Does penis size influence condom slippage and breakage?

@article{Smith1998DoesPS,
  title={Does penis size influence condom slippage and breakage?},
  author={A. M. A. Smith and D Jolley and J Hocking and Kathryn Benton and John Gerofi},
  journal={International Journal of STD and AIDS},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={444 - 447}
}
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 3658 condoms were used by 184 men of which 1.34 broke and 2.05 slipped off. No significant effect was demonstrated for penile dimensions on the probability of complete condom slippage. However, condom breakage was strongly associated with… 

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