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I am only able to get an erection if a woman is touching my penis.

However if I am licking, caressing and kissing a womans body and my penis isn't being touched then it is soft and limp. I find this unusual as obviously I am enjoying myself and am very aroused.

Is this normal? Do other guys have this problem or are they hard when playing with a womans body?

Adam
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replied June 19th, 2010
Hi there Adam. I'm not sure of the answer to this. But it is good that at least you can get an erection some way. I woulden't worry about it too much. It will probably right itself.

Dr Andrew Rynne.
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replied July 11th, 2010
Andrew Rynne wrote:
Hi there Adam. I'm not sure of the answer to this. But it is good that at least you can get an erection some way. I woulden't worry about it too much. It will probably right itself.

Dr Andrew Rynne.




Yes Doc I think u r right. I am having same issue though. I have tried natural testosterone boostes like Tongkat Ali and it seems to help with erections though.!
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