Hi everyone, as my erections have started to improve (I’m 14 months post surgery) I have noticed that I have developed a curvature in my penis. It bends back towards me when erect, noticeably but the bend is not extreme. I gather this may be Peyronie’s disease, and have read that this can be related (ie there is a higher incidence) with prostate surgery. I don’t have any pain and it doesn’t seem to be an issue with penetration, but I’m wondering if this is something that should get checked, or is it harmless? Can the condition get worse over time? Let me know if any of you have experience or knowledge about this condition. Thanks, Mike
Sorry to hear that, Brother! Are you an injector(Trimix and such)? I imagine it can get worse, but don't know if it actually will. I think I would see someone about
it. Some say a slight curve upward can be advantageous in certain positions, don't know if I can say more, or even that ( this isn't frank talk. I'm sure you can get a ton of responses over there). And yes, even for people who don't inject, there is a higher incidence for RP surgery patients.