How to Put on a Condom With Foreskin

Condoms are an important part of safe sex and help prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. They can also increase pleasure during sex.

Make sure the condom is in date and is properly wrapped before use. A drop of lubricant can also enhance sensation but be careful to use a water-based lube – oil-based ones can break down condoms.

1. Pull back the foreskin

Condoms are your best defence against sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS) and unwanted pregnancies. They’re also known to increase pleasure during sex. So, why not make sure you and your partner know how to use them correctly?

Start by checking the expiration date to ensure the condom is still safe to use. Carefully open the package, being careful not to rip it. Then, pinch the reservoir tip to leave a small amount of room for semen and remove any air bubbles.

If he’s uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back gently and place the condom on the head of the hard penis. If he has trouble rolling the condom down over the head of his penis, it may be because he suffers from a condition called phimosis and the foreskin is tight. In this case, it might be easier to use a condom designed specifically for uncircumcised men that doesn’t require removing the foreskin.

For a comfortable fit, it’s helpful to test run different condom brands and styles to find one that fits him well. Using a condom that is too small can increase the risk of leakage, while using one that is too large can cause discomfort and slipping. Adding a dab of lubricant to the condom can enhance sensation, as well as improve penetration. Ultimately, consistent condom use can reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy, and increase communication and trust between partners, leading to a more satisfying and enjoyable sexual experience for both parties.

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2. Pinch the reservoir tip of the condom

Condoms are a safe and reliable way to prevent sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STIs or STDs) and unwanted pregnancies. Used correctly, they are up to 98 percent effective. But, when used incorrectly, they can be a lot less effective.

When a man puts on a condom, it’s important that he pinches the reservoir tip. This helps to get rid of any air trapped inside the condom that could cause it to break. And, it also helps to leave a space to collect the semen (cum) after ejaculation.

After the man has pinched the reservoir tip, he should place it on the head of his penis, leaving about a half-inch of space at the top. He should then roll the condom down his penis, all the way to its base. If the man is uncircumcised or has a phimosis, it might be easier for him to pull his foreskin back before placing the condom on his head and rolling it down.

If he and his partner are using lubricant, it’s a good idea to use water-based lubricant instead of oil-based because it can damage latex condoms. And, it’s important that the man keeps the condom rolled on his penis until orgasm happens. This can help prevent STIs and pregnancy and it will keep the foreskin from getting irritated.

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3. Roll the condom down his penis

The most important thing is to make sure that the condom covers the head of the penis. If you are uncircumcised, this means pulling back the foreskin. Then pinch the tip of the condom between your thumb and forefinger to get rid of any air and leave a little space at the top for cum to collect in. Then, just like putting on any other condom, roll it down your penis.

Some men can’t easily pull their foreskin back and this may affect how easy it is to roll the condom on. However, this shouldn’t increase the chance of the condom slipping or breaking and it is important that it goes on properly so that it can provide protection against unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

Once the condom is on, it’s a good idea to add a bit of lubrication to help with penetration and comfort. The lubricant should be water-based as oil-based lubricants can damage the condom.

It is also worth checking that the condom is on correctly. If the outer ring feels like it’s lying against the folds of skin (labia) in your vagina, it’s on correctly. It’s a good idea to check the condom regularly during sexual intercourse as it can slip up the shaft of your penis and this puts you at risk for pregnancy and STIs. Once you have finished sex, withdraw the condom carefully and discard it in a safe place. Do not try to re-use it or flush it down the toilet as this can cause plumbing problems and harm the environment.

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4. Roll the condom over his head

A condom that’s been rolled on correctly doesn’t delay the start of sex and can actually enhance sensations during climax. Plus, it provides a barrier against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unwanted pregnancies. So, it’s important to know how to do it properly and quickly.

First, make sure his penis is fully erect. If not, it will break the seal and leave him exposed to STIs and pregnancy. You can also help him feel more relaxed by using a water-based lubricant. Anything oil-based can “eat” latex condoms and decrease their elasticity.

When he’s ready, pull back the foreskin and pinch the reservoir tip of the condom. Then, roll the condom down his head and over his base. It’s important to have a firm grip on the condom so it doesn’t break or slip off.

After the condom has been rolled on, there should be space at the tip for semen to pool. If you can’t roll it all the way to the base of his penis, he’s wearing it inside out and needs a new one. If the condom breaks, it could snag on something or leak. That’s why it’s so important to check the expiration date before you use it. It’s often printed on the wrapper or back of the box. If it’s expired, throw it out.

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