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Penis curvature (Peyronie's Disease)

Peyronie's disease, also known as curved penis, is a condition characterized by the formation of scar tissue inside the penis. This scar tissue can cause curvature or deformity of the penis during erection.

Peyronie's disease can affect sexual function and may be associated with pain during erection.


The primary symptom is curvature of the penis during erection. The curvature can be upward, downward, or to the side. The degree of curvature can range from mild to significant, depending on the severity of the disease. Palpable scar tissue: In more pronounced cases, it is possible to feel an area of palpable scar tissue in the penis.

This tissue is often hard or fibrous to the touch and can be associated with pain or sensitivity. Pain during erection: Some men may experience pain or discomfort during erection due to the scar tissue present in the penis. The pain can vary from mild to severe and can affect sexual function and pleasure.

Treatment for Peyronie's Disease

To determine the most appropriate treatment for a curved penis, it is advisable to schedule an appointment with Professor Christian Gozzi for a specialized examination.


Professor Gozzi