Congratulations on ten years, and an excellent blog. So, I have a delicate problem. Around 10 months ago, I unfortunately ‘broke’ my penis during rigerous sex (imagine a monty python movie mashed with quinten tarentino). It healed, but with a scar and subsequent slight curve upwards. The latter only progressed after around 6 months. I visited my urologist, and he suggested I might consider penis traction, as a means for straightening my penis and to preclude future curvature. Now, I also take 0.25 mg of finasteride EOD (and have done for 14 years). My question is, do you think the suppression of DHT will affect my efforts to straighten my penis. In other words, does an adult male need DHT to repair an injured penis. Thanks and all the best for the next ten years.
Deformed penises are not uncommon. They could be a symptom of Peyronies disease (https://www.mypeyronies.com/symptoms-of-peyronies.html). I think your question is best fit for your urologist who should be well versed in finasteride. I personally do not think finasteride will impact the straightening of the penis.