Bent Mr Victor – Peyronie’s disease
Bent Mr Victor
A slightly bent Mr victor when erect is okay. But, when there is pain or issue penetrating during Mombasa Raha then, there is a problem. A bent Mr Victor could be a condition known as Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease occurs mainly after 40 years of age, but can also appear in younger men. See more about aging, growth, size and enlargement of Mr Victor
Causes of a bent Mr Victor
It could be a result of injury during Mombasa Raha. For example, an overzealous wife on top, gets out and misses the mark and ends up with Mr victor hitting a body part. It could also be a result of too much pressure on one side during self-pleasure by a man. As well as the vacuums some men use in futile attempts to enlarge. As a result of the injury on one side, as the body heals it creates more scar tissue on one side resulting in the bent.
Peyronie’s disease can also be a genetic trait that is inherited, so runs in the family. As difficult as it maybe you could ask your father and exchange notes with your brother if you have one.
Symptoms of Peyronie’s disease
- Difficulty penetrating and pain during Mombasa Raha
- An extreme bent Mr Victor
- A lump on the shaft of Mr Victor
- Painful erection
- Sudden loss of width and length of Mr Victor
- weird shaped Mr Victor – uneven narrow and thickness of the shaft
What to do
If in pain or unable to penetrate. Please go see a doctor. Remember the longer to take the worse it becomes. There are are a number of options the doctor can recommend including medication and surgery.