What is “Bent Penis Disease”?
Having a curved or bent penis – sometimes called bent penis disease, curved penis disease or crooked penis disease – can be a problem for many men. Up to 3% of men suffer from this condition, which can prevent them from enjoying a normal sex life.
The more severe type of penis curvature can make the penis appear “bent”, which is usually a result of the formation of a fibrous plaque (scar tissue) in the penis, as in Peyronie’s Disease. A simple curvature usually does not involve scar tissue.
What is Penis Curvature?
Penis curvature refers to an abnormal bend or curve in the penis that is most noticeable when the penis becomes erect. Other signs of a curved penis are narrowing of part of the penis during erection, painful erection, and difficulty with penetration or pain during sexual activity.
What causes a bent penis?
There are many elements that can help cause a bent penis or contribute to penis curvature. These are some of the major factors:
- Congenital curvature (Inborn causes) – The person could have been born with the condition or it could have developed within the first couple of weeks. Although in most cases the deformation can rectify itself without any treatment, in some cases it can persist. It would become noticeable especially around the time of puberty, when the penis develops much more rapidly owing to the action of hormones such as testosterone.
For some men the issue is just aesthetic but for others it can severely hamper a normal sex life, making sexual relations difficult, painful or even impossible.
- Injury / Trauma – A bend or curve in the penis could develop later in a man’s life as a result of some injury having been inflicted on the penis. A blow or some other harsh treatment can cause permanent damage. Minute blood vessels inside the penis can rupture and stunt growth, perhaps on one side of the penis. The healthy side would then continue to develop normally, eventually resulting in a curved or bent erect penis.
- Ill-fitting clothing – When men who habitually wear tight trousers or underwear get erections, the penis is usually positioned to one side. Blood flow becomes restricted on one side of the spongy tissue, which results in the opposite side receiving a better flow of blood and more effective enlargement.
- Sleeping on the stomach – Although medical proof is lacking, some experts advise adolescents to refrain from sleeping on their stomachs. The theory is that sleeping on the stomach could have the effect of compressing the blood vessels of the penis. This could result in reducing the supply of blood to part of the spongy tissue, inhibiting its development and inevitably forming a curvature.
- Peyronie’s Disease (Bent Penis Disease) – This is the most common cause of penis curvature. Being a degenerative disease, Peyronie’s will continue to become worse if left untreated. The penis will become increasingly curved or bent, or may even develop an “hour-glass” effect, usually near the base, when it becomes erect. This gives the effect of a band having been wrapped around the penis.
With Peyronie’s disease, the scar tissue (also known as Peyronie’s plaque) is inelastic and therefore cannot stretch along with the healthy penile tissue.
Other causes – There are some other disorders that can lead to the penis developing a curve; these include:
- Urethral stricture – Obstruction of the urethra (the tube through which fluids are expelled from the penis)
- Dupuytren’s contracture – This is an inherited connective tissue disorder involving a thickening of facia of the hand. However, only a small number of men with this condition develop curvature of the penis.
- Hypospadias – This is a birth defect where the opening of the urethra is not in its usual location on the head of the penis.
If a curved or bent penis is making sexual activity difficult or painful for you, or if you are simply embarrassed by the “looks” of your penis, you can take steps to fix the problem.
The easiest option is to use a curve in the penis, which involves gradually stretching the side of the penis that has the scar tissue (or bend) until it matches the other side.
You can also try taking a serrapeptase supplement. Serrapeptase is a natural enzyme that can dissolve fibrous plaque and break up the scar tissue. However, you’ll get best results when using the traction device in conjunction with Serrapeptase.
There are also certain bent-penis-straightening exercises that can be performed; however, these take patience, dedication and commitment to keeping a regular schedule.
Your final option for correcting a curved penis would be surgery. However, this is a drastic solution that could have dire consequences. It should only be considered as a last resort.
In conclusion, a curved or bent penis is a condition that should not be swept under the carpet. It could easily be corrected with a traction device. In fact, nothing should prevent you from enjoying a healthy and fulfilling sex life, especially something as easy to straighten out as penis curvature!
You might think that your condition is not a big deal but it could eventually cause problems that would be detrimental to both your sexual and psychological health. The Jes Extender can rectify bent penis disease in a few months!