6 Detailed Steps On How To Put On A Condom Correctly

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Putting on a new condom is actually simple only when you know what exactly you are doing. So now, VKool helps you to deal with the problem with some detailed steps on how to put on a condom correctly. Follow these steps below to ensure you are doing it the proper way.

How To Put On A Condom Correctly?

Roll a condom on when the penis is erect, and before it touches the genital area (vagina, anus, vulva, upper thighs, and buttocks) of your partner. In addition, remember to wear it during the time you are having sex. This aids in protecting you from developing STDs that are actually transmitted through touching the skin to skin. It also helps to prevent contact with pre-ejaculate, which may contain STD germs and rarely have sperm that causes pregnancy.

1. How To Put On A Condom – Step 1

Often, condoms have a long expiry date, but you should also check the expiration date on the box or wrapper. Make sure that you open condoms carefully so that you do not damage them. Remember not to use scissors or your teeth to open them.

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2. How To Put On A Condom – Step 2

The second step on how to put on a condom correctly is to hold the tip of this condom in order to remove the air in it. Then, you roll down it to the base of your erect penis. Ensure that the condom is not inside out before trying to roll it on. In case you accidentally put it on inside out, there is a chance it could contain sexual fluids on it. To deal with this, you may take another one and then start again.

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3. How To Put On A Condom – Step 3

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Here is the third step on how to put on a condom correctly. Pinch the tip of a condom and then place it on your penis head. Remember to leave a bit of free space at the top in order to collect semen. If you are uncircumcised, you can pull the foreskin back before putting it on the tip of the penis and rolling down it.

4. How To Put On A Condom – Step 4

The next step is to unroll it down in the way from the shaft of the penis to the base. Now, put a little lubricant (water-based one) on the outside layer of the condom. This helps to prevent the condom from breaking and to increase pleasure. You should try not to utilize the oil-based lubricants including Vaseline because sometimes these products can cause the condoms to break. Now, have sex!

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5. How To Put On A Condom – Step 5

After you ejaculate, try to hold on the rim of this condom and then pull the penis out of the body of your partner. You must do this before the penis gets soft so that the condom does not go too loose and make semen out.

6. How To Put On A Condom – Step 6

The final step on how to put on a condom correctly is carefully taking off this condom away from the penis so that you do not accidentally spill semen on them. Then, remove the condom by tying a firm knot at the end of this condom, wrapping it in a tissue, & putting it in the bin. Remember not to flush the condom down the toilet because it may clog pipes.

It is impossible to reuse the condoms. Put on a new condom whenever you have vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Also, you should use a new one if you change from one type of sex to another (for example: from anal to vaginal sex).

You don’t need to worry if you have a problem about your erection (the penis goes soft) when you put on a condom. This is very common. To deal with this problem, you should use another condom. Just take off that condom and wear a new one when the penis is hard again.

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What Kind Of Condom Is Best For You

Perhaps you will be surprised but it is a really important question. Condoms have a lot of different sizes and shapes. There are also so many textures, colors, flavor, and brands. It may also be latex or non-latex, lubricated or non-lubricated condoms. So, you should try a few different sorts of condoms so that you may know what is best for you.

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Tips For Using Condoms

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It is important to take care of the condoms and use them correctly every time you have sex.

  1. Store the condoms in a cool and dry place. Avoid contacting them with any sharp object and direct sunlight. Remember not to keep them in the pocket, bathroom, or car for a long period of time (more than 1 month), because excessive moisture and heat may damage them over time.
  2. Check the expiration date carefully and ensure there are not holes in the packaging prior to opening the condom. For this, you can feel air bubble when squeezing the wrapper. If it is torn, stiff, sticky, or dry, throw it away.
  3. Because you need to utilize a new condom whenever you have sex or simply have a new erection, you should keep a condom supply around. Keep condoms nearby before everything starts heating up, so you are easy to take it without interrupting the action.
  4. Although most condoms are pre-lubricated, adding extra silicone or water-based lube will make them feel great and aid in keeping them from breaking. Add a few drops to the head of the penis or on the inside tip of the condom before rolling it on, and spread the lube on the outer side of the condom when you are putting on it.
  5. Remember not to use anything that contains oil in it with the latex condoms, like lotion, petroleum jelly (Vaseline), butter, cooking oils, or baby oil. Oil may damage the latex condoms and cause them to break easily.
  6. A positive attitude and a little creativity can be an easy way to make condoms fun & sexy! For many people, using condoms is a natural part of sexual foreplay. Getting your partner roll the condom on, applying water-based lube, stimulating each other and then saying sexy stuff when wearing condoms keeps everything hot & safe. In addition, wearing the condoms to protect each other from STDs pregnancy, and other sexual conditions, so feel free and relaxed.
  7. It is perfect for practice, so it is completely a good idea for you to get used to wearing condoms before you use them for having sex. You may practice wearing a condom on the penis, or a cucumber, slim bottle, banana, or anything penis-shaped.
  8. Lastly, you may also use another method of birth control, such as the pill, shot, implant, IUD, or ring along with the condoms. It aids in preventing pregnancy if the condom breaks or you make a mistake, which gives you extra protection. In case you get a condom mishap and don’t have another method of birth control, take emergency contraception to help prevent pregnancy for up to 5 days after having unprotected sex.

Above are 6 steps on how to put on a condom correctly and some information. For another useful article about sex and relationships, visit our Love & Sex page. Feel free to leave your comments to share your thoughts with us.

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