Just as not every man is built the same, neither is every condom.
It will require some experimentation to find the condom that will work best for you, especially since every condom brand has its own definition of "regular" and "large."
Condoms have different sizes. Of course, there are basic condoms, which fit tightly to the shape of the penis, or XXL condoms. Condoms vary in length from 6.5 inches to 8.5 inches, and they also vary in width, i.e. from 2 inches onwards, whereby some condoms are different in width at the head and at the root, which ensures greater pleasure and comfort. You should definitely choose the one that suits the size of your penis. Condoms that are too small can split quickly and condoms that are too big can slide off your penis.
Choose the right material of a condom. Materials are different as well. Today, condoms are made out of latex (rubber), polyurethane (plastic) or animal tissue. All condoms provide equal protection against pregnancy, but protection against sexually transmitted diseases in condoms of animal origin is not so effective. Condoms made out of latex are the most recommended for protection against STD, and they are also the most accessible in terms of price and offer, as you can buy them in almost any shop. People allergic to latex use condoms made out of polyurethane. These condoms are very thin, and they are also used by couples who are not allergic to latex because of increased sensitivity. Polyurethane condoms are also recommended for users of various creams against fungi infections. When using polyurethane condoms, you can use oil based lubricants, but it is better to use water based lubricants with other types of condoms because oil based lubricants can damage the condom.
Choose the right texture and flavour of a condom. Condoms can be smooth or ribbed, which provides an additional pleasure during sexual intercourse for the couple. There are different flavours as well, such as menthol, banana, strawberry, etc. The flavour of condoms should definitely be discussed with your partner because it is very likely that your partner will not like certain flavours, or he/she will like a particular flavour so much that he/she will not want to take it out of the mouth.
Condoms are packed separately, i.e. one in every packet. They can be dry, lubricated with water based lubricants or spermicides. Although spermicides provide greater protection against pregnancy, condoms lubricated with spermicides increase the risk of HIV infection.
Always practice SAFE SEX. Use a condom.