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                      What are regular condoms?

                      Regular condoms are condoms with a standard size. When referring to the condom size as “regular” manufacturers intend a range of nominal widths, generally between 52mm and 58mm. This wide range comprises the most popular condom sizes used in a certain geographical region, and it may change from one country to another – mainly because the average size of the penis is different between various ethnic groups.

                      Can I wear any size condom in the regular range?

                      Yes and no. Whilst you could technically do it, it is recommended to only wear condoms that fit you properly.

                      Wearing a condom that fits too tight can be painful, it could result in condom breakage, and, in the long run, it could lead to erectile dysfunction. Thus, if your penis girth requires for a 56mm condom, for instance, but you’re constantly wearing a 52mm condom, you could experience any of the issues above.

                      Some men choose to wear a snugger condom now and then, mostly to delay ejaculation. In fact, a snug condom reduces blood flow to the penis, making it easier to maintain an erection for longer. However, if you suffer from premature ejaculation or your partner needs longer stimulation, you should use delay condoms, spray or wipes rather than using a condom that is too small.

                      Wearing a loose condom, on the other hand, could cause it to slip off during intercourse. Sometimes, the condom can get stuck inside your partner’s body. So, if you want to avoid embarrassing trips to the A&E, you should make sure the condom fits right.

                      Another issue with looser condoms is that they can cut off the amount of sensations you feel – wearing the wrong size condom is one of the main reasons people dislike rubbers. For these reasons, you should make sure the condoms you buy have the right size.

                      What is the right condom width for me?

                      Before speaking about the right size, you should learn how a condom should feel. As a general rule, the right size condom should fit snugly on your penis, but it shouldn’t hurt nor constrict movements. If you like a looser fit, you should opt for an anatomically shaped condom – these condoms provide more headroom but have a snugger base that keeps the condom firm on your organ during intercourse.

                      To figure out what condom size you need, grab a ruler and a piece of string (or a tape measure) and proceed to measuring your pride and joy – note that you must have a fully erect penis for this operation. Here’s how to do it:

                      Now, you can either divide the girth by 3.14 to figure out what nominal width to look for in condoms, or fill in your numbers in our quiz to find the ideal size condoms for you – alongside the best condoms available in your size.

                      Types of regular condoms

                      There are various ways to classify regular condoms. For instance, you can pick from latex and non-latex condoms, plain or textured condoms, flavoured and coloured condoms, and we could go on and on. To make things easy – and trim down options, let’s check out the most popular regular condom types you can pick from.

                      Plain condoms

                      Plain condoms are made of natural rubber latex, are clear transparent in colour, and they are odourless and tasteless – although they might smell and taste of latex. Their exclusive role is that of protecting you against pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Condoms in this category include:

                      Textured condoms

                      Condoms with dots, ribs, or dots and ribs are designed to enhance pleasure for her, him, or both partners. Some even contain a delay gel, helping him maintain an erection for longer. These condoms provide an easy way for spicing up things in the bedroom. Some of the most popular options include:

                      Cooling and Warming Condoms

                      Another type of condoms designed to heighten the sensations, cooling and warming condoms have a tingling effect. They are usually smooth and, based on the type of gel, they can help delay ejaculation naturally or reach orgasm faster. The cooling category also includes mint flavoured condoms. Here are some of the most popular options:

                      Flavoured Condoms

                      Ideal for oral sex, flavoured condoms can help all couples add some spice to their relationship. They are also ideal to use if you or your partner don’t like the smell of latex. All flavoured condoms you can buy here at Condoms.uk are safe to use for oral, vaginal, and anal sex. Some of the most popular brands making flavoured condoms include:

                      Non-latex condoms

                      Latex condoms are not an option if you or your partner are allergic. That’s where non-latex condoms step in. They can be made of polyisoprene, polyurethane, synthetic resin, or lambskin. Popular options come from:

                      Where can I buy regular size condoms?

                      You can buy regular condoms right here at Condoms.uk. We stock a wide range of genuine condoms from trusted brands. In our store, you can find plain, textured, flavoured, coloured, sensation, and even glow in the dark condoms. All rubbers in our range are safe to use for all kinds of sex – look for the CE mark or BSI Kitemark on the condom pack when buying from us.

                      At Condoms.uk, we also offer free nationwide delivery on all orders of £25 or more. As you’d expect, we deliver all orders in discreet packaging to protect your privacy. So, what are you waiting for? Browse our range right now to find the best regular condoms for you and your beloved one.