If by 'eating' the condom you mean the condom gets left behind in your vagina after your partner pulls out, there are a few things that could be going on.
1) The condom may be too small for your partner. If he's not getting a snug fit, he needs to get condoms in a smaller size.
2) Your partner needs to pull out as soon as he ejaculates. The longer he waits, the more time his penis has to get flaccid and the condom will no longer fit as it should ... and it's more likely to get left behind.
3) Either you or your partner need to hold onto the base of the condom has he withdraws. This way it's really hard (if not impossible) to leave it behind
(Rather, it may be too LARGE. But hopefully, that was clear in Smurf's reply.)
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