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Why did I wake up with blood in my underwear?

Why did I wake up with blood in my underwear?

Today, I woke up to large spot of blood in my underwear. This wouldn’t be too big a deal if I didn’t have a penis. FML Today, my grandmother and I turned up to a family function wearing the same outfit. FML Today, I got a popcorn kernel stuck in my throat. It was quite irritating so thought I could get it out with my finger.

Why do I have bloodstains in my undergarments?

A: As I understand you are 29 years of age, and have noticed bloodstains in undergarments in morning, without any other symptoms. The condition may result from local conditions like boils, bites or cuts, or you may stain your undergarments with blood carried from your partner after an act of intercourse.

How often do men get blood in their underwear?

This condition is much more common in men and has an increasing prevalence with age, affecting 0.6% of males aged 16 years and rising to 16.7% of men over 70 years of age. 4

Is there something to worry about in your undergarments?

I didn’t see cut or any wound or a blood spot on my body. Is there something to worry about? A: As I understand you are 29 years of age, and have noticed bloodstains in undergarments in morning, without any other symptoms.

Today, I woke up to large spot of blood in my underwear. This wouldn’t be too big a deal if I didn’t have a penis. FML Today, my grandmother and I turned up to a family function wearing the same outfit. FML Today, I got a popcorn kernel stuck in my throat. It was quite irritating so thought I could get it out with my finger.

How old is the man who found blood in his underwear?

A man aged 75 years presented with concerns after finding bright red blood stains in his underwear. This had been occurring intermittently for the past few months, but had intensified over the last week. He reported no clots.

A: As I understand you are 29 years of age, and have noticed bloodstains in undergarments in morning, without any other symptoms. The condition may result from local conditions like boils, bites or cuts, or you may stain your undergarments with blood carried from your partner after an act of intercourse.

This condition is much more common in men and has an increasing prevalence with age, affecting 0.6% of males aged 16 years and rising to 16.7% of men over 70 years of age. 4