if i am in my third day of chlamydia treatment, put on a condom, got refused for sex, tossed the condom and found my son attempting to blow a balloon with it what are the chances of him contracting the infection.
Two things that do not put him at risk. First is the fact that the bacteria that causes chlamydia does not survive in the air once exposed for very long at all (minutes). Secondly, chlamydia is extremely extremely rare to occur in the mouth. So rare that it really is not a concern. Honestly, the bigger worry would be him swallowing and choking on the condom.
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