What are the signs and symptoms of Peyronie's disease?

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While almost everyone may suffer symptoms of Peyronie's disease differently, the most typical symptoms of Peyronie's disease may include:

  • Plaque: that usually (if present on the top of the surface) causes the penis to fold upwards. In the same way, that plaque (if present on the underside of the penis) causes the penis to fold downwards.
  • Reducing of penis size: In circumstances where the plaque grows on both top and bottom, indent and reducing of the penis size.
  • Pain, folding, and psychological stress can easily restrict sexual activity
  • Painful erections may possibly appear.

It should also be noticed your symptoms of Peyronie's disease may resemble some other conditions or medical-related issues. Which means, it is strongly suggested to always talk to a physician for the analysis.


A certain degree of curvature of the penis is considered normal, as many men are born with this benign condition, commonly referred to as congenital curvature. The disease may cause pain, hardened, big, cord-like lesions (scar tissue known as "plaques"), or abnormal curvature of the penis when erect due to chronic inflammation of the tunica albuginea (CITA). Although the popular conception of Peyronie's Disease is that it always involves curvature of the penis, the scar tissue sometimes causes divots or indentations rather than curvature.
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