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Congenital penile curvature, also known as “chordee,” is a condition that’s present at a boy’s birth. Parents may notice curvature early in their baby’s life during diapering and dressing. Some boys don’t discover the problem until after they have gone through puberty and noticed the curvature themselves. The curvature is usually noticed only with erections.

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Congenital penile curvature (chordee) is a condition a boy is born with and is only apparent when the baby's penis is erect. Unlike Peyronie's disease which also involves curvature of the penis, the condition isn't caused by scar tissue. It may not need to be treated unless it interferes with intercourse or causes other problems.
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