Using a condom could be one of the most sensible decisions of your life, saving you from STI’s, disease and unwanted pregnancy. However without looking at the correct condom sizes your efforts could prove useless. The wrong size condom will malfunction.
Well, I guess you know that already and that is why you are here looking for your condom size! So let’s get on with it.
HOW TO MEASURE PENIS SIZE
You need to measure your penis first so you can compare against condoms. Not many condoms companies make their exact measurements available so you need to do some internet research. Our condom size chart of top brands is a great place to start! Once you have your penis size it makes the process of getting the correct condoms much faster.
To measure your penis you need the length and girth and head circumference if you really want.
- The length should be measured from the point where your penis meets the bottom of your pelvis (the base) to the absolute end point of the head. You want the condom to be able to reach right to your base.
- To measure your girth you should get a piece of string or a measuring tape and measure the circumference around the thickest part of your penis around the shaft.
- The same can be done with string or a measuring tape at the thickest part of the head of your penis.
HOW A CONDOM CORRECTLY FITS
Now with your measurements you can find your range of condom. Many condoms simply come in small, medium or large but often they have mm x mm measurements available.
You want a condom to fit snugly but not create any pressure. Also it should not go baggy anywhere as the looseness could cause rubbing during intercourse that will break the condom.
To help you find condom sizes correct for you we organized condom company sizes for major brands. Here are our latest Trojan Condom Size Chart and LifeStyles Condom Size Chart, Durex Condom Size Chart, Kimono Size Chart, and Beyond Seven Size Chart.
Alternatively, you can review our fitting solutions chart which suggests specific condoms that are designed to cater for specific needs and solve discomforts such as too tight, too loose, too short, too long.