Thread: Penis Curvature (Advice needed)
- 01-22-2011 #1
I would like to ask your opinion regarding my penis shape.
Ok so my current length is 15,5-16cm. At the first 8,5cm it goes almost straight ahead, but after this there is a turn to the left about 25degrees and goes straight again to that direction (so it doesnt have the smooth curve a banana has, and there seems like a bump is at the right side because it changes direction there, thats why i dont think its peryones)
(There is also a slight curve down more banana-like but it isnt much noticable).
Anyway i wanted to ask, is this within what is considered a normal curve?
P.S.: Any method to fix or just improve the curvature? (An estimation of how long it takes would be appreciated)
Last edited by Surgeon; 01-22-2011 at 07:27 AM.
- 01-22-2011 #2
Same thing for me, it is due to one of my corpus cavernosum being much smaller than the other. Having such a bent penis is quite normal though. For me, doing PE has made it slightly worse when flaccid but better when fully erect. You can still tell it has a curve when erect but it isn't very noticable. I believe my smaller cavernosum is holder the other one back though, limiting my gains.
- 01-22-2011 #3
Also i would like to ask, do you have a bump at the point of bent (as i told you mine seems to bent at a certain point mostly, unlike banana-like penises). By bump i mean appearing a bit more "fat" at one side.
Anyway which exercise did you follow? (Did you have erectile dysfunction by this?)
Last edited by Surgeon; 01-23-2011 at 08:38 AM."Epidemiology is like a bikini. What is revealed is interesting. What is concealed is crucial" - Peter Duesberg
- 01-23-2011 #4
As for correcting it, there are a number of threads with specific suggestions concerning it. Such as jelqing against the curve, hanging etc. Since all PE exercises are done in symmetry, my experice is that PE itself will decrease the curve but if you want to be more aggressive, I would suggest starting with jelqing against the curve at the end of your jelqing sessions and/or hanging/extending. I did not have ED due to my curve.
- 01-23-2011 #5
Well i tried jelqing in he opposite direction, but it requires a lot of force since there is a lot of resistance. I find it easier doing the part when you hold the blood in the penis at the base, and you stretch to the any side (right in my case), than jelqing in the opposite direction or even straight.
Anyway, is there any link for the correct exercise? (Did you have any results? Out of curiosity)
Thanks!"Epidemiology is like a bikini. What is revealed is interesting. What is concealed is crucial" - Peter Duesberg
- 01-23-2011 #6
As for the jelqing, I don't do it while erect to any greater degree, so there isn't much force required. As for the result, my erect curve has improved but for some reason my semi erect and flaccid curve has probably worsen. Overall it is probably for the better though, since an erect curve can cause issues while a semi erect one doesn't.
Last edited by first; 01-23-2011 at 09:42 AM.
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