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February 19, 2018 - Welcome Guest!

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Is surgery necessary?

Question:

I'm 19 and I've been masturbating for a very long time...more than 4 years I think. In the beginning I used to rub my penis on my left leg and now it bends towards the left. It's not painful, but is there anything I can do? I haven't had sex because of this, let alone a relationship. I'm quite sure it's not a disease but the result of my young age habit. Is there any treatment I can have, surgical or nonsurgical? Do they really work?

Ali, 19-year-old man

Answer:

Relax, all penises bend when hard; some up, some down, some right and some left. Probably 90 percent of all soft penises hang to the left, regardless of how the man masturbated or which hand he used.

Surgery? Would you really want someone cutting into your penis? Do you really want scar tissue where you should not have scar tissue. Forget it!

We guys all have to live with what we have, regardless of size or angle. Learn to make the most of what you have, but always remember: being a good lover has more to do with lovemaking technique than it does with the shape of a penis.

Robert W. Birch, Ph.D., is a retired sex therapist, now identifying himself as a sexologist and adult sexuality educator. He now devotes his time to writing educational and self-help books for adults.

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