Measure your penis
It sounds obvious but it’s the best place to start. You may want to be super accurate and take a tape measure to your penis or you could follow the toilet paper roll test, which is more entertaining. Either way, remember to measure both the length and nominal width of your penis, measuring at the base, as well as the widest part of the shaft
Leave your ego at the door
While we may dream of being XXL, the reality is that most of us are walking around with normal sized penises. According to a recent study in the British Journal of Urology International, the average size of a flaccid penis is 3.6 inches (length) and 3.7 inches (width). But penis size doesn’t ultimately matter - condom size does.
Try several on for size
Congratulations - you now know your official condom size. But don’t just settle for the first one you try. Ribbed, flavored, different lubricants, glow-in-the-dark - there are many condom options out there so don’t be shy in testing them all, to see which ones offer the best pleasure during sex.
It takes two, baby
Getting the right condom size is not just for your satisfaction - it also ensures a better sexperience for your partner(s). So when you’re trying out different condoms, ask your partner for their feedback. Regardless of their gender, what works for you may not necessarily work for them, so keep this in mind.