Sex And Masterbation

I am 23 years old and having treatment of Peyronie’s disease applying verapamil gel as prescribed by doctor since 4 months. I still masturbate almost twice a week. Will this make my condition worse?

First of all, there is no evidence whatsoever that topical verapamil gel penetrates down to the target tissue of the scar within the tunic of your penis. Even if it did, the question would be – does it attain a satisfactory level? Therefore, there is little support

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My penis is always bent to the left; it is almost a 35-degree curve, 1 inch from the base of the penis. Is it Peyronie’s or something else? Will I be able to have intercourse properly or is it a severe problem? Are you aware of any physician in Pakistan (Lahore), who is experienced with Peyronie’s disease?

Most men have some degree of curvature to their erection and typically a 30-degree or less curvature in any direction should not interfere with intercourse or cause you or your partner discomfort. If your penis always has been curved, this may be a congenital process. On the

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My penis has a curvature towards the right when erect. It has a deviation at the base, as well. There is no pain when erect or flaccid. I had sexual intercourse, but only a part of my penis got inserted. Is this a problem?

If the penis has always had a curvature, then it is likely this is a congenital abnormality known as chordee. If it is interfering with penetrative sex, then you should be seen by a urologist who is capable of surgically repairing this problem. If it is a

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Is it necessary that the full part of the penis be inserted into the vagina?

If complete insertion of the penis cannot be obtained, and it is not causing the person or his partner any discomfort, then they can certainly make do with partial insertion. Certainly if one is hoping to impregnate the partner then it is best to have full penetration

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Is it common for a Peyronie’s patient to have no sex drive, become depressed and impotent?

It is estimated that up to three quarters of men with Peyronie’s disease have some psychological disturbance as a result of their condition. The commonest of these is depression. However, very few medical studies have been conducted assessing this. Dr. Mulhall is leading an international study to

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My boyfriend, age 52, cannot reach orgasm during intercourse and both of us work very hard to achieve this. It usually takes about 30 minutes of masturbation after sex and oral sex. His penis is somewhat cobra shaped and just a little bent. Frequently during intercourse or oral sex he will lose his erection. What could be causing this?

There are potentially quite a few factors which could contribute to this problem. With regard to the configuration of the penis, it may be that he has a congenital curvature resulting in the cobra shape or he may have acquired some scarring, particularly if rather vigorous intercourse

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I live in Romania: My penis has a downward bend, something like a banana. I don’t feel any scar tissue, and I don’t have erection problems. I am 19 and I have a girlfriend, but we haven’t been able to have sex. Could this be Peyronie’s disease?

This presentation sounds more like a congenital curvature of the penis, which is not associated with scarring and is typically a process, which results in a downward curvature known as chordee. If the curvature is significantly downward, it can make penetrative sex difficult to impossible and occasionally

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