The differences between penis curve and Peyronie’s disease

Contrary to popular belief, a bent or a curve in your penis DOESN’T mean that you have Peyronies Disease.

When you first started doing research on the Internet about treatment to straighten your curved penis, you may have encountered information about a condition that cause a penile curvature, Peyronie’s disease. This affliction was named after the French surgeon that first described it, Francois de la Peyronie, in 1743. Peyronie’s disease is characterized by a severe curve in the penis caused by the hardening of tissue. A plaque or hard lump forms in the penis, usually on top or under the shaft, in the layers of erectile tissue. The plaque should feel like “dead tissue” that is neither painful or pleasurable when touched.