This study examined the effect of penis dimensions on the probability of complete condom slippage and condom breakage in actual use. Men were recruited through advertising, used the condoms supplied and completed a diary sheet for each condom used. A total of condoms were used by men of which 1. No significant effect was demonstrated for penile dimensions on the probability of complete condom slippage.
Does Penis Size Influence Condom Slippage and Breakage?
USA - Mesh reinforced condom - Google Patents
US4881553A - Mesh reinforced condom - Google Patents
Condoms in the form of a sheath, commonly made from natural rubber latex, are worn over the penis to prevent conception or venereal infection during coitus. Any failure in the integrity of the sheath walls or slippage of the sheath can defeat the purpose of the condom. Prior art approaches to making condoms safer by reducing the risk of breakage of the sheath walls are described by McEwen, U. McEwen describes reinforcement of a condom by use of a cushioned cap positioned over the upper or closed end portion of the condom. The cushioned cap is cumbersome to manufacture and, in addition, reduces the sensitivity of the condom.