Yes, it is normal.
yeah, its normal. it just means that your penis stretches a lot when you have an erection
It is not normal.
Male body feelings are really centered on their genitals. However, the chest and face and neck are also very sensitive. The inside of a guys legs, right next to the genitals, and also rubbing on a guys pubic hair area will certainly give a normal guy an instant erection
yes you can have an erection at any time of your life - most babies get them as well
yes An erection can be stronger in some people than others and also at different times depending on what is arousing them. It is not unusual for it to stand straight up at attention.
The loss of erection after ejaculation is normal no matter what's going on, for most men the best stimulation ever still won't make him maintain an erection, he'll loose it no matter what.
This is entirely natural and normal.
Yes, it is completely normal.
yes its normal
Its perfectly normal for that to happen, it just means that you are excited.
Nope, Your screwed.. (: Have fun without an erection.. :P
This is completely normal. Any physical stimulation to the penis, including just pulling back the foreskin, can cause an erection. This is a sign of a normal functional penis.
Is it normal to get a erection from Margret fatcher. No.
if you had an erection then its normal its called puberty
yes the penis should point either forward or up. It depends on how strong the erection is. The more excited and stimulated you are the harder it will get. Not all erections point upwards so it is normal for you.
Any contact between your penis or vagina and someone else can be stimulating. Stimulation, touch, grinding should cause an erection in the male & enhanced blood flow for a woman. So; yes it is normal to get a erection while grinding.
it normal to have a cold stomach during pregnancy
Perfectly normal for this to happen.
Yes it is normal
No, that is not normal.
The normal pH of the stomach is about 2-3 and is caused by a high concentration of HCl secreted by the parietal cells of the stomach.