When semi erect, I can bend my dick

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  1. Imported

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    lickitysplit: Ok, this is weird and not sure if any of you have experience with this.

    First off, if semi hard/limp enough, it doesn't hurt. But sometimes when I am aroused but not fully hard, I can bend my dick, for example, going 90 degrees and I feel a "pinch" in the muscle or tissue in my dic, and if I rub the sides of where the bend / 90degrees is, they feel somewhat pointy which I guess is what happens if you bend a muscle. But like I said, it only somewhat hurts if I am too hard, but when I am not, its just like, "OH, that was interesting".

    I assume this would be a similar situation when a guy would "break" his dick like if he was fucking really hard, slipped out and bam, didn't have any leeway going back in. I know some guys have gotten their dicks permanetly bent this way (but mine isn't bent because of this).

    Anyways, its kinda weird but didn't know if that meant anything.
     
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    Many "larger" men will notice their penis is more pliable (bendable) without any pain or discomfort...either in a semi or fully hard erection. (Average size penises when hard tend to resist such movement upon forcing it downward or to the side) Men over seven or eight inches can be a bit on the loose, flimsy side in their aroused, erect states. It's all quite normal--a result of the physiology itself of being on the larger side.

    If you're noticing though a "hard pointy nature" to the (interior) sides of your shaft at the point of bending, then scar tissue may be present which is actually CAUSING the bending! This often heralds peyronie's syndrome (the disorder for painful curvature of the penis). And, usually there is indeed some pain or other discomfort associated with Peyronie's. An MD visit would officially settle this question of what's going on. Painful erections as such---shouldn't be.

    As to a man actually injuring himself, when a "fractured" penis occurs (from too rough sex or the woman suddenly moving at an inoppurtune moment and catching the man by surprise--often when she's on top) the resulting injury occurs with a rather loud "pop or cracking noise" (ouch!) and the shaft then becomes painful and will become distorted (bent, crooked) over several days. The discomfort factor alone usually will send the man to the doc pretty quickly. Healing is possible (over time) but there could still be a permanent crookedness, some loss of erect length, and even diminished erectile strength resulting from such an injury. Obviously, it's no laughing matter.
     
  3. Imported

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    Hapi Papi:
    I had noticed it in porn and I never thought about it happening to larger guys erect. there was one guy who wasn't that big and he still seemed a little floppy erect. I thought it was a difference between races at first since at the time I hadn't seen a black penis do that.
     
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    lickitysplit: Thanks Benderten

    Yea, I have been down that peyronies road before. Do I have it, do I not have it type of questioning. Sex is NOT painful for me nor are erections.

    I know that scar tissue really may be a culprit for my bent state (see member picture) so I guess that would make sense. Its hard to explain that pointness when I have reversed bent (meaning for me, I have taken the last half of my shaft and bent it upwards in the air since my erection usually goes downward), because its not like its a shart pointness or anything, just the fact that I have a muscle "creased" over. Here is a good test.

    Take a piece of paper. Roll it up into a tube. Then half way, try to bend it over. Don't FOLD it in half, but just try and bent half of it like it was a dick. You will notice at the bend, the 2 corners of that bent area are pointy. Make sense?

    Hope I explained that well.
     
  5. benderten2001

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    Yes, it makes sense to me.

    If you're not experiencing pain, I wouldn't worry about it.

    Again, there are many men who have bends and curves in their penises.

    Peyronies Syndrome patients typically can't comfortably use their penises...too painful and too distorted...and when they (try) manually to correct their bend or crookedness in an effort TO insert it and use it, it's typically too much of an challenge.

    Lickety, perhaps you don't have Peyronies. But you obviously are quite concerned and self-conscious about it. Only an MD could tell diagnose for sure though, we can only guess here.

    As far as there being any way to correct your bend, I don't know of any safe, guaranteed way. I CERTAINLY wouldn't recommend PE methods of stretching and pulling on it, though--no matter how careful you try to be. That procedure almost guarantees more scarring! Having told you that earlier, I hope you will think twice.

    As a man, we want our penises as near perfect as they can be. There is no "perfect penis" because there's never been one EVER which would serve as a model ! Why? Because it's the one part of the body that everyone has an opinion unlike any other. A crooked nose is generally regarded as ugly, distracting, etc.
    A crooked penis is regarded differently... Some like it, a few don't, but since it's hidden from public view (exept around here!) :D....then it's a private matter and if it works, functions, and gets the job done, then men live with it!

    And, many men do live with their bent, curved, crooked penises.
    Some of them...are even in porn!

    --Doesn't seem to bother them one little bit, either.

    'Hope this helps! ;)
     
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