Why do some men have curved pen*ses? Is it really normal to have a curved pen*s? These are some questions that definitely need answers and I know a lot of women must have definitely asked these questions.
When erect, some men have pen*ses that curve upwards, to the side, and downwards. This is common and a bent pen*s in most men isn’t a problem.
So what then causes a pen*s to bend? When a man is aroused, blood flows into sponge-like spaces inside the pen*s, expanding and stiffening it. A bent pen*s occurs when these sponge-like spaces in the pen*s don’t expand evenly.
Below are the possible causes of these uneven expansion that causes a bent pen*s
1. Normal differences in pen*s anatomy.
2. Injury to the pen*s.
3. Autoimmune disorder.
4. Inherited fibrous tissue abnormality.
5. Peyronie’s disease.
Peyronie’s disease is characterized by the curvature of the pen*s and painful erections.
The symptoms of the Peyronie’s disease include
1. Pain in the pen*s usually during an erection.
2. A curve in the pen*s when it’s erect.
3. A thickened area or hard lump in the shaft of the pen*s.
4. A loss of length or girth of the pen*s.
The cause of Peyronie’s disease isn’t yet known but it’s thought that the condition occurs after an injury to the pen*s when it’s erect.