Slightly curved Penis
I am 16 years old and I haven't been diagnosed with PD I have always had a little bit of a curve towards the left in my penis and my only concern is that u have noticed that my penis has just slightly curved a little bit more towards the left. It might be psychological but I'm not sure.
I have no pain during erections neither do I have any trouble getting or maintaining an erection. I also do not feel any sort of lumps in my pe is upon touching or examining it. But I am very worried since I am only 16 years old and I haven't even had sex yet and have my whole slide ahead of me.
Please give me suggestions regarding what I should do.
My Peyronie's Answer
If you have always had "little bit of a curve towards the left in my penis" then you may have congenital curvature. The bad news is that it can only be corrected with surgery but the good news is it will not get worse (unless you get Peyronie's at some point in your life).
It sounds like your curve is very mild which is great news. In reality few penises are perfectly straight. Actually, penis with up to 10-degree curvature is considered straight. Men in general both think that the average penis is longer and straighter than the actual average penis is.
What's more most men also overestimate what women think about penises (size and appearance). For most women other things are more important in sexual relationship. The fact is that the brain is the biggest and best sex organ. Using everything you have wisely is what makes men good in bed. You may find this article about how to become better lover a helpful read.
It is perfectly understandable that you are concerned, all young men are concerned about their penises at some point.
In my opinion, slightly curved penis is nothing to be concerned about. As long as you can get erection and have no pain then you can enjoy perfectly healthy sex life.
Saying that, it is still important to take good care of the penis and avoid putting any awkward strain on your penis to avoid penis injury (and risk getting Peyronie's disease).
I hope this is of some help. However, if you are still concerned, then you need to see a doctor and have physical examination.
I wish you all the best in the future.