Thanks for your query and awareness.
I know you may not be grown up enough to understand the difference between a Cordee and Peyronie's. Actually the incidence/occurrence of Peyronie's is very rare at your age of 14.
This may be a congenital condition called Cordee in which the curvature is downwards. This again is a fibrous band that causes this. In this condition operation can help to correct he defect.
The exact cause of Peyronie's is not known and the treatment is on empirical basis.
I would advise you the following" Consult an Urologist to have a clinical evaluation, physical examination to give you a perfect diagnosis and plan a treatment.
I hope this answer helps you.
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