My husband has had Peyronie’s disease for 16 months now. Will the pain during ejaculation ever go away?

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Dr. Levine answers: ]It is unusual to have the pain associated with Peyronie’s last as long as 16 months. It is possible that he has significant tethering of nerves in the scar tissue, which are stretched at the time of orgasm and ejaculation. It is also possible that if the pain is occurring just with ejaculation that there may be another cause to his pain. Therefore I recommend evaluation by a urologist who is specifically interested in sexual dysfunction.

Previous My erections seem shorter than normal; the penis seems more slender and the head of the penis never gets hard or firm. I assumed I had Peyronie’s disease, but the doctor said there was no hard spot which apparently is typical. I am wondering if there could be another cause such as low testosterone.
Next My penis does not have a curvature. However, are these symptoms associated with PD — numbness and white spots on the tip of the glans and occasional numbness of the testicles. My erections are also not as stiff.
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