Getting the right fit is important—and not just for increased pleasure, but to avoid unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Get the right length by measuring from your pubic bone to the tip, and also measure your girth by wrapping the cloth tape measure around your penis at the thickest part. Standard condoms usually have a length of seven inches.
Still, a lot of men cringe at the very notion of putting on a condom. A condom might squeeze the base of your penis, cutting off the blood flow and leaving you with a numbing sensation. Even worse, it could slip off in the middle of intercourse.
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Perhaps this is due to the lack of clear sizing on packaging…or awareness that condoms are indeed available in a wide range of sized. Condoms are measured in nominal width ranging from 49mm, for smaller condoms, up to 60mm for the larger sized. You will then be able to reference the width when shopping around for condoms.
Just to let you know, condoms are sized in length and girth width or thickness. Trick 2: If his girth is less than 4. Trick 3: If his girth is between 4.
Your first experience with condoms may have been stretching one over a banana in the ninth grade. Maybe you remember fumbling with one before your first time in the backseat of a car. Along the way, most of us learned that condoms can be used for safer sex and to prevent unwanted pregnancy, but when was the last time you stopped to wonder if you are using the right size condom?
Condoms are still the most effective way to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Men have been using them for over 11, years, after all, so the technology is pretty sound. But a condom's got to fit right—not so loose it slips off or so tight it breaks.
Want to know how to find the right sized condom? So many of us go out into the world without any real clue about condom use. I can remember the first time I actually tried to put on a condom.