Our expert says:
Are you sure that the bend in your penis only occurred then? This is just because a fracture to the penis will usually only take place if the penis is erect when the injury takes place...I don't imagine that that was the case. It may be that either your penis has a natural bend (relatively common), or has begun to bend with scar tissue/hardened tissue on the side of the penis. This may be 'Peyrones Disease'. I would suggest that you have check up with urologist to assess the situation, but also to see if treatment is necessary (e.g. if the bend interferes with erectile function or results in pain during intercourse).
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