Condom size does matter for safety as well as pleasure

In a study on condom usage, men wearing ill-fitting condoms were almost twice as likely to remove their protection before sex . Of course, that’s not a good thing since going truly bare boosts the risk of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). But keeping on a too-snug or too-loose condom and having it break or slip also raises these risks.

When it comes to pleasure, men in the same study were almost twice as likely to say they lost an erection or found it difficult to climax with an ill-fitting condom on—and they were also almost twice as likely to report that it was hard for their lady friend to orgasm too.

So it’s not (always) an ego thing when a man buys magnum rubbers. Some men have thicker erections, and in these cases, the need for a larger size condom is very real, says clinical sexologist and sex educator Patti Britton, Ph.D., M.P.H. Otherwise, the painful and restrictive feeling (or lack of any feeling) of having their penis in a chokehold from a condom that’s too tight can be distracting, making it hard to keep an erection.

If a guy can’t feel much sensation at all, it may be that a condom is too large. If this is the case or if average-sized rubbers feel too roomy, we recommend buying boxes labeled “snug” or “slim” fit. Smaller condoms are not always sold at conventional retailers, though, so if your local pharmacy doesn’t carry them, hit the Internet.

Choose the fit size condom, it will best protect you and give you the pleasant.

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