Right? And, when you both stopped laughing you went right back to your heated passion!
You never saw blood, a bruise, or anything. Not then. Not in the days that followed. After the original “ouch” it never really bothered you. And, it made a very good story at Happy Hour.
That’s the way most of the seeds for our hideous, depressing bent penises get planted. (I’m sorry. I’ve gotten very into gardening this year and my metaphors are following....)
Now, I’m not in any way making light of your situation. I know it is horrible, kind of devastating sexually, depressing, embarrassing, frustrating, emasculating,.... and just plain awful.
But, here’s the good news:
“99.99% of the time it is very easy to fix a bent penis.
Safely and Effectively.
Without surgery, injections, or drugs.”
A developed bent penis condition apparently happens to only about 4% - 5% of the male population. Most men will never get it. But, there are a lot of us! Millions of men. You're not alone.
As you just learned, the primary reason for this penile curvature is scar tissue that hardens later in life. A scar caused by a minor tear from an impact, strain, or pull in your erectile chambers under the skin of your shaft. (The corpus cavernosum or the corpus spongiosum.)
As your body mends the injury, scar tissue is formed.
For most men, this will never cause any problem. For about 5% of us: Peyronies “disease. A bent penis later in life.
Other reasons for penis curvature, that don’t involve tearing or scarring include: genetics (you were born with it), over stretching of one side of the shaft from tight clothing, pulling regularly to one side during masturbation, etc... That is the most baffling bent penis to doctors because there is usually no scar tissue at all. However, the bending from genetics or these over stretches is rarely severe.
Hardening scar tissue is not nearly as elastic (stretchable) as regular or normal tissue (skin, muscle, fascia, etc...).
So, when the tiny scars on your erectile chambers harden, the hardened tissue does not stretch as far as the rest of the chamber. The harder and tougher these scars get, the more severe your bend becomes. That’s what is making your erection curve. It's that simple!
That is also why you don't see the curving when your shaft is flaccid (soft and limp). It is also why scar hardening is not even noticed on other parts of your body. Nothing else needs to stretch and expand the way your erections do.
This cause of this bending was first discovered by a man named Francois de la Peyronie in the year 1743.
Back in the early 1700s is when virtually every disease or condition was being named and modern medicine was being codified/organized. Anyone who discovered the cause of, or the way to fix, any ailment or condition, often got that ailment or condition named after him. And, unfortunately, that is how this most common type of bent penis was named Peyronie's Disease.
Later the apostrophe was dropped.
Peyronies Disease is not, as you have now learned, a true "disease". It is a condition. Like crooked teeth.
And, men to this day are suffering unnecessarily because they believe they have a “disease” when it is nothing of the kind.
A Bent Penis is not an STD (sexually transmitted disease), you can not catch it from sexual intercourse. You can develop it from rough sex in strange positions that cause your erect shaft to be turning unnaturally. So, it’s a good idea to teach our sons to be careful!
A large part of the problem is genetics.
The other reason is dietary.
The reason many people develop scar hardening is often due to the fact that 80% of the civilized world is deficient in both Omega 3 fats and Vitamin E. (That research is an article, or book, in itself!)
These are two of the vital nutrients necessary for soft flexible (yet strong) body tissue. These nutrients can also soften existing scars and are used by some doctors to help relieve the bending problem. The results using Vitamin E alone have proven marginal.
Saturated fat is also instrumental in proper healing. With the "low fat diet" insanity that is so prevalent today, it's no wonder there are so many men with this erection bending problem as well as a number of other problems that come from lack of healthy fat in the diet.
A "low fat diet" is totally unhealthy and unnatural! It will also actually increase your risk of both heart attack and stroke. Yes increase your risk! Lack of saturated fat (animal fat) makes your blood vessels brittle.
That's a statistical fact. Don't believe the hype on good healthy natural meat fats being your enemy. The veins and arteries become weak and brittle when there is not enough saturated fat (meat fat or butter) in the diet.
Almost everyone likes to experiment with different sexual positions. Those that don't, fantasize about it. Let's be real! Sex should be fun. It is healthy and good for you!
The thing is, if you start doing sexual things that cause your erection to make severe and painful bends, your are begging for some scarring or even what is known as a penile fracture.
In either case, if you’re one of us whose scars harden later in life, you'll be heading toward a bent penis. Maybe even a severely bending one!
It’s probably too late to warn you at this point in your life. But, be careful and cautious with the acrobatics.
Masturbation is responsible for a lot penile curvature.
The reason is, a man usually masturbates with the same hand and is regularly pulling his erection to one side or the other. The erectile chambers inside your shaft (corpus cavernosum) on the side being pulled, can stretch significantly over time. Your shaft may start to curve in the unstretched direction on erection.
However, that is usually just results in a curved erection. Because the curve usually is not too radical. Usually.
Here's another one of the great mistakes: Men taking direct penile injections for erectile dysfunction. They're whipping a tired horse instead of feeding it properly and giving it rest. You want a quick fix, you pay for it dearly!!
The horse eventually drops dead. The man eventually becomes totally impotent. But, in the process, all that injecting keeps making lots of tiny scars. They become a scar mass when repeated in the same place. Then the erection can start to arc off in the direction of that scar mass. Just exactly like the scars described above.
Some men with a bent penis (Peyronie's disease) experience hardened tissues in other areas of their bodies, like the hands or the feet. That is usually from a condition called Dupuytren's Contracture.
Dupuytren's Contracture is a cord-like thickening across the palm. It causes the fingers to pull inward. Dupuytren's Contracture is not common, but, it is also associated with the development of a bent penis in those men who have it.
"....Thank you William for making this problem so easy to understand...."
"....I didn't realize the solution could be so simple...."
"....The surgery scared me. So I tried the traction. Now I am happy to tell you I no longer have to have the surgery...."
"....that little device is one of the best investments I ever made...."
Straightening a bent penis, or even a zig zagging erection (multiple scars/plaque formations in different areas) is almost always very simple. If you do it correctly.
Yes, really. Almost always.
I know it seems hideous, surgery is frightening, and your situation may seem impossible to you right now. But, please, take a deep breath and let go of the worry. If you’re like almost all of us, you’re going to be OK.
Outside of some serious disease like penis cancer (very rare), it doesn't really matter what caused your bent penis.
“Almost every bent penis can be straightened effectively
correct penis traction.”
The reason that is possible is because a high quality traction device will be stretching and lengthening the shorter tissues before the longer ones are even noticeably stretched. It just takes some time, some persistence, and a high quality penis traction device.
So don't despair! If you are like 99.99% of us who developed a bent penis, your bending does not have to remain a source of pain and embarrassment any longer.
Remember: It’s easy to fix a bent penis 99.99% of the time. Without surgery, injections, or drugs of any kind.