State education specialist Stephen Enriquez has visited schools to share this disturbing practice with parents so they can be aware of what children may be doing, KABBreported.
The "Condom Challenge" is not only gross, it's risky. According to Dr. Bruce Y. Lee, associate professor of International Health at Johns Hopkins, a condom could become stuck in the nasal cavity or throat, and could cause choking.
The trend isn't new - the first example of the condom challenge is from 2012- but it appears to be experiencing a resurgence. A report published in 2004 in the Indian Journal of Chest Diseases and Allied Sciences detailed an "accidental condom inhalation" in which a 27-year-old woman unintentionally sucked a condom down her throat and into her lungs during oral sex.
The challenge is extremely risky and even caught the attention of the American Association of Poison Control Centers, which warned about the risks of social media craze.
"Would it really be worth all that just to get more like and views?" The video has since been removed, but there are still dozens of others showing teenagers accepting the challenge.
There were 39 such reported cases involving teenagers in 2016.
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