The average American uses a condom every 30 seconds.
That’s up from a median of 18 seconds in 1990.
But the average condom size has been shrinking since the 1970s, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The condom market is estimated to have reached $6.5 billion in 2015, down from $7.2 billion in 1990, according the CDC.
Condoms with “snug” packaging and “used” packaging are considered the safest and most effective.
In 2016, a new condom was approved by the FDA for use in the United States.
There are currently more than 3.3 billion condoms in use in this country.
The average condom has an average life expectancy of just 3.7 years.
There is also a growing demand for condoms that can be used more often, which is why manufacturers have created “super condom” models that last longer than the average brand.
The most common type of condom is the “standard size” condom, which has an opening that allows the user to insert a small amount of blood.
The standard size condom has a life expectancy between three and six months, according a study published in the British Medical Journal.
A “super” condom has extra features that extend the life of the condom.
For example, a “super size” can be inserted with a needle to prolong the condom’s life, according Fox News.
Condom manufacturers are also using a “fertility device” to keep their condoms from drying out, which can reduce the chance of catching a disease.
There’s also a condom that is more absorbent than an average condom.
That means it can be worn around the penis, vagina and anus, and is more likely to remain on the penis after sex.