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Penis is facing straight down? Topic: Tissue case sewing
June 25, 2019 / By Millesant
Question: So my penis like faces down when i get an erection, it just kinda curves a little from where it connects to my body and then just like starts facing down fully from there basically, ive been masturbating since i was in middle school, and i remember my penis used to face straight up back then, but i cant remember quite if it just started slowly beding down over time, or how it went, but anyways, now its like this, i hear its from masturbating to much? And ive basically just masturbated about 1 time a day for the last 3 or 4 years... I dont know if this is normal?
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Lilac Lilac | 5 days ago
Penile curvature is a congenital occurrence. Some have trivial or nonsignificant sideway (sometimes downward) deviation of the penis, which is still considered normal, since the curvature does not interfere with normal copulation. There are unfortunate males who have a downward curvature, and sometimes the degree of curvature can be so bad that it hinders them from normal copulation (a condition called chordee). There have been several theories as to why this happens (one of them being the shorter side - which is the ventral side - of the penis has a deficiency of testosterone receptors that's why penile tissue didn't grow as well as the longer side did) and there have been 4 mechanisms identified (see link below) to this occurrence. I do not know how old you are. I'm assuming you're not done with puberty yet, so you still have ways to go with your secondary sexual development. It is worth-while, though, to consult a urologist, as you may have chordee. The treatment options to this (especially for the badly-curved cases) is surgery. One is doing what's called a Nesbit procedure (which is resecting wedge-sections from the dorsal or longer side of the penis, and sewing the edges together so that the penis is straighter, though this has been associated with some - perhaps minimal - penile shortening), or make the shorter (or ventral) side longer with grafts (which, although does not shorten the penis, has been associated with 10% more complications, including loss of erection). My sense is, the urologist will probably choose to let you finish puberty/developing first before he will entertain the option of corrective surgery. Jelqing and stretching techniques have not been shown to help, and may even be harmful. Hope this helps.
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Lilac Originally Answered: Would u install a car seat rear facing on pass side or front facing in the middle (back seat)?
Hi, I have a rear facing car seat. I don't like having this seat in the back of the car because I can't see the baby! In my old car there were no air bags (it was a very old car! but fully insured with MOT just incase anyone was thinking of reporting me lol) so I could put the rear facing car seat in the front seat in that car. Now I have a new car I have a brand new car seat in the back, forward facing, so I can see my baby at all times. The passenger air bags can be switched off.
Lilac Originally Answered: Would u install a car seat rear facing on pass side or front facing in the middle (back seat)?
Great job keeping your child rearfacing!!!! My daughter rearfaced until last week at 3 1/2 years. She still wishes she could be RF, but she reached the weight limit. I would always choose RF over forward facing (FF). A RF outboard seat is much, much, much safer than a FF middle seat. My daughter rode RF in the center of my car, but outboard passenger side in my husband's car because I couldn't get a solid install in the center.

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As long as eveything is still working properly, I don't think there is anything to worry about. Consult a doctor if in doubt.
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Justice Originally Answered: Could straight men and straight women agree with what attractive is for either sex?
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