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How To Put On A Condom Real Demonstration

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If you or your partner has an uncircumcised penis, you may encounter occasional difficulties with putting on a condom. It can be a little awkward, so a sense of humour helps. Log in Facebook Loading We use cookies to make wikiHow great. By using our site, you agree to our cookie policy.

Expert Co-Authored Why choose wikiHow? When you see the green expert checkmark on a wikiHow article, you can trust that the article has been co-authored by a qualified expert. Wait until the penis has become fully erect. "How To Put On A Condom Real Demonstration" as with someone who is circumcised, you should always wait until the penis is fully erect and ready for sexual activity before attempting to put on the condom.

If you try to put a condom on a non-erect penis, it can result in the condom sliding up, down, or off the penis. Add a drop of lubricant.

Place a small drop of water-based lubricant on the inside of the condom in the reservoir tip before you unroll it. Water-based lubricant can make it easier for you or your partner to roll the condom onto the penis. It can also increase the sensations he feels during sex.

Using more lube could take up too much space in the reservoir tip, and leave little to no room for semen. Use water-based lube only. An oil-based lube can damage the latex condom, and increase the risk for pregnancy and the transmission of STDs.

How to put a condom...

Pull back the foreskin. Before you put the condom on, gently pull back the foreskin. Pull it back until the head of the penis is fully exposed. Remember this is a very sensitive area, so be extra gentle. Generally the foreskin will remain securely retracted one you have rolled it down off the head of the penis. If it rolls back up again before you get the condom, just roll it down and try again.

Pinch the reservoir tip of the condom. When you have rolled the foreskin right down the head of the penis it will, in most instances, remain retracted without you having hold it.

Once the foreskin is secure below the head you will have both hands free and are ready to put the condom on. Before you roll the condom down the penis, use one hand to pinch the reservoir tip of the condom. This will help remove air from the condom, and prevent air from getting trapped as you roll on the condom. Know what to do if the foreskin doesn't roll down. For some men the foreskin is too tight on the head of the penis to be able to roll all "How To Put On A Condom Real Demonstration" way down the head.

Men who are How To Put On A Condom Real Demonstration to roll the foreskin down may have a condition known as Phimosis. This in itself is nothing to worry about, and if you cannot roll down the foreskin, then you should just roll the condom down your penis and not worry about rolling down the foreskin.

Whether or not you are able to pull the foreskin back should not increase the likelihood of the condom breaking or slipping.

Slipping is normally only an issue when the man has troubling maintaining an erection. If your Phimosis is causing you difficulty, such as pain during sex, infection or impeding urination, there are some treatments available that you can discuss with your doctor. Roll the condom down his penis. As you pinch the tip of the condom with one hand, use the other hand to roll the condom down to the base of the penis.

Your foreskin should remain retracted while you are unrolling the condom.

Push the foreskin gently back toward the tip of the penis. Once you have rolled the condom down to the base of the penis you can ease the foreskin back over the head. Hold onto the base of the condom with one hand, to prevent the condom from sliding off, and gently push the foreskin back up towards the head of the penis.

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