Penis straightening surgery, also known as penile reconstruction or penile curvature correction, is a surgical procedure performed to address a condition called Peyronie’s disease or congenital penile curvature. It is not directly related to gender transition or transgender surgeries.

Peyronie’s disease is a condition where the penis develops a significant curvature or deformity, often causing pain and difficulties with sexual intercourse. The surgery aims to correct the curvature and restore normal function and appearance.

The specific procedure for penis straightening surgery can vary depending on the severity and location of the curvature. One common surgical technique is called plication, which involves removing excess tissue on the convex side of the penis to straighten it. Another technique is grafting, where a graft of tissue is used to reconstruct the affected area and straighten the penis.

It’s important to note that penis straightening surgery is a specialized procedure that should be performed by a skilled and experienced urological surgeon or a plastic surgeon who has expertise in genital reconstructive surgery. They will evaluate the individual’s condition, discuss the available options, and determine the most appropriate surgical approach.

If you are experiencing penile curvature or concerns related to the appearance or function of your penis, it is recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare professional who can provide a proper diagnosis and guide you through the available treatment options, including surgical interventions if necessary.