So I am a male and I am 17 years old soon to be 18 and me and my current girlfriend have been having sex for about 3 months now. About 3 weeks ago we had had sex a few times in very few hours and I believe during one of these times my penis was bent in a way that it shouldn't be. It did not hurt (which is why I say I think it bent) but since that day I have don't been able to get a rock hard erection as usual. Also if I lose focus for a few seconds what I had of an erection goes away. When masturbating the same problem exists. It becomes about 3/4 erect but is still somewhat floppy and does not stand fully up. I can still ejaculate. And it hasn't stopped me from having sex but it makes it a little harder to put in and I would like to fix and stop this before my girlfriend notices or before it gets worse. Also if this is because of it being bent wrong is it fixable and how? PLEASSEE HELPP? !! I would like to avoid going to the doctor unless it is the only way.View Thread
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