Challenges to correct condom use. A study of men attending an STD clinic reported that in the previous three months. - 29% put the condom on upside down and then turned it over. - % removed the condom before completing intercourse. - 30% experienced problems with the fit or feel of the condom. - 31% had a condom break. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were applied. Of the sample, % reported experiencing at least one condom fit or feel problem. Problems with condom fit during sex did not differ significantly by gender (p). Perceptions of specific condom use problems were organized into five themes: (1) decreased sensation, (2) lack of naturalness, (3) condom size complaints, (4) decreased pleasure, Cited by:
Jan 25, · The purpose of this study was to investigate gender differences and other demographic correlates of condom fit and feel problems among a diverse sample of adult condom users and to examine men’s and women’s perceptions and experiences with condom fit and feel orgazm.xyz by: different condom and lubricant brands (to address issues of fit and feel) and encouragement to focus on the physical sensations whilst using condoms. KIHIS has demonstrated early evidence of efficacy in studies conducted in the US and Canada [15, 16]. A small pilot study Cited by: 5.
Apr 01, · Men completed the Condom Fit and Feel Scale: a item Likert-type scale on which men report experiences with the fit and feel of condoms.9 The scale has five subscales, including that condoms fit fine, or are too loose, too tight, too long and too short. An overall score of “condom fit and feel problems” is calculated by reverse scoring the two positive items in the “condoms fit fine” Cited by: This study empirically assessed relations between men's penile dimensions and their perceptions of condom fit and feel. METHODS: Data related to demographics, a bivariate calculation of erect penile length and circumference, and perceptions of condom fit and feel were analysed from adult men from 50 US states RESULTS: While many men reported that condoms generally fit fine and feel comfortable, at clearly identifiable intersections of length and circumference relations between penile Cited by:
How a perfect fit condom can improve your sex life. Mar 07, · The condom testing exercises were designed to enable participants to (1) discover the right/best condom for fit and feel, (2) experiment with different lubricants, (3) test techniques of application and removal and (4) focus on pleasurable sensations and reflect upon how condoms and lubricants could be used for the benefit of both their partners, and their own, enjoyment and thereby challenge beliefs that condoms .
The relative importance for two of the factors (how well the condom fit and how well it felt during sex) was unanticipated given research findings from previous studies. 1– 6 Yet, these factors appear to be critically important with respect to events that precipitate condom failure. Indeed, the men seemed to be saying that condoms are important and should be used, but they expressed a desire to have condoms fit .