Symptoms of Peyronies Disease

Symptoms of Peyronie’s disease tend to vary from one man to another.  The most distinct symptom of Peyronie’s disease is penile curvature.  Many men also have a noticable penile bump or plaque usually on the opposite site from the penile curvature.

Some men may initially develop penile pain or discomfort that may spontaneously go away after some time.

Many men also have associated Dupuytren’s contracture on their hands, which are small nodules on the palmar side of the hand.

Read more about the treatment options for Peyronie’s disease.

Last modified on September 2, 2013