How I Straightened

Deformed Penis

deformed penis

A deformed penis! How did I get this? It used to be perfectly straight. And now it bends like I caught it in the car door and broke it.

Does that pretty much describe what has happened to you recently?

If so, you’re not alone. This “out of nowhere” condition, that seemed to happen for no explainable reason, is not uncommon. But, it can be really scary when it happens to you!

How Did I Suddenly Get
a Deformed Penis?

We identify with our sexuality and our sexual powers when we are young men. And this identity sticks with us mentally. Then as we get older and things start to age and become less... let’s just say less powerful, it’s disturbing.

That’s bad enough for any man’s ego. But when you see your erections changing from straight to curved, or outright bent, it can be emotionally devastating!

A deformed penis scares us!

But, there normally is a very simple answer: Peyronies Disease. And this condition can be easily corrected 99.99% of the time.

Don’t Panic!

If like most men, you are unfamiliar with Peyronies Disease, the situation can really make you panic!

A deformed penis is no joke. Especially if you’ve had a really nice normally straight one up until now.

If the curve or bending is severe it can really hurt when you get an erection. The major bending can also hurt your partner on penetration. This can destroy your sex life. And, be harmful your relationship.

Remember This: For most men there is no need to worry or panic.

This simple condition can normally be straightened quite easily and effectively.

Is It
Peyronies Disease?

So, what is Peyronies Disease?

First, let me explain something here: This so called “disease” is not actually a disease.

You didn’t “catch” anything and it’s not contagious.

Peyronies Disease is simply the name of the most common type of deformed penis. It carries this name because the cause of the condition was discovered by a man named Francois de la Peyronie back in 1743.

Back then, western medicine, as we know it, was still organizing and a lot of conditions and maladies were getting named after whoever did the discovering.

So whatever was discovered by Mr. Brown (for example) was called “Mr.Brown’s Disease.”

Peyronies is no more a disease than the scar you get from a cut you got from handling broken glass.

Peyronies Disease is the formation of a rigid piece of tissue (a scar) on the chamber(s) inside your penile shaft.

This stiff hard tissue doesn’t stretch when you have an erection and is makes your erection bend to that side.

If there is more than one scar, it can bend in multiple directions.

That causes the curving or bending that you will only see during erection. When it is flacid (soft) it looks and feels perfectly normal.

Deformed Penis Types

Outside of Peyronies Disease, this severe curving condition is very rare. A small curve is common in men. About 50% of men have some kind of small cure in their shaft. The other types usually occur at birth. And I’ve never heard of another one that actually developed in a middle aged man. Although I’m sure, as with most everything, there are such cases.

Why am I telling you all of this? Simple: the condition you probably developed is actually a lot more common than most men realize. It’s just not talked about much. BUT, it is easy to correct in 99.99% of cases.

So, if you are like most men, you can take a deep breath and relax!

I know, it looks hideous. It is as embarrassing as can be. AND, you fear you have lost your sex life forever.

But, if this type of deformed penis is your problem, and you are like most men, you don’t have to worry or suffer with it much longer.

Caused It?

Like I said, the cause is almost always a very simple one.

Your bent penis was almost undoubtedly caused by a simple internal scar on the chamber(s) inside your shaft. These chambers fill with blood, and expand when you are sexually excited. That is what creates your erections.

What makes this type of bending (erection) seem like such a mystery is that those scars may have formed 5, 10, or even 20 years ago. Recently, however, the scar(s) have thickened, hardened and/or developed some plaque (hard fibrous connective tissue).

Because nothing happened to your cock recently, it seems like there was no cause. (But there was a definite cause.)

That is why the bending seems to be mysterious and that is why it seems like it “came from nowhere” or from a disease.

Those scars almost invariably came from some kind of rough sexual activity that caused an injury internally. That happens very easily when a man is having intense sex and slips out of the vagina and forcefully misses on the was back in. That is the most common cause. Rough masturbating can cause the same problem.

It may just be a mild pain when the injury happens. And because it is internal you don’t see it. But, if the chambers tear a little inside, a scar forms as they heal. That can cause all these problems now, 10 or 20 years after the incident(s).

Did It Happen Now?

That doesn’t seem to make sense, does it?

If the injury happened so long ago, why did it just cause this deformed penis (erection) problem recently?

The reason for that is: time and age.

Over time scar tissue can get thicker. But as we get older our skin and tissues change. They lose elasticity (The ability to stretch. Like an old rubber band.). The scar(s) can also get harder. For a few reasons that I won’t go into here.

It is this hardening tissue, the inability to stretch, that is causing the deformed penis now.

A scar anywhere else in or on your body that got harder, and less stretchable, would probably just go unnoticed.

But, because you erection requires your cock to stretch to maybe 3, 4 or even 5 times it’s limp size, anything that is not stretching properly is going to make the shaft bend during erection. It’s that simple.

And that is why it is also so simple to correct.

Straightening A Deformed Penis
Naturally, Safely and Easily

For almost all men who develop this condition there’s no need to suffer with it much longer or undergo dangerous surgeries to straighten it.

A deformed penis of this type is common. However, there is very little common knowledge or education on the subject.

That is why I have devoted this entire website to discussing the problem and relating the best proven methods of correcting it to you.

The very best straightening methods are:

  • Natural
  • Safe
  • Easy

And they use no surgery or drugs.

These natural methods for straightening a bending, curving, deformed penis are clinically proven to be the safest and most effective in the world. And, they have proven to give the best results!

They are so good, in fact, that they are now medically recommended in 29 countries worldwide.

For over 99% of men, these methods have proven successful.

I Started

In the articles on this website I have given detailed explanations on how these clinically proven methods work and how you can use them most effectively.

I also explain all the other current methods and which ones don’t really work and the future trouble and permanent damage they can cause.

A deformed penis is no joke. And it can make you miserable.

If you are suffering with a deformed penis, I really recommend taking the time to read all the articles in the Navigation bar on the left side of this page.

The best ones to start with are “A Bent Penis is Easy to Fix”, followed by “How to Fix a Bent Penis”.

Those two articles should set your mind at ease . They will let you know exactly how common your deformed penis condition is and how easy it is to fix 99.99% of the time.

Reading the rest of the articles in the NAV bar on the left of this page will give you the detailed reasons why these natural methods are best and most effective.

So don’t worry:

A deformed penis that occurs later in life and seems to come out of nowhere usually is very easy to straighten.

Be Well.....

~ William

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