Learn how to put a condom on an uncircumcised penis when the moment arises for a little fun. It’s very important to make sure a condom is put on properly. Condoms help to prevent unwanted pregnancy and protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. You may use the same steps to put a condom on an uncircumcised penis as you would a circumcised penis, just with a little extra effort.
To put a condom on an uncircumcised penis, you will need:
- Condom/various sizes
- Water base lubricant
- Clean hands
Clean under the foreskin. If you are uncircumcised, it’s more likely to get an infection from dirt and lint that can get trapped under the hood of the foreskin, along with the sweat and other bodily fluids you will be producing. Therefore, it’s best to start with a clean uncircumcised penis.
Use the correct size condom. Don’t purchase condoms that are too tight and risk the possibility of it breaking or popping off. Please do not try to purchase a magnum size condom if you know you can’t fit in such a large condom. If the fit of the condom is to loose, it’s possible for the condom to just slide right off. You may need to play with a few different size condoms to find the perfect fit.
Apply water based lubricant on the penis. To prevent chafing and irritation from the condom rubbing against the foreskin of the penis, apply a water based lubricant. Applying Vaseline may cause the condom to deteriorate quickly making it vulnerable to breakage.
Pull the foreskin of the uncircumcised penis back. When you are ready, slide the foreskin exposing the shaft and pull the condom over the penis all the way down. It should fit snug, but not cutting the circulation off. Pinch the end of the condom; you need just enough room in the tip of the condom for ejaculation.
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