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Condoms by Size

Penises are different and not all condoms fit standard sizes! If a condom is too small, it squeezes, causes discomfort and can break. If it's too big, it can slip off. Either way, sex becomes unsafe and cannot be fully enjoyed. Manufacturers offer condom sizes from 45 to 72 mm – try several to see which is right for you! Read more
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Big, Small & Everything in Between: A Look at Condom Sizes

Just as penises differ in size and shape, so do condoms. A one-size-fits-all approach is not applicable when it comes to condoms, as comfort and safety heavily rely on a good fit. If a condom is too small, it can cause discomfort, constrict blood flow, and even break during sex. On the other hand, a condom that's too large may slip off, which can also result in unsafe sex. A well-fitted condom can enhance the sensations during intercourse, making the experience more pleasurable for both partners. Knowing you're wearing the correct size boosts your confidence, allowing you to focus on intimacy rather than the condom itself. Most importantly, it reduces the risk of STDs and unplanned pregnancies.

Condom manufacturers are aware of this diversity in sizes and thus offer a variety of condom sizes to cater to different needs. Ranging from 45mm to 72mm, there is an option for everyone. However, size labels can sometimes be confusing. For instance, sizes are often labelled as "standard", "large", or "small", but these terms can mean different things to different manufacturers.

How to Measure for the Right Condom Size: Using a ruler, measure the length of the erect penis from the base to the tip. Using a piece of string or a soft measuring tape, measure the girth around the thickest part of the erect penis. If using a string, lay it flat against a ruler to get the measurement. Now you may compare your measurements to condom size charts found in our MY.SIZE or Mister Size product description.

Apart from length and width, another factor to consider when choosing a condom is its shape. Some condoms are designed to be wider at the head, offering more room for those who need it. Others are straight-sided or offer a snugger fit at the base for added security.

Trial and error is often part of the process when finding the perfect fit. Don't be afraid to experiment with different brands, styles, and sizes. Remember, wearing the right size condom isn't just about comfort; it's about ensuring safe and pleasurable experiences. By taking the time to find a condom that fits you well, you're investing in your sexual health and enhancing your overall sexual experience.