Your corpus spongiosum is one of your three erectile chambers. The balloon-like structures inside your penis that fill with blood to give you your erections.
As you can see, it is much smaller than the two main chambers that are called the corpus cavernosa.
Your corpus spongiosum has a specific function when you get an erection.
This is what it does:
It keeps your Urethra (the tube that carries urine and semen out of your body) from getting pinched shut by the larger cavernosa when they fill with blood.
If your urethra was not protected this way, you would not be able to ejaculate. The semen would be trapped inside until you got soft again.
That would be pretty useless for baby making, and that is what Mother Nature wants from the whole process.
There’s a lot of pressure in those main erectile chambers. Something you are well aware of when you have a super hard erection!
This third smaller chamber is a protective barrier between your urethra and the cavernosa.
It enables your semen to flow out of your body freely no matter how hard your shaft becomes.
Yes. But it’s not likely.
This third smaller protective section remains pliable when you are erect. The two main erectile chambers do not.
So: when you bend your erection and something tears inside, it is most likely one or both of your two main erectile chambers. It could possibly be this smaller one as well. But, it is not very likely.
It is that tear that forms a scar, which later hardens and causes your bending. And, is mislabeled as a “disease”. It’s a hard scar. That's all.
Peyronies “disease” is as much of a disease as a hair cut.
It’s just a simple, though personally horrifying, condition.
You don’t catch it from anyone. It’s not caused by a virus or anything else like that. It is simply a scar/plaque formation that doesn’t let your corpus cavernosa or your corpus spongiosum stretch out properly when you get an erection.
That’s all there is to it!
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