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The P2nis Disease That Makes Having S*X Impossible – Here Is The Earliest Warning Sign

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This is the earliest warning sign of peyronie’s disease.

As humans, we are all different shapes and sizes. The same can be said for p*nises.

Recently, the Daily Star Online asked our readers what shape of p*nis they had.

Surprisingly, 13% of the 1,000 male respondents said their p*nis had a dramatic bend – something that could be a sign of peyronie’s disease.

Before the penis becomes bent, however, the first sign of peyronie’s disease is pain with an erection or a lump in the shaft of your p*nis when it’s flaccid.

“Peyronie’s disease is scar tissue in the shaft of your penis. It causes painful erections and very often a bend in your p*nis. Sometimes right angles or more.”

If you have this condition, Seth warned that is can make intercourse “impossible”.

He added: “Despite the temptation to joke about doing it around corners or getting a bit on the side it is not funny for the sufferers.

“It often goes away without any treatment needed but sometimes needs surgery – which can be troubling, as it often means a loss of length…”

Peyronie’s disease is a serious condition that affects around 3 to 7% of men and is more likely to affect men over the age of 40.

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The P2nis Disease That Makes Having S*X Impossible – Here Is The Earliest Warning Sign

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By Macprince Last updated Aug 27, 2017

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The most common form of peyronie’s disease is mild and people with the mild form can expect their p*nis to heal without treatment in six to 15 months.

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However, in more severe cases the hardened plaque caused by the disease can reduce flexibility, induce pain, and force the penis to bend during an erection which can make s*x painful and impossible.

Medical treatment is needed in the severe cases where doctors can advise the best course of action, but if you see any of these warning signs it’s best to see your GP.

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