Standard condoms can sometimes feel too tight, too loose, too short, too long. Sound familiar? That's because most condoms were the same size. Until now. You wouldn't settle for one-size-fits-all pants or shoes.
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Image credit: Mike Nigels, Trying to weed thru every condom in any store is a time consuming and frustrating undertaking, so a condom size chart is the perfect solution to this problem. If a condom is too small, it can be constrictive and hamper a man's performance in the bedroom. If a condom is too big, it can cause bigger problems if it leaks fluid or slips off during intercourse. When choosing Condom size, there can be many, many factors.
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You don't want your condom to fall off or break because it's the wrong size. Even though latex condoms are super stretchy, if a condom is too small, you may still feel discomfort, and it has the possibility of breaking. The body of most condoms is roomy enough to accommodate men of almost any size. Condoms may feel too tight around the tip where it is not as elastic , especially if you are well-endowed. By keeping the body of the condom smaller and widening the reservoir tip, the condom is less likely to slip off during sex.
Condom sizes are determined by penis width and length. Your condom size is based on the size of your erect penis. To figure out your size, you need to measure your penis at a time when it is erect:.