My penis is bent when erect. Is this normal?
In most cases yes, this is normal. 25 per cent of all penises have some degree of curvature or bending of the shaft. This can be to the left, right, up or even down. So no, there is nothing either unusual or abnormal about it. If you watch adult movies you will notice guys with curvature every now and then. Even John Holmes’ large appendage had a noticeable curvature to one side and he made hundreds of adult movies. Also famously even Bill Clinton is said to curve. If you are experiencing pain or are unable to have intercourse because of a more severe curvature then you should seek the assistance of your doctor. In very rare cases a condition can develop called Peyronie’s Syndrome. Peyronie’s Syndrome or Disease is a problem that is thought to arise from damage to the penis and is a build up of scar tissue, or plaque, causing a hard lump either on the top or lower side of the penis in the tunica albuginea, the sheath that surrounds the two corpora cavernosa within the penis. The result is the stunting and bending of the penis at the area of scarring when erect. If you think this may be the case with you, arrange to see your doctor.
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My balls ache. Is this normal?
It is normal to feel mild aching from time to time especially after a heavy sex session or heavy sexual foreplay or with use of best thrusting vibrator. This is often called “blue balls” and is the result of a prolonged erection effectively cutting off blood and fluid supply to the genital area. It is not normal though to experience continued aching or pain. There can be any number of reasons why your balls may ache or cause you pain. The obvious course of action is to go and see your doctor and discuss it with him if you are concerned about any pain in the testicles. One particular condition, epididymitis, can result in quite severe pain. Epididymitis is a medical condition in which the epididymis, the tightly coiled tubes between the testes and the vas deferens that carries and stores sperm, become inflamed through bacterial infection, perhaps from an STD or STI. This can result in mild to severe pain in the testicles and groin area. Antibiotics may be needed in this case.