Published: Tue, April 03, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

'Condom challenge' is the latest, risky fad among teens

'Condom challenge' is the latest, risky fad among teens

Although the videos of teens attempting this challenge are being removed from social media when they are discovered, more continue to crop up nearly daily.

Texas parents are among those being warned of the craze, with education specialist Stephen Enriquez telling Fox San Antonio: 'Because these days our teens are doing everything for likes, views and subscribers. Because of this, Enriquez has also begun including such trends in his parental guidance.

Some more recent challenges include the Tide pod challenge and the Carolina reaper challenge.

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Bruce Y Lee, an associated professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said: "Even if you manage to successfully pull the condom out through your mouth, inhaling a condom up your nose would be very uncomfortable and potentially quite painful".

There is, of course, an extremely simple solution: please, just don't do it.

The condom snorting challenge comes with a number of health risks, including choking.

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Condoms are usually made of latex rubbery, and are covered in a lubricant or spermicide - which could be unsafe if inhaled or swallowed. "As graphic as it is, we have to show parents because teens are going online looking for challenges and recreating them".

What is the condom challenge?

In one case, a 27 women accidentally inhaled a condom during oral sex and experienced a persistent cough and fever for six months before her doctors identified the source of her problems. It resulted in appendicitis, a condition which is typically caused when a blockage in the appendix's lining leads to infection, causing the organ to swell, according to the Mayo Clinic. "So with these untrained people putting something up the nose, it's highly likely that for every one that you see on social media, there are probably a lot of kids who have tried it and either almost choked or caused bleeding". Participants typically then post a video of the completed challenge to YouTube. If you type condom challenge into YouTube, several videos of young people snorting condoms will show up.

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