A broken condom at the worst possible moment is a known problem for many couples. Most often, this situation occurs for several reasons:
How to choose the right condom so that it does not break and it is convenient and pleasant to have sex in it, read the article "How to choose the right condom".
Well, I'll take for the sake of myself. Another reason may be that, it happens to me. We put on a quality product, use a water-based lubricant and it breaks, why? Yes, because you need to scrub more slowly, and not like rabbits
The most important thing for a guy is to control the amount of fluid produced by a girl. With a lack of it, a condom breaks in 80-90 percent of cases. We have already written about anal sex. But in the classic version, as far as I know, they do not recommend using the purchased lubricant in addition to the natural one: there is enough of it on a condom
There are several reasons, and not everything can be influenced, you need to be careful:
Condoms are cheap and of unknown brand. Made of unclear what, they can easily break. Buy only from pharmacies and specialty stores.
Very popular condoms of the middle price category (Durex, Contex), they are massively counterfeited, according to various sources, more than half of those sold in Russia are actually counterfeit. How to identify a fake: afisha.ru
Incorrect donning. Correct: pinch the tip so that no air remains in it, roll it over the penis, and not put it on or pull it on. When rolling, it is impossible to put the condom on the wrong side.
Improper storage: in a back pocket, for example, where it can be constantly stressed. Store in your wallet or pack condoms in a box with you. Another option is condom holders, small specialized hard boxes for condoms, they come with a key holder.
Incorrect opening of the package. No nails, teeth or sharp objects, the perforated edge breaks easily by itself.
Use lubricants. There is not enough or no lubrication of its own, a condom can break from excessive friction. This is especially true of anal sex - there is basically no lubricant of its own, without lubricant it is painful, careless and unsafe.
Size matters, so it's better for a man to buy his own condoms and know his size: tumblr.com - 30% of men use condoms that are too big for them. No need to try to delight someone with packaging labeled XL, it will still be clear that it is not.
I will add that most often condoms break from misuse. When putting on, you need to leave a little empty space, but remove air from there, otherwise when you ejaculate your semen will have little space and the condom will break.
Read the instructions carefully, it is simple, with pictures and just enjoy sex.
I personally or through the stories of my friends came across two reasons. The first is marriage / poor quality condom. Very often condoms are torn from the cheap "social" segment like "tumbler" etc. Condoms in the middle and high price segments are usually extremely reliable. Second, the size of the product was incorrectly selected. It is no secret that enlarged models of condoms are produced for men with not quite standard members, but many prefer not to bother with this and use "what they were in the stall". As a result, they get at least an eggplant penis (when the rubber band presses the base of the trunk, it squeezes part of the blood flow, which can prolong an erection, but give the penis a characteristic bluish tint), as much as an overly stretched condom breaks quietly during hard sex, but you will only notice this after removing the penis from the vagina, i.e. when it’s too late, because it is very difficult, if not impossible, to control the integrity of the condom during sex.