Traction Plus is a blog about using traction devices for men. In my case, it was due to a slight penile curvature that I wanted to straighten. Unfortunately, many told me the only way to do that is through a surgical procedure, which I am not in favor with.

So, I keep on searching and searching until I found a non-invasive way of doing it. At first, I was hesitant of considering it because I thought it was meant for penile size enhancement or enlargement purposes. However, the more I dig into the origin of it, it was really originally designed for penile curvature and for men with microphallus. Medscape defined it as;

as a stretched penile length of less than 2.5 standard deviations (SDs) below the mean for age.

The first time I’ve used it…I was skeptical, but I persist and after around 2 months of using it, I started to see the difference as the curvature began to straighten. It was not as straight, but the difference was noticeable. So, I continue using and wearing it.

This condition of penile curvature is often known as Peyronie’s disease in the medical world, and in some cases it’s painful. Fortunately, in my case, there was no pain. I didn’t even take the time to consult a urologist, but anyone having the same issue especially if it involves pain, always consult a urologist for proper guidance.

Moreover, penile curvature affects many men. However, a slight curvature is not considered a medical condition. After all, it’s very rare to see a completely straight one as there is always a slight curvature, but if the curvature is unusual, it’s something that needs attention.

As far as I can remember, I had mine curved since I was around 7 years old. I’m not in my 40’s and didn’t have any issues at all. I just decided to try if it’s possible to straighten it, and it is possible. It just takes time, dedication and patience.