Well, no its not that kind of exercise, but if you have been suffering from Peyronies Disease for quite sometime, there is hope. Several exercise routines have been proven in both a clinical setting, and from random individuals just like yourself, and they show that overtime a bent penis can return to somewhat normal levels. Throughout this article we will discuss the various exercises you can do to help straighten your penis, and make yourself more normal. Most of these exercises can be done without doctor supervision, but it is always best to consult with a certified urologist before attempting any of them.
Stretch it Out
By far the most effective method to help a curving penis is stretching. This simply involves pulling the tip of the penis away from the body while it is in its non-erect state. Before attempting to stretch, it is best to do a simple five minute warmup, which consists of placing a warm wash cloth on top of the penis for about 5 minutes. Make sure its a comfortable temperature, but not too hot that it scalds you.
After the warmup, simply take your fingers into an OK sign, and gently tug from the top of the penis and pull towards the tip, while holding the base of the penis with your other hand. Do this SLOWLY and METHODICALLY for about 10 repetitions, and then take a 1 minute break. Then, you can repeat the procedure with your other hand, slowly doing about 3 sets max.
You can also use this peyronies disease exercise to help stabilize the PC (“muscle” that is erect). There are two variations of milking, wet and dry, while the former involves using a lubricant such as Vaseline or a Gel Substance such as pro solution gel. Similar to the exercise mentioned above, make an ok sign with your one hand and get your penis into a semi-erect state. Grasp the penis at the base and smoothly pull towards the head, but not all the way. Repeat the procedure up to 200 times, and be sure to cool down afterwards by placing a warm towel on top of it. You should do this at least 5 times a week for about 6 months to start seeing results.
You can also do a simple massage technique to help the affected area. Massaging simply involves gently rubbing the affected area where plaque is built up and smoothing out the buildup. You should do this for a minimum of 15 minutes a day, and can even use a soft lubricant to help.
No Time For Exercises? Try A Traction Device
A traction device is a mechanical device that practically does these exercises for you, but in a more accurate and less time-consuming way. It is totally discreet, and allows you to do these exercises either from the comfort of your own home, or even in your office. Many of these devices are perfect for guys with peyronies disease, and can often be complemented with these exercises. You can also ask your doctor about them if you are unsure. Read our reviews of the best traction devices on the market to date.
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