Putting condom on uncircumcised penis HELP!!!!

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Hi I am looking to know how to put on a condom PROPERLY to my uncircumcised penis

I have looked up articles/videos but cant get anything exactly for advice. Here is my situation:

I can pull back the skin right back past the penis head comfortably when semi erect but when fully erect, i find it hard to pull back any more than just after the head. So when I roll the condom down past the head, and then go to move my skin up over the head, the top of the condom is baggy? So im not sure if its supposed to be like that or not?

I have only had sex once before and used a Durex condom but it was very baggy so got a different slim fitting one which is tighter fit but I now have this problem

Please help!! I don’t want my partner thinking Im a weirdo
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its not really any different with an uncircumcised penis. Just pinch the tip of the condom and roll it down make sure the condom is the right way round
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It's explained clearly in this YouTube video.

Warning - video is a little gross but he shows how the foreskin is pulled back before.

Warning - Graphic Content: Instructional Video

But as it shows, the important thing is to pull the foreskin back (so it is like a circumcized penis), before you put on the condom.
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(Original post by jdro)

Warning - Graphic Content: Instructional Video

But as it shows, the important thing is to pull the foreskin back (so it is like a circumcized penis), before you put on the condom.
Also at 3:08 in the video, it says you have to remember to put the foreskin back afterwards.
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(Original post by jdro)
It's explained clearly in this YouTube video. Warning - video is a little gross (NSFW 18 on YouTube).

Warning - Graphic Content: Instructional Video

But as the video shows, the important thing is to pull the foreskin back (so it is like a circumcized penis), before you put on the condom.
”If your foreskin is a little tight, there is NO NEED to pull the foreskin back, it may or may not go back itself during sex, and the elasticity of the condom will easily accommodate the sliding back. Even if you have a fully sliding foreskin there is no need to pull it back if you don’t want to. Use a condom safe lube so the whole unit slides in the vagina. If your glans is sensitive, not pulling back may help you to last longer too! If it goes back during sex, with no pain, then pull it forward when taking off the condom. If you have pain you need to do some stretching, perhaps with a steroid prescription cream (in UK), to get it a bit looser for more comfortable intercourse.
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Baggy Condoms:

You don't really want the condom to be overly baggy - A baggy condom is more likely to slip off.

A baggy top to the condom likely means your not, with clean fingers, gently pinching the top of the condom when putting it on. The reason to do this is to stop you trapping air in it when you put it on. Trapped air will lead to bagginess and could also cause a condom to fail.

It's also possible that you should be using a trimmer condom. Most big brands have different shapes and sizes of condoms. I'm not advocating Durex but this is a handy article https://www.durex.co.uk/blogs/explor...m-should-i-buy - another brands version of the same thing could be Pasante Trim.

Practice makes perfect and it might be worth practicing without a partner.

On retracting the foreskin without an erection (OP this isn't doesn't sounds like you):

Generally speaking you want to be able to retract your foreskin over the head of your penis so that you can clean it every day. If you can't clean it this way is may lead to a smell and in a few cases infection. If you cannot retract your foreskin over the head of your penis, when not erect, for the purpose of cleaning you should talk to your doctor.

On retracting the foreskin with an erection:

The reason to do this when wear a condom is for sensation. It's generally recommended, though is a personal choice thing. There's no medical requirement.

When men got an erection some cannot retract their foreskin as they could when not erect. This is fine so long as it's not causing you discomfort or other negative impacts. If it's bothering you have a chat with your doctor, who'll likely recommend practicing gently stretching the foreskin with some lube and may give you a steroid cream.
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(Original post by jdro)
It's explained clearly in this YouTube video.

Warning - video is a little gross (NSFW 18+ on YouTube).

