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    Rock_Man posted:
    Over the years my penis has been curving to the left- started out w/ my penis always laying towards the left- now when I get erect, it's curving more to the left- not a big curve but noticeable. When i feel my penis laying to the left, I adjust it to the right- basically trying to train it. I have no pain at all either. Any idea why it's curving?
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    counterso responded:
    Penises come in all shapes. Some curve up, down, left, right, or not at all. What would be concerning is that the degree of the curve is changing as you age. If this is the case, you may have a disease called Peyronie's and you need to see a urologist promptly. There is no "training" your penis to go a specific direction.


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