When I am erect only the head of my penis tilts to the right while the shaft remains straight. Is this PD?

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This deformity may indeed be a manifestation of Peyronie’s disease. This would be determined by physical examination in the flaccid condition where a palpable scar may be noted towards the end of the shaft below the head of the penis on the right side for you. A right sided scar would prevent expansion of the penis on that aspect resulting in the right tilt. It is also possible that if there is no palpable scar, that there may be some disproportion to the elasticity of the penis on the left side, allowing greater expansion on the left, causing the tilting to the right. If the tilt is significant and interferes with sexual activity or causes cosmetic distress, this can be readily repaired with a simple outpatient operation.

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Next When I get an erection, on the left side of my penis there are 2 very visible band or lumps that are palpable, less than 3 cm, that appear to be in the erectile tissue, that span across the left side of the shaft which become bigger and harder when I get an erection and smaller as I am flaccid though still being visible. Sometimes they ache especially when I get an erection and touch them but the pain subsides when flaccid. They are sometimes very hard almost like they are calcified when erect. My physician said this was scar tissue and could be removed with surgery. I have no bend. Is it possible to see the plaques that are present in Peyronie’s disease? Could this be Peyronie’s disease?
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