Warning - Graphic Content: Instructional Video

But as it shows, the important thing is to pull the foreskin back (so it is like a circumcized penis), before you put on the condom.
(Original post by jdro)
Also at 3:08 in the video, it says you have to remember to put the foreskin back afterwards.
(Original post by Sensor97)
”If your foreskin is a little tight, there is NO NEED to pull the foreskin back, it may or may not go back itself during sex, and the elasticity of the condom will easily accommodate the sliding back. Even if you have a fully sliding foreskin there is no need to pull it back if you don’t want to. Use a condom safe lube so the whole unit slides in the vagina. If your glans is sensitive, not pulling back may help you to last longer too! If it goes back during sex, with no pain, then pull it forward when taking off the condom. If you have pain you need to do some stretching, perhaps with a steroid prescription cream (in UK), to get it a bit looser for more comfortable intercourse.
It must be preferable to pull back the foreskin, otherwise why is it emphasized so much? For example, in the video?
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It must be preferable to pull back the foreskin, otherwise why is it emphasized so much? For example, in the video?
There's no clinical reason, it's purely about sensation. Generally without a condom a foreskin would naturally travel back during penetration, providing more sensation. When using a condom such movement is highly restricted so retracting your foreskin before you begin will maximise sensation.

Some guy's do and some choose not to, as long as the result is enjoyable it doesn't matter.

And yes the is exactly what I said last time you posted this video and made this assertion:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...216&highlight=
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It must be preferable to pull back the foreskin, otherwise why is it emphasized so much? For example, in the video?
This is one video, by one person, who has one opinion! As a father with phimosis and two kids, I know that what I wrote is true! I know a tight foreskin is no problem and works fine with condoms. I agree with comments about “baggy condoms”, sex without pain is the key however.
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It's not essential or better; it's personal choice when it comes to sensation, comfort and practicalities. It may be better for some, worse for others.

A guy could probably walk around with this foreskin retracted but I suspect he'd choose not to as it would likely be rather uncomfortable. I suspect it's not the sort of thing one needs to be reminded to do, too.
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My bf has a foreskin and here's what we do.
Sometimes when he is hard his foreskin already pulls back over the head of his penis. If it isn't he just pulls it back. Then he just unrolls the condom over his penis like normal. It over gets stuck just behind the head and between his foreskin so it needs a little bit of help getting past there and from there just unroll down to the base.
The condoms stay on no problem.
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Yes just pull the foreskin back to show the head just like a circumcised penis and roll the condom down from there.
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(Original post by jdro)
It's explained clearly in this YouTube video.

Warning - video is a little gross (NSFW 18+ on YouTube).


Warning - Graphic Content: Instructional Video


But as it shows, the important thing is to pull the foreskin back (so it is like a circumcized penis), before you put on the condom.
Ridiculous how filthy stuff like this is uploaded to YouTube in the name of "education".
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Ridiculous how filthy stuff like this is uploaded to YouTube in the name of "education".
It's hardly filthy. It is very educational and hopefully someone who doesn't know what to do can be helped to have safe sex because of it.
I wish I could have seen his sort of thing the first time I had sex with my partner.
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(Original post by Antonia1999)
It's hardly filthy. It is very educational and hopefully someone who doesn't know what to do can be helped to have safe sex because of it.
I wish I could have seen his sort of thing the first time I had sex with my partner.
You and your bf could have gone to a porn website to learn this. My point is that a company like YouTube shouldn't allow such stuff to be uploaded to their website.

And shame on TSR for allowing that video to remain on here.
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(Original post by Antonia1999)
It's hardly filthy. It is very educational and hopefully someone who doesn't know what to do can be helped to have safe sex because of it.
I wish I could have seen his sort of thing the first time I had sex with my partner.
Hi yeah, and I wanted to say it's the only one I've found that shows about this topic.
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Hi there,I have also been having similar problem as my lund is too small. I am unable to fit the full circumference of the condom on my phat lund. The solution to this query is to spit shine your dads bald head and then motorboat your grandads man breasts. P.S Lund means Penis
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There are special condoms for people with this kind of problem.
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