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An_242019 posted:
Since very early I've been masturbating by pressing penis against the right thigh. The ejaculation is normal, it seems, but I find the erect Penis is a bit bent/curved on right side. Also, the foreskin will not go down.
Is it wrong way of masturbation and can this lead to problems during intercourse?
MarkNB responded:
hmmm well every man has a natural direction for the penis, I for example am a right curve, some guys hang straight down whem limp, and swing up when erect. I honestly don't think it has anything to do witht he the way you masturbate. As for masturbation causing a problem later in life, I think to much masturbating will, to the point where in you mind you'd rather be pleasuring your self cause you know how to handle your own penis. These are my own thoughts okay some one else may say different. My foreskin didn't go all the way down either until I had intercourse with my wife, she did something when giving me head one night, and my foreskin hasn't been a problem since. All I know there was a WHOLE olt of pleasure on my part and how horny what she was doin' was making me, and a tiny bit of blood when she was done.
Eugenio311 responded:
The method you describe is probably not typical for many men, but there's nothing wrong if it's working for you.

Lots of men have curved erections, especially those with larger penises (say, over 7 inches or so), and there's no problem. If the curvature is something new for you however, you might need to see a urologist. There's a condition called Peyronie's Disease that can create intercourse problems if it's not treated early.

You can learn foreskin stretching techniques if you're bothered by not being able to retract it, but it's not absolutely essential to retract your foreskin all the way.

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