20 common ways to use condoms incorrectly


Passionate and selfless sex is inseparable from the intimate protection of condoms. A small condom can not only prevent unintended pregnancy and prevent sexually transmitted diseases but also prolong the time and enhance the fun. But in real life, many people use the wrong condom. The following 23 are the most common condom misuses.


1. Condoms should not be deployed in advance but should be deployed downward.


2. Before putting it on, pinch the small airbag at the top of the flat condom for storing semen to prevent the air in the airbag from expanding due to heat and to encourage the semen to overflow to the roots.


3. Check the production date and expiration date before use. Expired condoms have deteriorated and are easily broken, so they are not suitable for use.


4. The condom must be stored in a cool, dry and free from acid, alkali, and oil environment. If it becomes sticky and brittle after exposure to the above conditions, it should not be used again even within the shelf life.


5. Condoms come in different specifications, so you should choose the appropriate model according to the size of the erection. Otherwise, it is too tight and easy to break, too loose and easy to slip, which will affect the effect of use.


6. Only use water-based lubricants for condoms. Vaseline, liquid paraffin, cooking oil, etc. can increase the brittleness of the condom in a short time and accelerate its rupture.


7. The condom is worn too late. Many people start to use condoms after the actual sex starts, and 17.1%~51.1% of people make this mistake. In fact, you should wear a condom during foreplay to prevent close contact with your sex organs during intimacy.


8. Take off the sleeve too early. 13.6%~44.7% of users hurriedly remove the condom before the sexual intercourse is over. Although the ejaculation is completed, the removal of the condom may still cause pregnancy or spread diseases.


9. Fully unfold the rolled-up condom before putting it on. 2.1%~25.3% of people will do this. This may damage the condom and may also affect the correct wearing.


10. There is no room for semen. 24.3%~45.7% of the people said that they have encountered a situation where there is no seminal vesicle or insufficient space for the seminal vesicle, which can easily break the condom and cause pregnancy.


11. The air in the front of the condom is not emptied. Almost half of the women and 41.6% of the men did not have the habit of expelling the tip air during use, which eventually caused the condom to rupture. The correct way is to gently pinch with your fingers to get rid of the air inside.


12. Mistaken the pros and cons. 4%~30.4% of people will mistake the front and back of the condom. The result is that the wearer is uncomfortable and easily slips off during sex.


13. The condom is not fully deployed. 11.2% of women and 8.8% of men spread the condom only halfway, and start sex with half of their penis. This kind of action is very dangerous and easily spreads sexual diseases.


14. Use a sharp object to open the condom package. 2.1%~11.2% of people will use knives, sharp nails and other items to cut the outer packaging, which will cause the latex to break and cracks.


15. Do not check before use. 75% of men and 82% of women do not check condoms before use, including whether they are within the shelf life and whether they are qualified.


16. No lubricating fluid is used. 16%~25.8% of people do not use lubricating fluid without body fluid lubrication, which increases the risk of rupture of the sleeve.


17. Wrong lubricant is used. Using lubricating fluids with oily bases will degrade the latex and reduce the strength of the condom. 3.2% of female respondents and 4.7% of males would make such mistakes.


18. Improper withdrawal time of the penis. Approximately 31% of men and 27% of women admitted to withdrawing too late, the penis is completely weak and then withdrawing, the condom is easy to fall off in the vagina.


19. Repeated use. 1.4%~3.3% of people have repeatedly used disposable condoms, which has lost the protective significance.


20. Wrong storage. 3.3%~19.1% of people store condoms improperly, such as in overheated environments, direct sunlight, and putting them in personal clothing bags, which will reduce the lifespan of condoms.