Some common reasons:
Keeping condoms in your wallet, where the condom is constantly subjected to pressure because of the many times you sit on it and it also bends several times disturbing its original shape.
Oral sex….yes you’ve got it…..teeth’s
The condom must have been expired, so check the expiration date
Heat damages condoms, so don’t keep them in a hot place like a closed bag or under your sleeping mattress, the place should airy.
If you are having anal sex, then their will be a lot of friction, not only will it cause pain, but the condom can also break. So use lubricated condom.
Size of the condom makes a big difference if the condom is too small or too large, it can rip, so experiment with different-sized condoms to see what size of condom fits you the best.
Some women’s vaginal muscles are naturally tight, so the condom can rip, to prevent condom breakage, lubrication is a must.
condoms actually break very rarely. Different studies on latex condom breakage tend to reflect a breakage rate of around .4%, or only 4 breaks in every 1,000 uses.
Condoms may rip during use if they don’t fit properly or if they are not put on correctly (such as not leaving enough room at the tip of the condom). They also can tear if there is too much friction and not enough lubrication, or if the condom comes into contact with a person’s nails, rings, piercings, teeth, or other sharp edges.
Proper way to put condom
Don’t put condoms on like you put on a sock or stocking tightly so their is no space at the tip.In case of condoms instead, we need to leave a little bit of room — around a half inch or so, or the width of two fingers, so that’s easier at the tip for ejaculate and so the condom can move around a little bit and your ejaculate can be easily stored at the tip. That makes condoms feel more comfortable, too.