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    restrick posted:
    I am thinking about making an appointment with a urologist because I have noticed a slight bending of my erections. If you have had any experience with this let me know. I am assuming that I will have to arouse myself to an erection for the exam and would feel little strange doing this in front of the doctor. Does anyone know how they proceed with the exam.
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    fenton04 responded:
    I had the same problem but used a wooden ruler for a splint and wore baggy pants. That straighten out the problem.


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