can you get chlamydia from sharing dildos

My friend asked me recently if you could get chlamydia from sharing dildos. To be honest, I was baffled. I have been in the sex toy industry for years and this question was a first for me. I had to do some digging to get to the bottom of this one.

From my initial research, it seems that the short answer is no, you cannot get chlamydia from sharing dildos. Of course, this is dependent on some very important factors. First off, if you are going to share a dildo, make sure you clean it properly in between uses. This means using a good quality, non-abrasive cleaner to ensure it is free of bacteria, fungus, and other microorganisms which can lead to infection.

IS 11449: Mechanical coupler for measurement on bone vibrators : Bureau of Indian Standards ...Secondly, you want to make sure your dildo is made from a material that is safe to share. This means no porous materials- like jelly, rubber, or latex- as these can be very difficult to sanitize and can potentially cause an infection. Instead, try sticking to non-porous materials- like silicone or stainless steel- which can both be sterilized and make for a much safer shared experience.

Thirdly, you want to make sure you are using condoms. Condoms are not only a great way to protect yourself from bacteria and STIs, but they also make it much easier to clean and sanitize the dildo. So, if you do end up sharing a dildo with someone, make sure you use condoms.

Finally, it’s always a good idea to get tested regularly just to be safe. Even if you’re not sharing dildos or participating in any other risky behaviors, it’s always important to get yourself tested to make sure you stay healthy.

So, after consulting with some experts, the answer is a resounding no- you cannot get chlamydia from sharing dildos. Though just as with any sexual activity, it’s best to practice safe sex and take appropriate precautions to avoid other risks.

Moving onto the next aspect of this topic, it’s important to bring up the practical side of sharing dildos. As with any shared item, it is important to ensure that it is safe to do so. For example, if it is not properly cleaned and sterilized, then it can become contaminated with bacteria and be a major source of infection. And there are some materials, like jelly or rubber, that should not be shared because these materials can be difficult to sanitize.

It is also important to remember that sharing is not always a practical option. If you think about it, it may not be feasible to share certain types of toys, such as those that require batteries or other types of power sources. There are also toys that may require special care, like those that contain vibrators or are made from precious metals, so sharing these may not be the best idea.

For people who do decide to share a dildo, it is important to make sure it is stored and transported properly. Make sure that the toy does not come into contact with any other surface, such as a table or sink.

I would also suggest that if you do intend to share the dildo, you should speak to your partner beforehand and make sure they are completely on board with the idea. Not everyone is comfortable with the idea of sharing, so it is important to ensure that both parties are comfortable with the idea.

Finally, remember that shared dildos should always be put back in a clean storage bag after each use. This will help to protect them from dust, dirt, and any other foreign particles that could contaminate it and cause an infection.

In conclusion, it seems that if you take proper precautions, you should be able to safely share a dildo with a partner. Just make sure to keep it properly cleaned and sanitized, store it properly, and use condoms whenever possible.