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Must read for men: How to know your correct condom size

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The believe of most men who purchase condom is that all condoms are the same size but that is not thr case. According to recent studies say about 40 per cent of men are wearing the wrong size condom!

When shopping for condoms, many men tend to believe that one size fits all. But this is not true, considering that penis size and width vary from one man to the others. As such, two individual males may not use the same condom size.

For proper protection against risks of STIs and unplanned pregnancy, finding the right size condom is crucial.

Sex experts say condoms come in broad three sizes, and that a condom must never be too tight or too loose when you wear one, otherwise, it may leave make you uncomfortable and exposed to infections.

So, how do you choose the right size? For a start, you need to know your penis size. But if you don’t, you may buy the three sizes and try each of them. You’ll then choose the size that fits you best and stay with it.

Again, if you want to save money, roll a toilet paper and wear it on your erect penis and gauge the fit.

So, here we go…

• Standard fit: Standard fit condoms range between 2.04” (52mm) and 2.13” (54mm) in width and 7.01” (178mm) and 7.9” (200mm) in length, and generally fit those with a penis girth between 4.7” (119mm) and 5.1” (130mm). If there is just enough room after wearing this size, you fit into the medium size category, which accounts for 50 per cent of men.

• Snugger fit: Snugger fit condoms range between 1.77” (45mm) and 2” (50.8mm) in width and 6.7” (170mm) and 7.5” (190mm) in length, and generally fit those with a penis girth below 4.7” (119mm).

Condoms of different sizes

If you slide the roll over your erect penis and there is room to spare, then you fit into the smaller size category. Thirty-five per cent of men fall into this group.

Any man who falls into this group must wear the correct condom size to avoid loose condoms that could slip off, putting you and your partner at risk.

• Larger fit: Larger fit condoms range between 2.13” (54mm) and 2.7” (68mm) in width and 7.5” (190mm) and 8.46” (215mm) in length, and generally fit those with a penis girth bigger than 5.1” (130mm).

Here, if the toilet paper roll doesn’t fit, or is too tight, then you fit into the larger condom group. These men may discover that condoms often feel incredibly tight or even painful. This accounts for about 15-20 per cent of the population.

Source: ( Punch Newspaper )

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  1. George

    September 5, 2018 at 6:17 pm

    Men ought to and “need” to know their correct condoms sizes. This is very important. You need to know your penis size!

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Buhari Commissions Oil Refinery To Process 5,000 Barrels A Day

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Buhari Commissions Oil Refinery To Process 5,000 Barrels A Day

Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday inaugurated a medium-sized refinery in Ibigwe, Imo State.

The Ibigwe refinery will process 5,000 barrels a day, the president said on his Twitter account.

The president launched the refinery online and said work would begin on expanding the plant to produce 50,000 barrels a day.

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According to Waltersmith, the refinery has a crude oil storage capacity of 60,000 barrels and is expected to deliver about 271 million litres of refined petroleum products, including diesel, kerosene, heavy fuel oil (HFO), and naphtha, per annum to the domestic market and create both direct and indirect jobs particularly within host communities.

He wrote on Twitter:

 

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Court Revokes Faisal Maina’s Bail For Failure To Attend Trial

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Court Revokes Faisal Maina’s Bail For Failure To Attend Trial

Abdulrasheed Maina son, Faisal

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Tuesday ordered the arrested of Faisal Maina, the son of Abdulrasheed Maina, for jumping bail in his trial on money laundering charges.

Justice Okon Abang who revoked Faisal’s bail ordered that his trial would continue in absentia pending when the security agencies would be able to arrest and produce him in court.

The judge also asked his surety, a member of the House of Representatives, Sani Umar Dangaladima, representing the Kaura-Namoda Federal Constituency of Zamfara State, to appear before the court to show cause why he should not forfeit the N60m bail bond which he signed for Faisal.

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At Failsal’s money-laundering trial resumption on Tuesday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s prosecution counsel, Mohammed Abubakar, told the court that Maina’s son and Hon. Dangaladima both failed to appear in court since June 24, 2020.

Abubakar, therefore, applied the revocation of his bail and his arrest citing section 184 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act.

The prosecution also applied for the court to order his trial in absentia as provided by 352(4) of ACJA.

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Insecurity: I Don’t See Things Returning To Normal In Northern Nigeria – Omokri

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Insecurity: I Don't See Things Returning To Normal In Northern Nigeria - Omokri

Reno Omokri

Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has expressed that he is pessimistic about life returning to normal in Northern Nigeria after the Coronavirus pandemic with the increasing insecurity in the nation.

In the past few days, there have been various reports of kidnapping, killing, and attacks by bandits on citizens in the Northern region of the country.

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Reacting to the situation, Omokri pointed out that due to the insecurity in the region, he foresees marriages, burials, ceremonies, and even trade being conducted virtually.

He wrote:

“Even after #COVID19, I don’t see things returning to normal in Northern Nigeria. Insecurity is overwhelming. I foresee marriages, burials, ceremonies, and even trade being conducted over zoom. Nobody in Northern Nigeria can safely travel. Absolutely NOBODY.”

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