No two penises are the same; they come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. Luckily so do condom sizes — there are condoms for larger penises and condoms for smaller penises. It is important to find one that fits you perfectly, just as you would a pair of shoes. Finding your perfect condom size leads to safer and more pleasurable sex for both of you.
In turn this causes issues that put many men off using condoms full stop - for example a lack of feeling during sex "I can't feel anything" or trouble maintaining their erection. Certainly don't feel embarrassed if you are experiencing an issue with the size fit of your condom - it's a common problem. If you read on you can learn about the most common issues with traditional one-size-fits-all condoms, and how TheyFit can fix each one. Discretion advised: hand drawn illustrations of erections follow below:. This excessive stretching force causes a feeling of tightness and discomfort. In extreme cases a red or purple mark may be left in the flesh. Many men who complain they "can't feel anything" when wearing a condom, are wearing a condom that is too tight for them.
If your condom is too tight, it could break. You just need to measure your erection, and determine what size is right for you. To determine your condom size, measure the girth of your penis by wrapping a measuring tape around the thickest part. Alternatively, use a piece of string to mark your girth and hold the string against a ruler.
While they come in a wide variety of sizes, flavours and types, they can also serve very specific functions, such as helping delay a man's orgasm, or significantly improve pleasure for both partners. Contrary to popular belief, using a condom properly is fairly easy. For starters, keep condoms in a tin case or a box as opposed to a bag or a wallet.