Overcoming A Crooked Penis?
My genitals are bent, after I read I read it was caused by fibrous plaque, how do I treat it with medicine, I’m ashamed to check with the doctor. r n r nthank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A bent penis can be said to be normal, but it may not be. A bent penis is normally known from this condition that you have experienced since childhood or you were born that way, or the curve is insignificant. This is explained as follows. The penis consists of two structures that are similar to a sponge, where when a person gets an erection, the sponge fills with blood and the penis expands. In some people, there are differences but not significant in these two parts, which causes the penis to appear bent. However this is normal.
But if it doesn't appear in the first place, bending of the penis can be caused by:
Peyronie's disease, or those caused by fibrous plaque. This condition is not called severe if the patient does not feel pain and can still have sexual intercourse Injury to the penis Hereditary disorders Immune system disorders
Because there are several possibilities, you should check with your doctor. There is no need to be ashamed, because the doctor has no right to judge or judge you. What happens to you is a medical condition and it is the duty of each doctor to treat the patient's medical condition no matter what. In this case, you should consult a dermatologist and genitalia specialist or urological surgeon. Both of these specialists are common in dealing with problems that revolve around the penis, so you shouldn't be embarrassed because they are professionals.
After all, even if it is true that your condition is due to Peyronie's disease, the medicine you need still requires a doctor's prescription for you to get it, as well as the dosage, which if taken carelessly can actually cause even greater losses. So again, for your own good, you should check with your doctor. You may go alone or in the company of someone you trust, whatever makes you comfortable during the examination.
Meanwhile, keep living a healthy lifestyle by avoiding cigarette smoke, stress, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, consuming fruit, vegetables and other nutritious foods, and not consuming or applying any medication without a doctor's advice. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa