I experience premature ejaculation and in addition, when I urinate it flows out in different directions. Could PD be the cause of both of these effects?

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Dr. Levine answers: It is unlikely that Peyronie’s disease has any direct effect upon ejaculation or upon your urinary flow. Premature ejaculation is a relatively common problem in adult men and should be addressed by your urologist. There are some unapproved medical therapies using SSRIs as well as sex therapy that may help this problem. With regard to the urinary flow issue, this may be due to several problems the most common is a urethral stricture or scar resulting in deviation of the urinary flow.

Previous I do not know if I should see an urologist. I have erection problems. I still get nighttime and morning erections. However, I have trouble during intercourse. My erection points straight down. If I pull it to stand up, there is tension.
Next I had surgery (temporalis fascia graft) last summer. My penis is approx 3 inches in length. Before Peyronie’s it was 7 inches. I still have the curve and use the Fastrack traction and soma pump. Using both has improved the use of the traction device because it enlarges the gland tor the device to hold onto the penis. However, after a month of using it about 2 hours a day, I have noticed that the plague seems softer but my penis still has a bend and continues to be short. Will this improve with consistent use?
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