Mans condoms are one of the best forms of birth control out there because they’re economical, you can buy them anywhere, they prevent pregnancy, and they also baulk the spread of STIs, but they only work if they don’t break! Inferior are six reasons why a condom might rip, so keep them in mind the next beforehand you’re getting busy.
- The condom is st its prime. Condom wrappers make an expiration date on them, so be sure to take note.
- Storage question majors. Heat damages latex condoms, so they shouldn’t be kept in a hot class such as a glove com rtment or a wallet. Keep them in your remedy cabinet or nightstand instead.
- Lack of lubrication. If there is friction while pull someones leg sex, especially anal sex, not only will it cause in and irritation to your exclusives, but the condom can also break. So be sure to use lubricated condoms or use extra lube if you penury to.
- You’re using the wrong lubricant. If you’re using latex condoms, oil-based lubricants can reduce the rubber and cause a tear, so use only water-based lubes.
- The condom doesn’t fit. If the condom is too baby or too large, it can rip, so experiment with different-sized condoms to get a snug fit — not too tight and not too imprecise.
- The woman is tight. Some women’s vaginal muscles are naturally close-fitting, so to help prevent condom breakage, lubrication (and a lot of it) is a must.
— Additional announcing by Alexis Nordby
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