What size condom should you be using? Check out our blog post to find out! We’ll help you figure out the perfect size for you and your partner.
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It’s important to know your condom size. If a condom is too small, it can break. If a condom is too large, it can slip off. If you’re not sure what size condom you need, you can use a condom size chart.
find your size
Choosing the right condom size is extremely important for both safety and pleasure. If a condom is too small, it can break. If it is too big, it can slip off. In either case, you are at risk for pregnancy or STDs.
There are three main ways to determine your condom size:
-The first is to use a ruler or measuring tape to find the girth of your penis. This is the distance around the thickest part of your erect penis. To get an accurate measurement, wrap the measuring tape around the base of your penis while it is erect. Once you have your measurement, refer to a condom size chart to find the right size.
-The second way to determine your size is by using your current condoms. If they are too small, you will experience discomfort and may have difficulty achieving an erection. If they are too big, you will notice that they do not stay in place during sex and may slip off entirely. The best way to know for sure if you have the right size is to experiment with different sizes until you find one that fits well and feels comfortable.
-The third way to determine your condom size is by visiting a doctor or healthcare provider. They will be able to measure you and help you find the right size based on their findings.
how to measure
Condom size is important for both comfort and efficacy. Too small and it will be uncomfortable, too large and it may slip off. The condom size chart below will help you find the right fit. To measure your condom size, you’ll need a ruler or a soft measuring tape.
find your girth
Girth is the measurement around the thickest part of your erect penis. To get an accurate girth reading:
-Take a soft measuring tape and wrap it around the thickest part of your penis.
-If you don’t have a soft measuring tape, you can use a string by following these instructions:
-Cut a piece of string that’s about 10 inches long.
-Wrap the string around the thickest part of your erect penis.
-Mark the point where the string overlaps to form a complete circle.
-Measure the length of the string from the mark to the end with a ruler.
find your length
To find your length, take a ruler or measuring tape and carefully insert it into your vagina until it kisses your cervix. If you don’t have a ruler or measuring tape, you can use a piece of string by holding the string against your cervix and then measuring the string with a ruler. Once you have your measurement, round up to the nearest inch. For example, if you measure 3 3/4 inches, your condom size would be 4 inches.
how to choose the right condom
If you’ve ever been to a condom aisle, you know that there are a ton of different condom sizes. But how do you know which one is right for you? It’s actually not as complicated as it seems. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to choose the right condom size for you.
consider the material
Examine the packaging to make sure it’s made of latex, polyurethane, or lambskin. These are the only materials that will protect you from STDs and pregnancy.
-Latex is the most common material and it’s effective against STDs and pregnancy.
-Polyurethane is a good alternative for people with latex allergies. It’s also effective against STDs and pregnancy.
-Lambskin does not protect against STDs, but it is effective against pregnancy.
consider the shape
Most condom wrappers don’t give you a ton of information to go off of, so it’s tough to figure out which size is right for you. And even though condoms are one-size-fits-most, that doesn’t mean they all fit the same. In fact, studies show that about 60 percent of people are wearing the wrong size condom. That can lead to breakage, slipping off, and overall discomfort — not exactly the ingredients for a good time.
The best way to find your perfect fit is to try different types and sizes of condoms until you find the ones that work best for you. But if you want a starting point, there are a few things you can take into consideration when condom shopping. Here’s what you need to know about how to pick a condom: