Choosing the Right Condom Size
The safest method of prevention against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and one of the most widely used methods of birth control is still using condoms. As a result, billions of people use them globally.
Sizes of condoms
Things seem to be rather simple when it comes to condom size. Really, only four sizes—small, ordinary or medium, big, and extra-large—can be regarded as standard.
The small model, which is usually referred to as "Snug Fit," is primarily created for men whose penis measures 5.1" and below in length and has a girth of between 4.7" and below.
The "Standard Fit" or average one will fit a man with a penis that is between 5.1" and 6" length and 4.7" to 5.1" wide.
The large type, often known as "Magnum," is designed for a guy with a penis that measures between 6 and 7 inches in length and 5.1 to 6 inches in circumference.
The "XXL" size, commonly known as extra-large, is made for men with penises that are between 7" and 8" long and at least 6" in circumference.
In order to determine which size is right for you, you must take specific measurements. Don't worry, there is nothing complicated about this. All you need to have on hand is a measuring tape, a ruler, or a thread. Oh, and a penis that is erect.
The length of the penis must be measured from the base to the tip with a ruler or measuring tape.
In order to determine girth, you must take a measurement around the penis. The thickest part of the penis should be wrapped once with the string. Mark the thread where the two parts come together so you may measure the circumference with a ruler or measuring tape later.
Why Size Is Important
Size is crucial in this case for a number of reasons. Choosing the right size for you is essential for both your comfort and the condom's efficacy.
In the event that you select a size that is too large for you, the condom may roll, roll, or even fall during sexual activity. The discomfort will be great and you won't be able to enjoy the moment, even if you manage to put on a smaller condom.
Additionally, if the condom size is not selected properly, it may break, which is a very scary scenario.