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?

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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 new onset of deformity which interferes with penetrative sex, then it would also be reasonable to see a urologist first as they are most likely to be familiar with Peyronie’s disease and could offer the best advice.

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